Presley Campaign unveils policy positions during Coast visit

The man looking to unseat Governor Tate Reeves in this year’s gubernatorial election made a stop in Gulfport earlier this morning.

It’s all part of Brandon Presley’s ‘War on Corruption’ plan as he begins his campaign and releases his policy stances to the public.

Presley unveiled that plan this morning outside the Harrison County Courthouse.

The second blank of Brandon’s ‘War of Corruption Plan’ includes hiring an independent investigator appointed by the ethics commission and creating a task force on public integrity.

Presley wanted to hold a press conference on the Coast because he believes residents can benefit ‘War on Corruption.’ “The Gulf Coast could benefit tremendously from a war on corruption in state government because we’ve seen thing while maybe not be corrupt, but definitely have been things that I think concern people on the Coast. Where BP oil spill dollars have been sent to pay for pet projects throughout the state when the Mississippi Gulf Coast was the region most affected by the BP oil spill.”

Presley is the only Democratic candidate in the race and he’s looking to be the first Democrat to win the Governor’s mansion since Ronnie Musgrove in 2000.

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