SPEAK TO SENATOR MCMAHAN

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SENATOR MCMAHAN

Chad McMahan is serving as a Republican member of the Mississippi State Senate for District 6, which includes parts of Itawamba and Lee counties. He is a businessman and politician, but first and foremost– he is a Mississippian. 

Senator Chad McMahan represents his district boldly and passionately. He is committed to being the voice of his constituents and to make sure their concerns are heard in the capitol. North Mississippi is a driving force behind economic growth in the state, and Chad intends to make sure there is a better power balance between North MS and Jackson. 

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Enjoyed having US Senator Cindy Hyde Smith in Tupelo this evening at Steel's Dive.
Congratulations to Colonel Kelly Mims and his family on the announcement of his retirement and on his promotion to Mississippi Brigadier General. Thankful for General Trent Kelly's recommendation to Governor Reeves for the promotion of Colonel Mims to Brigadier General. Appreciate your 30 years of service to this state and nation.
Wishing all of the school children, parents, and teachers a safe and prosperous school year.
Enjoyed receiving a legislative update from from Washington DC by Congressman Trent Kelly at the monthly Lee County Republican Women's group.
The Chickasaw Heritage Center is going to become a reality in Tupelo. This is a great example of a public/ private partnership. This will be the first of its kind on the Historic Chickasaw Ancestry Lands of North Mississippi.
Lee County School Board Representative Pam Tharp and I toured Mooresville Elementary School this morning. The school building looks great; It's been cleaned, decorated, and is ready to serve and educate the children. I wish all of the parents, students, and teachers, a safe and prosperous school year.
Residents and students of Mooreville School campuses are going to find a big improvement this year. A new 2 lane access point has been built to serve the estimated 250 cars a day at the elementary campus. This is going to be a huge improvement and take some traffic pressure off of road 1409. This was made possible by the work of Supervisor Billy Joe Holland, Lee County School board members including Pam Tharp and Ronnie Bell, and Superintendent Coke Mcgee.
Enjoyed having constituents in the Capitol yesterday. This type of meeting helps me learn about the needs and concerns of our region, and allows me to work on legislation to help in the areas of interest. Value and appreciate the work of Aiming for Healthy Families Inc. as they program and teach abstinence education in our public schools. Thank you Tracy Barber (Lee Co.) and Jerry Lambert (Alcorn County) for your work and commitment to our families and schools.
Attended the CDF Business RoundTable, sponsored by Exceed Technologies, Jesse Bandre. I'm so proud of the continued economic growth and opening of new businesses in our region. Business Roundtable allows new and existing businesses to present their goods and services. Attending these types of events allows me to hear from entrepreneurs and small business owners about their needs and concerns; Extremely informative.
Appreciate the work of the Lee County Mississippi Chapter of the Friends of the NRA. If you value your 2nd Amendment Right, join us at this event to promote and celebrate the 2nd Amendment. Family friendly and Pro-American environment.

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