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Hillary for America Visited Across Mississippi For Day of Action

Jackson, MS – Ahead of the upcoming March 8th Democratic presidential primary, Hillary for Mississippi hosted a Day of Action on Sunday with grassroots organizing activities around the state. The Day of Action took place with hundreds of people at almost 20 churches across the state. Sunday’s events were a part of Hillary for America’s National Day of Action. These events gave Hillary supporters a chance to engage with their friends and neighbors to discuss what’s at stake in this election and why Hillary Clinton is the best candidate to break down barriers facing everyday Mississippians.

Day of Action events:

Church Visit with Representative Alyce Clarke

WHERE: Mount Nebo, Jackson, MS

Church Visit with Senator Sollie Norwood

WHERE: New Hope Baptist Church, Jackson, MS

Church Visit with Senator John Horhn

WHERE: White Oak Missionary Baptist, Jackson, MS

Church Visit with Senator Sollie Norwood

WHERE: Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Jackson, MS

Church Visit with Councilman Tillman

WHERE: Mount Nebo Baptist Church, Jackson, MS

Church Visit with Representative Orlando Paden

WHERE: St. James Temple COGIC, Clarksdale, MS

Church Visit with Representative Holloway

WHERE: Saint Peter Church of Christ Holiness, Hazlehurst, MS

Church Visit with Senator Albert Butler

WHERE: First Baptist Church, Port Gibson, MS

Church Visit with Senator Tammy Witherspoon

WHERE: Union Baptist Church, Magnolia, MS

Church Visit with Senator Debbie Dawkins

WHERE: First Missionary Baptist Church, Pass Christian, MS

Church Visit with Representative Linda Coleman

WHERE: Pleasant Green Church, Mound Bayou, MS

Church Visit with Senator Derrick Simmons

WHERE: Greater Springfield Baptist Church, Greenville, MS

Church Visit with Senator David Jordan

WHERE: Greater Turner Chapel AME, Greenwood, MS

Church Visit with Representative Sara Thomas

WHERE: Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Indianola, MS

Black History Program with Senator Derrick Simmons

WHERE: First United Methodist, Indianola, MS

Black History Program with Senator David Jordan

WHERE: Greater Turner Chapel AME, Greenwood, MS

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