With the 2022 Congressional Midterm Primaries in Mississippi set for Tuesday, SuperTalk Mississippi offered every candidate the chance to come on air and share their platform.
Here are the full interviews with the candidates from District 4:
Carl Boyanton (R)
Raymond N. Brooks (R)
Mike Ezell (R)
Steven M. Palazzo (R)
Kidron Peterson (R)
Clay Wagner (R)
Brice Wiggins (R)
Johnny L. Dupree (D)
Dupree declined the opportunity to interview. For context, Dupree is a previous candidate for governor and secretary of state. He was also mayor of Hattiesburg from 2001 to 2017 and is running “to ensure that every Mississippian has a fair shot at the American Dream, to rebuild our economy, make government more accessible as well as more accountable to the people of our state.”
David Sellers (D)
Sellers did not respond to the opportunity to interview. Sellers is a Hattiesburg associate pastor at Parkway Heights and the spiritual director of Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services, David Sellers is running on a platform that supports increasing the minimum wage, equal pay, paid leave, and supporting police. Sellers also supports increasing awareness on mental health and the impact it has on drug addiction in the state.
Alden Patrick Johnson (LP)
NOTE: The ordering above begins with the party of the incumbent, going in alphabetical order from there.