Candidate Maker Steps From Shadows To Run For House

MISSISSIPPI (Ben Caxton) — A Mississippi state lawmaker who has pushed women to run for office is entering a congressional race herself. Sally Doty says she wants to balance the federal budget and help President Trump reduce government regulations. The Brookhaven attorney is the fourth Republican to file qualifying papers to run in central Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District. She joins district attorney Michael Guest of Brandon, businessmen Whit Hughes of Madison, and Perry Parker of Seminary in the race to fill the seat occupied by Gregg Harper since 2008. Harper is not running this year. The candidate’s filing deadline is March 1 and party primaries will be held in June.



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