Jim Hood Stumps in Greenville

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Democratic gubernatorial nominee and state attorney general Jim Hood has outlined an ambitious program to increase spending on Mississippi. Speaking in Greenville Tuesday Hood said he wants to expand the state-funded preschool program, boost teacher salaries and pay the full tab called for by Mississippi’s education funding formula. The Republican nominee, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, has said Hood’s increased spending plans, over $500 million a year, are unrealistic without tax increases.


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