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Phil Bryant Newsletter

Phil Bryant Newsletter

By: Magnolia Tribune - May 11, 2007

Phil Bryant Newsletter

Update from the Campaign Trail
Phil Bryant continues traveling the state as the campaign gathers momentum for the next three months leading up to the primary election. Recently, Phil spoke at the Mississippi Credit Union Association’s annual meeting and convention in Biloxi. Phil also attended the “My South” event that celebrated Mississippi’s talented musicians, authors and artists–an event that included several thousand people in attendance.

eVideo Message from Phil – MEMA Headquarters
Watch the latest eVideo Message from Phil Bryant at the MEMA headquarters in Pearl, Mississippi, by clicking here –

USM Alumni in Meridian
Phil Bryant attended the East Central Eagle Club Golf Tournament and Alumni Social in Meridian. It was an opportunity for Phil to visit with fellow alumni of the University of Southern Mississippi as well as USM head football coach Jeff Bower.

Phil Bryant’s DeSoto County Campaign Office
To Open Monday, May 14
Phil Bryant’s campaign office in DeSoto County will hold a grand opening event this coming Monday, May 14 from 5:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. The campaign office is located at 3324 Goodman Road (3 doors down from the Sonic Drive Inn on the North Side of Goodman Road). Everyone is invited to attend this event to help continue building the campaign organization in DeSoto County.

How You Can Help Phil Bryant
If you want to help Phil Bryant in his campaign for Lt. Governor, be sure to go to the website and sign up to contribute or volunteer to help. You can also ‘Tell A Friend’ about Phil Bryant’s campaign to make sure your family and friends are also getting involved in this campaign for Mississippi’s future. Go to the website and find out how you can be in integral part in making the campaign successful in the August 7th primary and the general election in November.

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