“No election official likes voting delays. They like individuals who are not qualified to vote casting a ballot even less. Constitutional rights of the States to determine the voting process is an original cornerstone which should not be removed.”
“In regards to the economy, sustainable employment will be stimulated and supported by individual investment, not foreign debt.”
“As Americans, we must rely on ourselves for education and job creation. They are irretrievably linked.”
About Delbert Hosemann, Secretary of State:
Delbert Hosemann was first elected as Secretary of State in 2007. Since taking office, Secretary Hosemann has worked tirelessly to ensure the integrity of the vote, maximized the return on our 16th Section lands for the benefit of our school children, and reformed Mississippi’s business laws to promote economic growth and create jobs. A true fiscal conservative, Secretary Hosemann has also reduced his budget by over $2-Million dollars since taking office.