JACKSON, MS — The Mississippi Association of Educators announces its endorsement of Tracey Rosebud as the candidate most likely to support public education as State Representative from House District 30.
Mr. Rosebud was interviewed by local Mississippi Association of Educators members and has been determined to have a solid grasp on the needs of the public schools in the State of Mississippi.
“We are pleased to do everything we can to help Mr. Rosebud’s campaign,” said Joyce Helmick, MAE President. “It is essential that individuals like Mr. Rosebud, a strong supporter of public school students and educators, represent their communities at our State Capitol.”
Ms. Helmick said, “We are focused on strengthening Mississippi’s public schools, and we believe it is imperative that those who propose to represent Mississippians should do the same.”
The Rosebud campaign stands in stark contrast to that of his opponent whose central theme is as a strong advocate for charter schools funded by taxpayer moneys.
The State Representative run-off campaign is set for Tuesday, May 29. District 30 covers portions of Bolivar, Tallahatchie, Quitman, and Sunflower Counties and was previously represented by Rep. Robert Huddleston who resigned during the recent legislative session.