A Democratic candidate for Mississippi Secretary of State made a campaign stop in Meridian on Tuesday.
John Windsor is an Alcorn County native and has worked as an investment adviser and school teacher in Yalobusha County.
He has a bachelor's degree in political science and a law degree from Mississippi College. Windsor recently served as an assistant attorney general under Jim Hood.
"I'm running for Secretary of State because I believe we need to have clean elections," Windsor said. "I believe when we have clean elections, when we protect the right for every citizen to vote, when we make sure every vote cast is counted and the election results and process has integrity."
Windsor also said, as secretary of state, he would work to make sure education in the state is fully funded.
Also running for Mississippi Secretary of State: Democrats Jabari Toins and Rob Smith, and Republicans, Delbert Hosemann, Gene Sills, Mike Lott and Jeffrey Rupp.
The party primaries are Aug. 7.
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