Mike EspyU.S. Senate to represent Mississippi
Mike Espy (D) is a former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and representative of Mississippi’s 2nd district. He was the first Black congressman Mississippi had elected since the post-Civil War Reconstruction era.
Espy is running on a progressive platform pledging reforms to:
- Expand testing and safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
- Invest and develop rural communities by pushing for Medicaid expansion to shore up rural hospitals, and.
- Advocate for funding for public schools, increases in teacher pay, funding for training programs, and expanding federal loan forgiveness
- Expand Medicaid, lower prescription drug prices, support the Affordable Care Act, and provide equal access to mental health and addiction services.
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