We endorse

Shameca Collins

for Sixth Judicial District Attorney of Mississippi

WE WON! Join us in congratulating Shameca Collins on being elected District Attorney for the sixth judicial district of Mississippi. Thank you to everyone who voted to transform Mississippi’s criminal justice system and tothe Color Of Change PAC members for sending nearly 7,000 text messages to Black voters in Natchez. The outcome of this race will have a profound impact on the lives of Black people in Adams, Amite, Franklin, and Wilkinson Counties, and we look forward to a more just and equitable Mississippi as a result.

Color Of Change PAC is proud to have endorsed Shameca Collins for Sixth Judicial District Attorney of Mississippi.

Shameca Collins is currently the Natchez City prosecutor and is committed to restoring integrity to the Sixth Judicial District Attorney’s office.

As District Attorney, Collins will:

  • ​Stand up to police misconduct
  • Treat addiction as a medical issue
  • Treat victims with respect and sensitivity
  • Ensure that the law applies equally to all residents
  • Create alternatives to incarceration for people convicted of non-violent offenses
When to Vote

Election Day

Election Day is August 6th, 2019. Polls are open 7:00am - 7:00pm.

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