REPRESENTING MADISON COUNTY’S CONSERVATIVE VALUES

Cory Wilson is one of Mississippi's Republican "Emerging Leaders." He's a "Business Champion" rated "A" for jobs and growth.
Cory works hard for us, with integrity and conservative principles.

Priority: Economic Growth

Cory Wilson is a "Business Champion" for jobs and growth. Cory is working hard to set the stage for economic growth and high-paying jobs.

Priority: Improving Education

Cory Wilson stands up for Madison Public Schools.
Cory also supports education reforms that strengthen accountability and results for our kids.

Priority:
Better Roads and Bridges

Cory supports improving the infrastructure our economy needs to keep moving, while increasing government accountability and efficiency.

Priority: Quality of Life

Cory supports measures that protect our quality of life. Cory is pro-life and pro-Second Amendment. He works hard to enhance our communities.

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FOR MADISON COUNTY’S NEW HOUSE SEAT, A STRONG CONSERVATIVE VOICE

Working For Our Priorities

Growing Our Economy

  • Keep taxes and government spending low
  • Oppose job-killing regulations
  • Grow businesses and jobs, not government
  • Prioritize infrastructure to sustain growth

Strengthening Education

  • Strong support for Madison Public Schools
  • Teach more, test less
  • Reforms that empower parents, teachers, and students

Protecting Quality of Life

  • Stand with law enforcement to protect our neighborhoods
  • Support individual gun rights
  • Protect life, family, and faith
  • Working hard to enhance our communities

 

 

 

 

 

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