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Doug Wright

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Doug Wright
Candidate for
Mississippi State Senate, District 6

Political party Republican
Profession Businessman, Lawyer
Website Campaign Website
Doug Wright was a candidate in the 2011 special election for District 6 of the Mississippi State Senate. Although party affiliation was not listed on the special election ballot, Wright ran as a Republican. The special election took place on January 11, 2011. He was running to the fill the seat vacated by Patrick Nunnelee (R) who was elected to the U.S. House in the November 2, 2010, general election.

Wright operates three medical services companies in Mississippi: Community Living Centers, CLC of Bruce, LTC Pharmacy Solutions and Synchronous Medical Supply. In addition, he is an attorney and a member of the board of directors of the Mississippi Better Business Bureau. He also serves as director on the National Multi-Facility Committee of the American Health Care Association. His married to his wife, Stephanie, and has three children.[1][2]

Campaign themes


Wright's 2011 special election Campaign site describes his political philosophy:

  • "Doug Wright is a conservative Republican who believes that faith and family should be at the forefront—not an afterthought—when it comes to public policy decisions."



See also: State legislative special elections, 2011; Mississippi state legislative special elections, 2011

Wright was defeated by Nancy Adams Collins in the January 11, 2011, special election to Mississippi State Senate District 6.[3]

External links

Suggest a link


  1. (timed out) Campaign Site, "About Doug Wright"
  2. (timed out) Campaign Site, "Saltillo businessman kicks off run for Nunnelee seat," November 201, 2010
  3. Laurel Leader-Call, "Republican Collins sworn in to Mississippi Senate" January 15, 2011