Dave Dennis

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Dave Dennis was a Republican candidate for Governor of Mississippi in the 2011 elections. He lost in the primary to Phil Bryant.

Dennis is currently the President of Specialty Contractors & Associates, Inc., a commercial and industrial subcontractor.[1]

Issues

According to his website, Dennis believes in "lower taxes, smaller government and more jobs through a growing sector with a skilled and educated workforce."[1] He describes himself as "pro-life; pro-traditional marriage; and [standing] for all out Constitutional rights."[1]

On his official campaign website, he elaborates his positions on competition, education, eminent domain, energy, gaming, government reform, health care, illegal immigration, insurance, job creation, law enforcement, leadership, life, marriage, principled government, the second amendment, taxes, technology, tort reform, tourism, transportation and infrastructure, unfunded mandates and voter ID.

Elections

2011

Primary

Gubernatorial Republican Primary election
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party James Broadwater 1.2%
     Republican Party ApprovedaPhil Bryant 59.5%
     Republican Party Dave Dennis 25.7%
     Republican Party Hudson Holliday 4.7%
     Republican Party Ron Williams 8.8%
Total Votes 289,788


Personal

Dennis and his wife, Jane, reside in Pass Christian. They have two children.

See also

2011
State Executive elections

KentuckyLouisiana
MississippiWest Virginia

GubernatorialLt. Governor
Attorney GeneralSecretary of State
Down ballot offices: (KY, LA, MS)

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Mississippi gubernatorial election, 2011
Mississippi lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2011
Gubernatorial elections, 2011
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