Boyce Adams

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Boyce Adams
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Candidate for
Mississippi Public Service Commission, Northern District
PartyRepublican
Education
Bachelor'sVanderbilt University
Personal
ProfessionExecutive/Co-owner of BankTEL Systems
Websites
Campaign website
Boyce Adams was a 2011 Republican candidate for the Northern District of the Mississippi Public Service Commission. Adams is an executive and co-owner of BankTEL Systems, a technology software provider. He previously served as a Presidential Appointee at the Federal Aviation Administration and at the White House under President George W. Bush.[1]
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Education

  • Bachelors in Economics/Political Science, Vanderbilt University
  • Graduate, Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science

Elections

2011

See also: Mississippi down ballot state executive elections, 2011

Adams lost to incumbent Democrat Brandon Presley in the general election on November 8, 2011.

Mississippi Public Service Commission (North/District 3), 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngBrandon Presley Incumbent 55.8% 161,099
     Republican Boyce Adams 44.2% 127,557
Total Votes 288,656


Adams faced Marvin Cox in the Republican primary on August 2, where he easily defeated Cox.

Public Service -- Republican primary results
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Boyce Adams Approveda 65%
     Republican Party Marvin Cox 35%
Total Votes 55,174


Issues

On his 2011 campaign website Adams outlined his four-point vision:[2]

Support pro-growth / business friendly environment of low taxes

  • "Promote and encourage major economic development in North Mississippi - clean and reliable energy, water, and other public utility supplies are fundamental to attracting economic growth"
  • "Advocate for the consumer in order to keep energy costs low and maintain reliable energy sources"
  • "Help Mississippi be a leader on the path to energy independence"

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