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Carlos Moore
Carlos Moore.jpg
Candidate for
Mississippi State Senate District 14
Bachelor'sUniversity of South Alabama
J.D.Florida State University College of Law
Campaign website
Carlos Moore was a 2011 Democratic candidate for District 14 of the Mississippi State Senate.

Moore is the founder and managing attorney of Moore Law Office, PLLC. Previously, he worked as an Assistant City Prosecutor for the City of Grenada from 2002-2006 and for Harlow Law Firm in Grenada, MS.

Moore graduated from the University of South Alabama and the Florida State University College of Law.[1]



See also: Mississippi State Senate elections, 2011

Moore was defeated in the 2011 election for Mississippi Senate District 14. He ran unopposed in the primary on August 2, 2011. Incumbent Lydia Chassaniol ran unopposed in the Republican primary. Chassaniol defeated Moore in the general election on November 8, 2011. [2]

Mississippi State Senate, District 14 General Election, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngLydia Chassaniol Incumbent 63.6% 12,264
     Democratic Carlos Moore 36.4% 7,011
Total Votes 19,275


On his website, Moore highlights the following issues:

  • Economic development
  • Quality education from Pre-K to College
"My top education priorities:
  1. Providing teachers with support - We must value our teachers
  2. Meeting the demands of children - Preparing students for a "New Ecomony"
  3. Fully funding education - Not cents by dollars
  4. Community engagement - It takes all of us
  5. Innovations in teach and learning - Teaching a new age
  • Accessible and affordable healthcare
  • Safe neighborhoods, towns, and cities"[3]


Moore was named the 2007-08 Outstanding Young Lawyer of Mississippi by the Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers Division, and was the first African-American ever to receive the award. In 2010, he received the Meritorious Service Award from the NBA Young Lawyers Division and was named a "Rising Star" in the Mid-South Super Lawyers publication. He and his wife, Natalie, have one daughter.[1]

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