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The Executive Summary: Where did your state executives go to school? Aug 22, 2013


Edited by Greg Janetka

This edition of The Executive Summary features a look at the educational backgrounds of the current officeholders of the top four state executive official positions - Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and Secretary of State. Meanwhile, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell pledges to finish out his term as those seeking to replace him face controversies of their own, the AFL-CIO releases their potential 2014 targets, and a new Indiana State Auditor takes office. The handful of 2013 elections are in their final months as 2014 battles continue to take shape. And put on your thinking cap as we’ve got a trivia question headed your way.

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Mississippi Government

State executives
GovernorLieutenant GovernorAttorney GeneralSecretary of StateTreasurerState AuditorSuperintendent of EducationCommissioner of InsuranceCommissioner of Agriculture and CommerceExecutive Director of Environmental QualityExecutive Director of Employment SecurityChairman of Public Service Commission

State legislature
State LegislatureHouse of RepresentativesSenate

Other
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Mississippi Counties
AdamsAlcornAmiteAttalaBentonBolivarCalhounCarrollChickasawChoctawClaiborneClarkeClayCoahomaCopiahCovingtonDeSotoForrestFranklinGeorgeGreeneGrenadaHancockHarrisonHindsHolmesHumphreysIssaquenaItawambaJacksonJasperJeffersonJefferson DavisJonesKemperLafayetteLamarLauderdaleLawrenceLeakeLeeLefloreLincolnLowndesMadisonMarionMarshallMonroeMontgomeryNeshobaNewtonNoxubeeOktibbehaPanolaPearl RiverPerryPikePontotocPrentissQuitmanRankinScottSharkeySimpsonSmithStoneSunflowerTallahatchieTateTippahTishomingoTunicaUnionWalthallWarrenWashingtonWayneWebsterWilkinsonWinstonYalobushaYazoo

Voting and elections

Laws and history

Media and activism


Mississippians can vote on...

Statutes from citizens
Prohibited
Vetoing legislation by referendum
Prohibited
Recalling officials
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