The Neshoba County Fair has released their political speaking lineup for the 2019 fair. Politicians will begin on Tuesday July 30 of the fair, and run through Thursday August 1.

 Tuesday will see a host of local officials from individuals running from Constable to Sheriff. On Wednesday things begin to pick up with candidates running for statewide offices.

Kicking off the morning are several speakers running for the Central Distirct Public Service Commission. Later in the afternoon, just before lunch, you’ll hear from individuals running for Lt. Governor like Jay Hughes, Delbert Hosemann, and Shane Quick. The day then moves on to a round of speeches by those running for Transportation Commissioner.



Thursday brings out the big guns kicking off the morning with speeches by candidates for Governor. Democratic candidates will start off the morning at 8:40 with speeches leading into the republicans closer to 10. The top candidates such as Tate Reeves, Jim Hood and Bill Waller are all grouped together with their speeches beginning just after 10:00 a.m.

The day wraps up speeches with those running for Attorney General.

For races such as the Transportation and Public Service Commission, not all candidates were invited to speak at Neshoba.

Find information on how to attend HERE.