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Vote for David Sellers for the U.S. House of Representatives

A Local and Trustworthy Voice for Change

David Sellers is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District. The son of two government employees, David is a born-and-raised Mississippian. Since earning his degree in theology from Emory University, David has dedicated his life to providing spiritual guidance for people in recovery from addiction, trauma, and other mental health ailments. With first-hand experience working with community members, Rev. David Sellers understands the issues that voters are facing and will work to ensure equality for them. He currently resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, children, and father-in-law.

On the Issues
Community Resources
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On the Issues

As an involved member of the community, Rev. David Sellers understands the issues that residents throughout Mississippi are facing. Together, we can help improve the livelihood of everyone by focusing on improvements to our labor force and justice system. As Mississippi voters throughout the state prepare to fight for equality, they need a knowledgeable and passionate leader to represent them. Rev. David Sellers is prepared to fight for the members of the community on these essential issues. With your help, we can make a positive impact on voters in Mississippi.

Community Resources

We believe in providing voters with the resources they need to make informed decisions. We have compiled reliable resources for voters, teachers, and parents to learn more about some of the most important issues facing our community, including housing, healthcare, labor, and more. Visit our resources page to learn more about these issues.