GREENWOOD, Miss. (WJTV) -Attorney General Jim Hood, democratic governor nominee, rallies in Greenwood a day before the primary general elections.
Hood is running against the Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, Independent candidate David Singletary and Bob Hickingbottom with the Constitution party.
He said he said he is feeling good about tomorrow.
“I’m confident we’re going to be able to get things done and move our state forward, because this is a crucial election,” Hood said. “If we don’t change what we’re doing then our kids will never catch up this century and that is a legacy I don’t want us to leave.”
Hood reminded us that there are three main things he would like to address while he is in office: roads, hospitals and education.
He said that after 16 years of serving the State of Mississippi faithfully, he hopes he will have the chance to continue to do so at a higher level.