For the past four years, I have proudly served as your Representative in our State Capitol.
During this time, I have worked hard to bring industry to our area and have been named a Champion of Business and Industry. I’ve fought for better roads and to fully fund our public schools.
I’ve stood in the well of the House and successfully urged my colleagues to vote for bills that protect innocent children. I’ve been a solid supporter of our right to bear arms. I’ve worked for better funding and resources for our first responders. And, I was honored to be appointed to eight committees, each of which has an important role to play in state government.
A proud graduate of Alcorn Central High School, I received my undergraduate degree from Ole Miss and my juris doctor from Mississippi College School of Law.
I am the proud husband of the former Lesley Lewis, the librarian at Corinth High School, who is the wonderful mother of our three children. My parents are Tommy and Patricia Bain, and my grandparents were the late Thurston and Louise Woodruff Bain and the late Ed and Mary Ellen Simmons, all of Alcorn County.
My family and I are active members of Oakland Baptist Church where I serve as a deacon. I am a member of the Rotary Club, The Alliance, the NRA and the Second Amendment Foundation.
I am a lawyer in private practice in Corinth where we also own a small business.
As an attorney, I have made it my goal to represent my clients to the very best of my ability. Being a lawyer means that we often see people in the saddest, most stressful times of their lives. I consider it an honor to help the hurting find peace and regain their footing in life.
As co-owner of Golden Blessings Adult Daycare, I am proud to help our clients live life to the fullest as long as they are able.
2012-present, District 2 House Representative
Mississippi College School of Law
University of Mississippi
Alcorn Central High School
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