David McRae is the most qualified candidate to be Mississippi’s next Treasurer.

McRae comes from a long line of prominent Jackson businessmen, part of a family that has given back generously to our state — and you may never know because the McRae’s don’t brag. That’s David McRae, humble, competent, committed.

The 39-year-old McRae has proven himself managing the McRae family finances. He’s not climbing the political ladder. He simply wants to serve as State Treasurer, or better, the state’s investor.

McRae is a hard worker, hitting the trail before anyone, campaigning relentlessly all over our state.

McRae also campaigned relentlessly four years ago nearly defeating incumbent Treasurer Lynn Fitch with an unprecedented 45 percent as a first-time statewide office seeker.

Fitch has moved on to greener pastures as a candidate for Attorney General (where she’s infinitely unqualified) leaving the seat open and McRae with the support of Gov. Phil Bryant and other leading conservatives.

On Aug. 6, vote David McRae Republican nominee for State Treasurer.

• For Attorney General — Mark Baker has the skills and experience to serve as Mississippi’s next Attorney General in a tight primary. Baker has 30 years of courtroom experience as a prosecutor and judge. He was first elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives in 2004.

Baker has an impeccable reputation and can be expected to make solid decisions through the lens of his conservative values and experiences.

Vote Mark Baker GOP nominee for Attorney General on Aug. 6.

Jill Ford for State Representative — Jill Ford and Johnny Black are running for the open District 73 seat and Black, on a radio talk show, brought up school consolidation — a local issue that would make some communities better — and shot his leg off suggesting Madison County and Canton should be combined. His campaign also sent out a nasty mailer suggesting wrongly Ford is anti-Trump and so on. Dirty. Vote Jill Ford for State Representative District 73.