Conservative Republican Les Green vows to apply his experience teaching in DeSoto County public schools, experience serving the community, and experience as a business owner to fight for conservative policies in the Mississippi House of Representatives.
“Because the federal government is encroaching in every facet of our lives, we must operate with a sense of urgency to defend our state’s liberty by working to recruit new industry, promoting a business friendly environment, and protecting local control and autonomy of our classrooms,” Green said.
Green owns his own painting business, is a former Math teacher at Southaven High School and is currently serving as President of Hernando Parks and Recreation Foundation and as a board member of the Unknown Child Foundation/Holocaust Memorial. He also serves on the Governmental Affairs Committee of the DeSoto Economic Council, leader of a weekly youth Bible study, and leader of a young adult mentoring group. Previously he has served in Kairos prison ministry at Parchman State Penitentiary, co-led an inner city bicycle ministry, and was instrumental in the start-up of Orange Mound Outreach Ministries, which serves the children of Orange Mound. He is a past member of the University of Mississippi Alumni Association Board of Directors.
“I’m running for the opportunity to serve you in our Mississippi House of Representatives the same way I’ve been serving you here at home. In addition to my experience as a teacher in our DeSoto County schools and my experience serving in the community, I’ve also owned my own business for the last eleven years. Our freedoms in the classroom, in our homes, and in our businesses are worth fighting for and I am asking for your vote.”
Green, a graduate of the University of Mississippi, is married to his wife Kristi of 20 years and they have three children Caleb, Christian and Elizabeth. They live in the Hernando area.
For more information, contact Les Green at (901)239-1029 and visit www.lesgreenserves.com
Les Green For House 28 Campaign Press Release