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Mississippi Personhood Amendment Will Be on November 2011 Ballot!

The Mississippi Personhood Amendment is on the ballot for November 2011, thanks to a good ruling yesterday by Hinds County Circuit Judge Malcolm Harrison. Judge Harrison is running for re-election and is on the ballot himself -- for this coming Tuesday, November 2, 2010. He is opposed by Bill Gowan, a crony of Hinds County Sheriff Malcolm McMillin.

A campaign website could not be found for Judge Harrison, but here is a link to his biography:

http://www.co.hinds.ms.us/pgs/Circuit/Harrisonbio.asp

Mr. Gowan's campaign website can be found here:

http://www.gowanforjudge.com/tp40/Default.asp?ID=243243

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