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Mike Ezell

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Websitehttps://www.mikeezell.ms/

Republican Mike Ezell is ready to serve South Mississippi as our next U.S. Congressman

Sheriff Mike Ezell grew up in Pascagoula, where his father, S.H. “Buck” Ezell, served on the police force. After graduating from Pascagoula High School, Mike Ezell began his law enforcement career with the Pascagoula Police Department, working his way up the ranks to Captain of Detectives before becoming Chief of Police for the City of Ocean Springs.

While serving full time as a police officer, Ezell attended night school to obtain his degree in criminal justice from the University of Southern Mississippi. He also graduated from the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy and the FBI National Academy, and later worked with the FBI on their Safe Streets Task Force.

Ezell was first elected as Jackson County Sheriff in a 2014 special election and was re-elected to the position with 82% of the vote in 2015. In 2019, he became the first Sheriff in Jackson County history to win re-election unopposed. He is an active member of the Jackson County Republican Club and the Mississippi Sheriff Association.

Sheriff Ezell and his wife, Suzette, live in Pascagoula and are active members of First Baptist Church of Pascagoula. They have one daughter, Amy Ezell Dennis, a teacher in Rankin County, son-in-law Coby, and granddaughter Sydney.


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Vanguard   

Mike Ezell

StateMississippi
District04
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://www.mikeezell.ms/

Republican Mike Ezell is ready to serve South Mississippi as our next U.S. Congressman

Sheriff Mike Ezell grew up in Pascagoula, where his father, S.H. “Buck” Ezell, served on the police force. After graduating from Pascagoula High School, Mike Ezell began his law enforcement career with the Pascagoula Police Department, working his way up the ranks to Captain of Detectives before becoming Chief of Police for the City of Ocean Springs.

While serving full time as a police officer, Ezell attended night school to obtain his degree in criminal justice from the University of Southern Mississippi. He also graduated from the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy and the FBI National Academy, and later worked with the FBI on their Safe Streets Task Force.

Ezell was first elected as Jackson County Sheriff in a 2014 special election and was re-elected to the position with 82% of the vote in 2015. In 2019, he became the first Sheriff in Jackson County history to win re-election unopposed. He is an active member of the Jackson County Republican Club and the Mississippi Sheriff Association.

Sheriff Ezell and his wife, Suzette, live in Pascagoula and are active members of First Baptist Church of Pascagoula. They have one daughter, Amy Ezell Dennis, a teacher in Rankin County, son-in-law Coby, and granddaughter Sydney.


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