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Tate Reeves is from Rankin County and was elected lieutenant governor in 2011. His political career began with his election as treasurer in 2003 at the age of 29. This made him not only the country’s youngest treasurer but also the first Republican to hold the Office in Mississippi.
Reeves proposed the largest single tax cut in Mississippi history, the so-called Taxpayer Pay Raise Act. The 2016 law lowered income tax, allowed independent Mississippians to raise deductions, and eliminated the concession tax.
He is the only candidate for governor who opposes the expansion of Medicaid, which he calls “Obamacare expansion.”
Reeves graduated from Florence High School in 1992 and studied economics at Millsaps College. During his time at Millsaps, he spent a year as a point guard on the Millsaps Majors basketball team and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order.
According to Millsaps, Reeves pursued a career in banking and finance in Jackson, where he became deputy vice president and senior investment analyst at AmSouth. In 2000, Reeves became an investment officer of Trustmark National Bank in Jackson. He and his wife Elee have three daughters, Sarah Tyler, Elizabeth Magee, and Madeline Tate.