Candidate for Treasurer of the State of Mississippi 

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 7 a. m. - 7 p. m.

Ms. Addie L. Green from Bolton, Mississippi. Mother of three sons and the grandmother of six grandchildren.  She serves the community through various social and civic organizations. Former board member  of Hinds County Resource Agency along with being an former Chair and member of the Alcohol Service Center for thirty years. Ms. Green attended Jackson State University where she majored in Sociology and attended Hinds Junior College, JPS, CDC in floral design and Southern Labor School in Washington, D.C. The founder of local 698 IUE Union, Packard Electric Division of General Motor.- Former Vice President of the Local 698 IUE of the Electrical Worker. Former Alderwoman of Bolton, Ms and former Election Commissioner for the town of Bolton. A member of the Chapel Hill Missionary Baptist Church. Also serves on several boards including: Election Commission of the City of Bolton and Jackson Branch NAACP.  Ms. Green has been a candidate for political office to advance issues which are affecting the elderly and disenfranchised. Worked with Senator Henry J. Kirksey on districting plan registration. In 1983 ran to become the first black woman to the Mississippi House of Representative District 63, Hinds County of the In 1987 ran to become the first black woman Supervisor, District 2, Hinds County to change roads, to get running water and telephone service in Chapel Hill community of Bolton, Ms. In 2007- 2011 ran to lower the high cost of utilities of Public Service Commissioner Central District in twenty -two counties. Starting in 1980- 2011 attended the DNC Convention as a volunteer and delegate. And re-elected to the Executive Board of the State of Mississippi Democratic Party for 2016. Also a delegate to the Philadelphia Convention for Hillary Clinton. Most notable accomplishments for Ms. Green valiant efforts in feeding and caring for needy individuals in rural Hinds County, Mississippi.