Public service runs in Bryant Clark’s family – his father was the first black lawmaker elected in Mississippi since Reconstruction. Bryant has served in the Mississippi House since 2004 and has been a leader throughout his tenure, including serving on committees ranging from Judiciary, Transportation, and Water & Conservation.
- Trial attorney with experience in civil litigation at both the state and federal level
- Advocate for meaningful criminal justice reform that puts local communities over private prisons
- Fighting for progress for all Mississippians