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Dan Eubanks' Biography

Office:

Contact Information

Basement
Post Office Box 1018
Jackson, MS 39215

Post Office Box 184
Walls, MS 38680

Full Name:

Dan Eubanks

Gender:

Male

Family:

Wife: Corey; 1 Child

Birth Date:

06/11/1970

Birth Place:

Hicksville, OH

Home City:

Walls, MS

Religion:

Christian

Attended, Old Testament Survey, Mid-America Baptist Seminary, 2007-2008

BBA, Finance, University of Arkansas, 1991-1994

Attended, Spanish and International Marketing, Universidad de Autodenoma (Guadalajara, Mexico), 1993

Attended, German, Karl Franzens Universitat (Graz, Austria), 1992

Attended, Northwest Mississippi Community College, 1990-1991

Associate's, Commercial Photography, Kilgore College, 1989-1990

Representative, Mississippi State House of Representatives, District 25, 2015-present

Candidate, Mississippi State House of Representatives, District 25, 2019

Former Member, Agriculture Committee, Mississippi State House of Representatives

Former Member, Banking and Financial Services Committee, Mississippi State House of Representatives

Former Vice Chair, Performance Based Budgeting Committee, Mississippi State House of Representatives

Former Member, Youth and Family Affairs Committee, Mississippi State House of Representatives

Director of Recreation and Local Outreach, Advent Presbyterian Church, present

Pastor/Director of Youth/Young Adult Ministries, Advent Presbyterian Church, 2006-2016

Member, Desoto County Conservative Coalition, present

Member, Desoto County Republican Club, present

Father's Name:

John Eubanks

Favorite Quote:

Matthew 20:25-27 "You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their high officials exercise authority over them. Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant."

Mother's Name:

Ruth Eubanks

Priority Issues:

Dan is a conservative Christian, who believes in fiscal responsibility, limited government, states' rights, education and tax reform, traditional family values, the Right to Life, the protection of our religious and civil liberties, and representative transparency and cooperation.

Reason for Seeking Public Office:

Like an armchair quarterback, most of us are guilty of sitting back and critiquing our government officials with a combined sense of amazement, disgust and often distrust. We wonder where all of the sane, moral, and true servant hearted men and women have gone? The answer - they are busy working their jobs, paying their taxes, raising their children, going to church...and wondering all the while where all the sane, moral, and servant hearted have gone. I have decided it's time for me to stop wondering about the question, and start being a part of the answer.

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