21-Year-Old College Student Is About To Become The Youngest Member Of The Mississippi House

· December 16, 2013


Tulane University senior Jeramey Anderson turns 22 on Friday — the same day he will be sworn into the Mississippi House of Representatives, making him the youngest member of the legislative body.The Tulane student won the seat after a general election against the candidate backed by the local Democratic Party, even though Anderson had led the Democratic primary. Anderson took 60% of the vote in Tuesday’s election, the Sun Herald reports.

According to the Associated Press, Anderson is studying homeland security and public relations at Tulane, and has made arraignments with the school’s dean to continue his education online when the House is in session.


Anderson told the Sun Herald that he believes education is the most important issue he’ll face.


“We focus too highly on standardized testing .. We teach students to memorize the answers to specific questions and ideas, but what we don’t teach them is how is they got those answers. We need to get back to the foundation of understanding why things are what they are,” he said.


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Discussion4 Comments

  1. Murder says:

    Go head bro

  2. Brgeneral22 says:

    That is outstanding we can do anything if we put our minds 2 it. n congrats 2 him on his well deserved success.

  3. BzB says:

    word. looks like he has his head on straight and understands the importance of being involved. hope he can steer clear of the corruption.

  4. This is what I’m talking about!! Power moves!!

    Just too bad he’s going to be called “coon” by @moortrannies and his followers.

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