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“Like you, I have been affected personally by government bureaucracy and know things must change. As your mayor, we will help turn our city around and begin the process of rebuilding this city as it was years ago. Pascagoula will be more business friendly and dedicated to supporting new generations of residents. I personally ask for your vote.“  -Dane Maxwell

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Dane Maxwell announces campaign for Pascagoula Mayor

Pascagoula – Pascagoula native, Dane Maxwell, 52, announces his campaign for Pascagoula Mayor in the Republican Primary. Maxwell graduated from Pascagoula High School in 1981, worked at Ingalls Shipbuilding as an Outside Machinist Apprentice and attended Jackson County Junior College. Maxwell served in the US Marine corps, served 20 years in law enforcement and created several successful businesses.

Maxwell said, “after talking with my family and friends, I have decided to run for Mayor of my hometown. I have been successful in business by creating several companies and I co-founded a successful business in Pascagoula with my brother which still operates here today.”

Maxwell’s experience in managing government agencies and creating jobs in the private sector uniquely qualifies him for the position of Mayor. “I have been affected personally by government bureaucracy, understand tax burdens on businesses and I’ve signed paychecks for employees. Driving around town and seeing vacant buildings, empty lots and hundreds of houses for sale, I feel strongly my experience will help turn Pascagoula around and begin the process of rebuilding our city as it was years ago. Today we begin the new journey together where we become business friendly, where great customer service and respect from our public employees will be demanded and where our city officials will focus on ways to encourage new businesses by removing the unnecessary obstacles for new businesses. Not only do we as leaders have to make the city appealing, we have to make sure we support new families who want to raise their children here and older families who want to come here to retire.”

Maxwell is the son of former Mayor, Robbie Maxwell. Maxwell is married to Biloxi native Donna Brockmeyer Maxwell and they have 3 girls. For more information on the campaign, please visit www.danemaxwellformayor.com. The Republican Primary is on May 2nd.

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Looking forward to seeing you all this evening.

Join Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and Myself along with friends and collegues in support of Dane Maxwell for Mayor of Pascagoula tonight February 23, 2017 from 5:00pm-7:00pm and learn more about our plan to drive the city of Pascagoula toward a more prosperous tomorrow.

Where:
Home of Jan and Kenny Clark
2415 Beach Blvd.
Pascagoula, MS, 39567

All funds will go to benefit
Dane Maxwell for Mayor of Pascagoula.

Gold Sponsor: $2500
Sponsor: $1000
Co-Sponsor: $500
Host: $100
Attend: $50 per person

Light Hors D'oeuvres and Refreshments provided.

For more information please contact:
Samantha Hebert @ (228)334-2229 or
Justin Skinner @ (228)313-5828
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Dane Maxwell for Mayor Reception with special guest Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann

February 23, 2017, 5:00pm - February 23, 2017, 7:00pm

Join Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann along with friends and collegues in support of Dane Maxwell for Mayor of Pascagoula on February 23, 2017 from 5:00pm-7:00pm and learn about Dane's plan to drive our city of Pascagoula towards a more prosperous tomorrow. Home of Jan and Kenny Clark 2415 Beach Blvd. Pascagoula, MS, 39567 All funds will go to benefit Dane Maxwell for Mayor of Pascagoula. Gold Sponsor: $2500 Sponsor: $1000 Co-Sponsor: $500 Host: $100 Attend: $50 per person Light Hors D'oeuvres and Refreshments provided. For more information please contact: Samantha Hebert @ (228)334-2229 or Justin Skinner @ (228)313-5828

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Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Fayard for your support! ...

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Today is my daddy, Robbie Maxwell's, birthday, and I like so many others am missing him and wishing he was here. Daddy loved Mississippi and the City of Pascagoula in particular. He was born to be a public servant.

At the age of fourteen he joined the National Guard, of course they found out his age eventually and sent him home to finish school. He graduated from Pascagoula High School and then again joined the armed services, this time the Army, at the age of seventeen. In 1959 he finished his military service, came home, and became an officer of the Pascagoula Police Department. As part of the newly formed traffic division he survived a near fatal crash on his motorcycle in 1961. That crash almost killed him but after months of recovery he was right back on that bike riding the streets of Pascagoula and serving the city that he loved to call home. Over the course of a twenty four year career with the Pascagoula PD he rose in the ranks before becoming a Jackson County Youth Court Administrator. He then went to work for a young man named Trent Lott.

Years later, when Congressman Trent Lott became Senator Trent Lott, daddy went to work in Jackson and Washington, still fighting for the people of Pascagoula and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He served as Sergeant at Arms of the U.S. Senate until he was appointed as the National Director of the Police Corps by President George W. Bush. Daddy had already lived what some might call more than one life of service to his country by the time he retired and ran for mayor of Pascagoula.

He loved Pascagoula more than any other place in the world and had he not gotten sick during his term he would have continued to serve this city till the day he died. On November 6, 2015 God called daddy home and though he is missed dearly we can all look back at the legacy he left and be proud of the love he had for this beautiful place and the hard work he put in to try and make every life lived in Pascagoula a good one.
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Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Hazlett for your support! Make Pascagoula Greater. ...

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It was good to see so many fellow citizens attending tonight's city council meeting. Community involvement isn't just important, it is essential in order to move Pascagoula toward a better tomorrow for all. I hope to see even more of you at next month's meeting. ...

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