- Associated Press - Sunday, March 27, 2016

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - At least 21 lawmakers have been camping on state-owned property at the Mississippi Fairgrounds. They call themselves the “Camper Caucus.” According to members of the group and observations by The Clarion-Ledger the group includes:

Rep. Chris Brown, R-Aberdeen; Rep. Cedric Burnett, D-Tunica; Rep. Charles Busby, R-Pascagoula; Rep. Larry Byrd, R-Petal; Rep. Lester “Bubba” Carpenter, R-Burnsville; Rep. Dana Criswell, R-Olive Branch; Sen. Dennis DeBar Jr., R-Leaksville; Rep. Scott DeLano, R-Biloxi; Rep. Dan Eubanks, R-Walls; Rep. Robert Foster, R-Hernando;

Rep. Jeffrey Guice, R-Ocean Springs; Rep. Jeff Hale, R-Horn Lake; Rep. Ashley Henley, R-Southaven; Rep. Steve Hopkins, R-Southaven; Rep. Jay Hughes, D-Oxford; Rep. Chris Johnson, R-Hattiesburg; Rep. Bill Kinkade, R-Byhalia; Rep. Roun McNeal, R-Leakesville; Rep. Bill Pigott, R-Tylertown; Sen. John Polk, R-Hattiesburg; and Rep. Kenneth Walker, D-Carthage.

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