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Reed Branson navigates the intricacies of the legislative process for clients that are improving healthcare, education, and the state’s economy. He works with the expert team at Capitol Resources, Mississippi’s leading government affairs firm.
Branson is a talented legislative strategist and writer, and he excels at message development. His policy depth and expertise ranges from emergency and trauma care to crisis communications to manufacturing and mission-driven non-profits.
For the first half of his career, Branson was a newspaper reporter and, combined with his lobbying career, has experience spanning the terms of six governors, six lieutenant governors, three speakers, and an ever-changing legislative body. He volunteers on the boards of the Andrew Jackson Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the Mississippi Council on Economic Education.