Brandon Presley discusses Jackson’s water crisis

Northern District Utilities Commissioner Brandon Presley, who was closely involved in discussions on a long-term solution to Jackson’s water crisis, discussed several options and what might or might not work. He also discussed the importance of leadership in the next three months, before the start of the legislative session and the 2023 election cycle.

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Adam Ganucheau, as editor-in-chief of Mississippi Today, oversees the editorial team and works with the editorial team to fulfill our mission to produce high-quality journalism in the public interest. Adam has been involved in politics and state government for Mississippi Today since February 2016. A Hazlehurst native, Adam has served as a reporter for AL.com, The Birmingham News and The Clarion-Ledger and his work has appeared in the New York Times, The Washington Post and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Adam received his BA in Journalism from the University of Mississippi.

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Geoff Pender is a senior political journalist, working closely with the Mississippi Today leadership on editorial strategy and investigations. Pender brings 30 years of political and government journalism experience to Mississippi Today. He was a political and investigative editor at Clarion Ledger, where he also wrote a popular political column. He previously worked as an investigative reporter and political editor at the Sun Herald, where he was a member of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Originally from Florence, Mississippi, Pender graduated with a BA in Journalism from the University of Southern Mississippi and has received numerous awards throughout his career for reporting, columns and freedom of information efforts.

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