Senate District 31: Mike Marlow

“I strongly believe and know that the success of our children and our great state starts by providing a quality education for all of our children. With a quality education, our children can achieve success and move our state forward toward economic success and stability. It’s time we stand up for our children, make the investment and fully fund our public education system.





Born in Lauderdale County, Mike Marlow is a product of Meridian Public Schools, having graduated from Lamar High School. He obtained his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification at Meridian Community College and graduated from the Mississippi State Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer program.

Coming from a law enforcement family, Marlow has spent a lifetime of service to his community, working or volunteering as a firefighter/EMT for more than 25 years. He was a delegate to the National Homeland Security Congress in Washington, D.C., currently serves on the board of the Scott County Emergency Planning Committee and is the Emergency Management Agency director of Scott County.

Marlow spent a decade in the manufacturing business as a division manager at Peavey Electronics and has been a small-business owner for 25 years.

A public school advocate, Marlow has served as a substitute teacher in Lauderdale County, and he sent his two children to public schools.


Counties represented: Lauderdale, Newton and Scott counties

School Districts represented: Forest Municipal School District, Lauderdale County School District, Newton County School District, Scott County School District

Key Election Date: November 5, 2019, General



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