House District 30: Tracey Rosebud

"Public education is the foundation to a strong future. I believe that if we fully funded public education then we would have a more productive workforce and a greater state." 





Representative Tracey Rosebud, a Tallahatchie County native, graduated from West Tallahatchie High School in 1994. Currently a small business owner, he worked as the Electrical Distribution department head at Clarksdale Public Utilities. His background also includes experience in the medical field as an EMT and a full-time substitute teacher in the local public schools. These experiences have given him a broad understanding of the needs across House District 30.

A recipient of the Harriet Tubman Award for Community Service, Rosebud is currently involved in several organizations in the community of Tutwiler, where he lives, serving as the chair of the Tallahatchie County Library and an executive board member for the Aaron Henry Community Health Center. He is also the vice chair of the Tri-County Workforce Alliance in Clarksdale, which was named nonprofit of the year by the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi.

In addition to his passion for public education, Rosebud’s priorities include ensuring that state employees remain under the state personnel board and protecting the safety and security of elderly citizens who may be more vulnerable to crime.


Counties represented: Tallahatchie, Sunflower, Bolivar, Quitman

School Districts represented: Cleveland School District, Quitman County School District, Sunflower County School District, West Bolivar School District, West Tallahatchie School District

Endorsed: 2018, 2019