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Rep. Bennie Thompson (D)

Bennie Thompson Contact
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DC Contact Information

Phone: 202-225-5876

Address: 2466 RHOB, DC 20515

State Office Contact Information

Phone: (601) 866-9003

Address: 107 West Madison Street, Bolton MS 39041-3208

Greenville MS

Phone: (662) 335-9003

Fax: (662) 334-1304

Address: 910 Courthouse Lane, Greenville MS 38701-3764

Jackson MS

Phone: (601) 946-9003

Fax: (601) 982-5337

Address: 3607 Medgar Evers Boulevard, Jackson MS 39213-6364

West Greenwood MS

Phone: (662) 455-9003

Fax: (662) 453-0118

Address: 509 US Highway 82 West, West Greenwood MS 38930-5030

Marks MS

Phone: (662) 326-9003

Address: 263 East Main Street, Marks MS 38646-1319

Mound Bayou MS

Phone: (662) 741-9003

Fax: (662) 741-9002

Address: 106 West Green Avenue, Mound Bayou MS 38762-9594

Bennie Thompson Staff
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Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jamison, Sandra
Field Representative; Caseworker
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Adams, Geri
Field Representative; Caseworker
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Beale, Ashley
Field Representative; Caseworker
Booker, Stephanie
Field Representative; Caseworker
Brooks, Daphene
Staff Assistant; Legislative Correspondent
Cowan, Tonia
Executive Assistant
tcowan@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Dixon, Sherrina
Financial Administrator; Executive Secretary
Funches, Brenda
Field Representative; Caseworker
Gavin, Steven
Senior Caseworker
sgavin@mail.house.gov
(601) 946-9003
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Jamison, Sandra
Field Representative; Caseworker
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Key-Shinard, W. Jean
District Scheduler; Receptionist
jkey@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Stewart, Marsha
Field Representative; Caseworker
Ware, Fannie
Director of Administration
fware@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Washington, Timla
Community Development Coordinator; Office Manager
Dixon, Sherrina
Financial Administrator; Executive Secretary
Adams, Geri
Field Representative; Caseworker
Beale, Ashley
Field Representative; Caseworker
Booker, Stephanie
Field Representative; Caseworker
Funches, Brenda
Field Representative; Caseworker
Gavin, Steven
Senior Caseworker
sgavin@mail.house.gov
(601) 946-9003
Jamison, Sandra
Field Representative; Caseworker
Stewart, Marsha
Field Representative; Caseworker
Avant, Issac
Chief of Staff
lavant@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-5876
Washington, Timla
Community Development Coordinator; Office Manager
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Ware, Fannie
Director of Administration
fware@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Cowan, Tonia
Executive Assistant
tcowan@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Baker, John
Legislative Assistant; Counsel
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Brooks, Daphene
Staff Assistant; Legislative Correspondent
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Washington, Timla
Community Development Coordinator; Office Manager
Jenkins, LeMia
Press Secretary; Legislative Assistant
Horton, Cory
Legislative Director; Senior Professional Staff Member
Key-Shinard, W. Jean
District Scheduler; Receptionist
jkey@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Adams, Geri
Field Representative; Caseworker
Beale, Ashley
Field Representative; Caseworker
Booker, Stephanie
Field Representative; Caseworker
Funches, Brenda
Field Representative; Caseworker
Jamison, Sandra
Field Representative; Caseworker
Stewart, Marsha
Field Representative; Caseworker
Key-Shinard, W. Jean
District Scheduler; Receptionist
jkey@mail.house.gov
(601) 866-9003
Brooks, Daphene
Staff Assistant; Legislative Correspondent
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Bennie Thompson Committees
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Homeland Security (Ranking member)
Bennie Thompson Biography
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  • Elected: April 1993, 11th full term.
  • District: Mississippi 2
  • Born: Jan. 28, 1948, Bolton
  • Home: Bolton
  • Education:

    Tougaloo Col., B.A. 1968, Jackson St. U., M.S. 1972

  • Political Career:

    Bolton Bd. of Aldermen, 1969–73; Bolton mayor, 1973–79; Hinds Cnty. Supervisor, 1980–93.

  • Ethnicity: Black/African American
  • Religion:

    Methodist

  • Family: Married (London); 1 children

Bennie Thompson, who was elected in April 1993, has established himself as a liberal Democratic fixture in an otherwise deeply conservative Republican state. He looks out for the needs of his poor, rural district while serving as the top Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee. Read More

Bennie Thompson, who was elected in April 1993, has established himself as a liberal Democratic fixture in an otherwise deeply conservative Republican state. He looks out for the needs of his poor, rural district while serving as the top Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee.

Thompson grew up in Bolton, in Hinds County outside Jackson, and graduated from Tougaloo College and Jackson State University. He was elected alderman in Bolton in 1969, at age 21, and elected mayor four years later. A longtime volunteer firefighter, he got the first fire engine for Bolton and also a street named after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. In 1980, he became a Hinds County supervisor. A lifelong grass-roots activist and labor organizer, he successfully encouraged other African-Americans to run for office.

After Democratic Rep. Mike Espy resigned from Congress in 1993 to become President Bill Clinton’s Agriculture secretary, Thompson ran for the seat in an all-party primary. He came out ahead of Henry Espy, Mike Espy’s brother and mayor of Clarksdale, 28%-20%. Republican Hayes Dent, an aide to Gov. Kirk Fordice, led with 34%. Voting in the runoff was mostly along racial lines, and Thompson won 55%-45%, with his margin coming mostly from Hinds County.

Thompson has a solidly liberal voting record. He initially made no particular attempt to win white votes in his district, making almost as few concessions across the racial divide as white lawmakers had earlier. In time, he moderated his votes and reached out to whites, including some of the district’s large farmers. He publicly supported GOP Sen. Thad Cochran in Cochran's successful June 2014 runoff against tea party favorite Chris McDaniel.

A few months earlier, Thompson drew widespread attention for comments in an interview with a New Nation of Islam radio show in which he called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an "Uncle Tom" and accused Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of being racist toward President Obama. For years he has eaten dinner every night that Congress is session with James Clyburn of South Carolina and Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, also the only black Democrats from their states. "It’s tough being the lone voice of reason from your state," Thompson told USA Today. "You got to have some solace with talking to somebody.”

The locus of his legislative activity is the Homeland Security Committee. Thompson has been both the ranking minority member and the chairman in recent years and has focused on the needs of first responders. He also has been increasingly vocal about the growing threat of computer-based attacks and pushed back in 2012 against Republican calls to scale back the Homeland Security Department’s role in favor of defense and intelligence agencies. And he has criticized the GOP’s desire to replace Transportation Security Administration workers with private screeners at airports. “On September 11th (2001), screeners at our airports were employed by private companies; a return to a pre-9/11 status for screeners would not improve aviation security or assist national security,” he said in August 2012.

Thompson has made sure that his alma mater, Tougaloo College, has reaped some of the benefits of his service on the committee. The tiny private college near Jackson offers academic programs in disaster management, cyber security, and emergency preparedness and has a National Transportation Center of Excellence sponsored by DHS’ Transportation Security Administration.

When he first arrived on the committee in 2005, Thompson caused some turmoil by firing some staffers, cutting the pay of others, and hiring more minority aides. (Things have been far smoother in his personal office; a 2013 Washington Times study found that he had one of Congress’ lowest rates of staff turnover.) But he also began a sometimes-productive working relationship with the top Republican on the committee, Peter King of New York. The two worked together to restructure the Federal Emergency Management Agency after the agency’s failures in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. House Republicans wanted it to become an entirely independent agency. Thompson and King called for keeping it within the Department of Homeland Security, but with the kind of autonomy the Coast Guard has. They came to an agreement, but when Thompson demanded an additional $3 billion to improve state and local communications capability, King declined and the deal foundered.

Taking over as chairman in January 2007, Thompson shepherded through the House one of the new Democratic majority’s “first 100 hours” bills, which was to adopt the recommendations of the 9/11 commission. It included a requirement to screen all passenger jet and ship cargo and became law in 2007. In the 111th Congress (2009-10), Thompson unsuccessfully pushed to centralize oversight of the Homeland Security Department under his committee, ending the current practice of spreading jurisdiction among several committees. He was able to work with King in getting Homeland Security authorization bills through the House each year, only to have the Senate ignore them.

After Republicans regained control of the House in 2011 and Thompson returned to the ranking slot, he unsuccessfully sought to expand King’s hearings on the radicalization of American Muslims to include neo-Nazis and other domestic extremist groups. He was named a vice chair of a House Democratic task force on gun violence formed after the December 2012 school massacre in Newtown, Conn. Although he regularly gets “F” ratings from the National Rifle Association, Thompson is an avid hunter and says the ratings don’t reflect sportsmen’s views. “I don’t need assault-style weapons,” he told National Journal in January 2013.

Thompson’s sometimes confrontational politics have brought him opposition in the 2nd District. In 2002, he was reelected by a less than impressive 55%-43% against Republican challenger Clinton LeSueur, a consultant to the Yazoo Community Action Agency. LeSueur ran again in 2004 and spent three times the money he had before, but Thompson increased his victory to 58%-41%. In 2006, state Rep. Chuck Espy, nephew of the former representative, challenged him in the primary, but Thompson prevailed 64%-35%. He has faced no serious challengers since then.

In 2009, he came under fire from local Republicans after Jackson’s Clarion-Ledger reported on trips he took to Las Vegas, Fort Lauderdale, and St. Maarten Island at the expense of special interest groups, including big labor unions. Thompson defended the trips as necessary to learn firsthand about homeland security issues and said they were approved by the House Ethics Committee. Also that year, The Washington Post reported that Thompson used his committee’s consideration of new rules for credit card companies to extract $15,000 in campaign donations from the companies. His staff denied the charge. In 2012, the Post reported that Thompson obtained a $900,000 earmark to resurface about two dozen Mississippi roads, including those in a neighborhood where he and his daughter own two homes. He said it was up to the county to decide where the work should be done. “I didn’t say, ‘Do the street that I live on,’’’ he said.

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Bennie Thompson Election Results
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2012 General
Bennie Thompson (D)
Votes: 214,978
Percent: 67.13%
Bill Marcy
Votes: 99,160
Percent: 30.96%
2012 Primary
Bennie Thompson (D)
Votes: 49,083
Percent: 87.46%
Heather McTeer (D)
Votes: 7,040
Percent: 12.54%
Prior Winning Percentages
2010 (61%), 2008 (69%), 2006 (64%), 2004 (58%), 2002 (55%), 2000 (65%), 1998 (71%), 1996 (60%), 1994 (54%), 1993 special (55%)
Bennie Thompson Votes and Bills
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National Journal’s rating system is an objective method of analyzing voting. The liberal score means that the lawmaker’s votes were more liberal than that percentage of his colleagues’ votes. The conservative score means his votes were more conservative than that percentage of his colleagues’ votes. The composite score is an average of a lawmaker’s six issue-based scores. See all NJ Voting

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2013 2012 2011
Economic 69 (L) : 31 (C) 70 (L) : 30 (C) 64 (L) : 36 (C)
Social 73 (L) : 24 (C) 67 (L) : 33 (C) 80 (L) : - (C)
Foreign 62 (L) : 37 (C) 67 (L) : 32 (C) 84 (L) : 12 (C)
Composite 68.7 (L) : 31.3 (C) 68.2 (L) : 31.8 (C) 80.0 (L) : 20.0 (C)
Interest Group Ratings

The vote ratings by 10 special interest groups provide insight into a lawmaker’s general ideology and the degree to which he or she agrees with the group’s point of view. Two organizations provide just one combined rating for 2011 and 2012, the two sessions of the 112th Congress. They are the ACLU and the ITIC. About the interest groups.

20112012
FRC100
LCV8671
CFG138
ITIC-50
NTU1215
20112012
COC25-
ACLU-100
ACU88
ADA9085
AFSCME100-
Key House Votes

The key votes show how a member of Congress voted on the major bills of the year. N indicates a "no" vote; Y a "yes" vote. If a member voted "present" or was absent, the bill caption is not shown. For a complete description of the bills included in key votes, see the Almanac's Guide to Usage.

    • Pass GOP budget
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2012
    • End fiscal cliff
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Extend payroll tax cut
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Stop student loan hike
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2012
    • Repeal health care
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2012
    • Raise debt limit
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Pass cut, cap, balance
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Defund Planned Parenthood
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Repeal lightbulb ban
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Add endangered listings
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Speed troop withdrawal
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Regulate financial firms
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2010
    • Pass tax cuts for some
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2010
    • Stop detainee transfers
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Legalize immigrants' kids
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2010
    • Repeal don't ask, tell
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2010
    • Limit campaign funds
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Overturn Ledbetter
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass $820 billion stimulus
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Let guns in national parks
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass cap-and-trade
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Bar federal abortion funds
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass health care bill
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Bail out financial markets
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2008
    • Repeal D.C. gun law
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2008
    • Overhaul FISA
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2008
    • Increase minimum wage
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Expand SCHIP
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Raise CAFE standards
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Share immigration data
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • Foreign aid abortion ban
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • Ban gay bias in workplace
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Withdraw troops 8/08
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • No operations in Iran
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Free trade with Peru
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
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