Billy Davis (Mississippi politician)

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Billy Davis was a family farmer and attorney from Laurel, Mississippi associated with perennial candidate Lyndon LaRouche. Davis ran on the LaRouche platform for Governor of Mississippi in 1983.[1] In the 1984 presidential election, Davis served as LaRouche's running mate.[2] After an unsuccessful bid for the Democratic Party nomination, they ran as independents in the general election.[3]

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  1. ^ MISS. VOTES IN PRIMARY TOMORROW Curtis Wilkie Globe Staff. Boston Globe. Aug 1, 1983. pg. 1
  2. ^ "LAROUCHE TRYING AGAIN, IN 19 STATES". GOODMAN, WALTER. New York Times. Oct 30, 1984. pg. A.23
  3. ^ CAMPAIGN NOTES; Filing Deadline Voided In Jersey Election Law AP. New York Times. September 22, 1984. pg. 1.8