VOTE NO to new Mississippi Flag Design
       on Tuesday, November 3, 2020
                 (Sample Ballot)
Mississippi State Flag Referendum
                     Statewide Ballot Measure 3
2020 General Election
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
House Bill 1796 - Flag Referendum

Please vote ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on whether the following design shall be the
official Mississippi State Flag.


(The above design is the politicians' Magnolia Blossom Flag, the ONLY
Flag design they allowed on the ballot
for the people to vote on)


     To keep our Confederate Flag on the Mississippi State Flag,
 please VOTE
NO on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Click Play to hear VOTE NO Audio Clip:
The politicians are once again trying to remove
the Confederate Flag from our Mississippi
State Flag.
The last time politicians tried this,
Mississippians voted 2 to 1 to keep our
Confederate Flag
. (See people's Flag below)
However, this time, they have
refused to
even let the people vote for our Flag
Instead, the
politicians have placed only
one choice on the ballot
:  their Magnolia
Blossom Flag. (See their Flag at right)
to keep our Confederate Flag,
please VOTE
NO on November 3rd.
Our Confederate Veterans' of all races stood
together against Lincoln’s oppressive 40% tax
on Southerners.
Now it is time for Mississippians to stand
together for our Veterans.
Tuesday, November the 3rd, VOTE NO to
the politicians' Magnolia Blossom Flag
Paid for by Confederate Heritage Fund.
The people's Flag (above) of the State of
Mississippi, containing the Confederate Battle
was adopted by a vote of 65% to 35% of
the Mississippi voters in 2001
This same Flag was originally adopted by the
Mississippi Legislature in 1894 and has served
the State Flag for 126 years.

To keep our Confederate Veterans' Flag on
the Mississippi State Flag, please VOTE
on Tuesday, November 3, 2020
(Note:  An organization called “Let Mississippi Vote”
is gathering signatures in Mississippi to place the 1894
Mississippi State Flag (at left) on the ballot for the next
so the people can vote on the Confederate
, instead of just the politicians.)   
To keep our Confederate Veterans' Flag
on the Mississippi State Flag, please
NO to politicians' Flag (above) on
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Lincoln's Tax War

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Near Florida Line

Governor Surrenders To
Confederates Over Holiday

Battle Flags Across Alabama

Lawsuit Against Governor
Saves Confederate Capitol

Mississippi Votes 2 To 1 To
Keep Confederate Flag On
State Flag

Abraham Lincoln Endorses
Permanent Slavery
Click below for reports about some
of the other efforts on the front lines
Confederate Heritage Fund
and other articles of interest
Our Mississippi Confederate Veterans
If you wish to donate to help our efforts to honor our
Confederate Veterans' stand for the voluntary union
of low-taxed independent States, established by the
Founding Fathers in 1776,
please click this link:
Donate To Confederate Heritage Fund