Greta Mack Harris seeks Sub-District One Hinds County judge position

Assistant Hinds County District Attorney Greta Mack Harris is a candidate for Hinds County Sub-District 1 Judge. Prior to coming to the office of the district attorney, she was a special assistant attorney general working in various youth courts across the state.

“Nothing changes if nothing changes,” she says. “My grandma used to say, ‘it’s poor wind that never changes.’ ”

 In the last 21 years, Harris has been in private practice, a community prosecutor for the city of Jackson, an assistant public defender for the city of Jackson and worked part time as a public defender in various surrounding counties.

She has a proven record of discipline, leadership and service.

Harris attended Tougaloo College and was a graduate of Mississippi College School of Law.

She is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, the Magnolia Bar Association, the McLeod Neighborhood Association and New Hope Baptist Church where she is also a Sunday School teacher.

Harris is also a member of the Jackson Public Schools PTA, A Women for Progress, AWANA - Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, the Mississippi Prosecutors Association, Metro Black Women Lawyers, and Mississippi Women Lawyers.

Election day is Tuesday, November 6.





The University of Mississippi recently released the Fall 2018 Dean’s List. Students must earn a semester GPA of 3.50 to 3.74 to be listed on the Dean’s List.