As Lieutenant Governor, Tate Reeves has earned a reputation as a strong leader with a long-term vision for Mississippi.
Reeves presides over the 52-member Senate with a focus on keeping government spending under control, reforming education and making Mississippi a better place to raise a family.
Under his leadership, Mississippi has a balanced budget that reduces taxpayers’ overall debt burden.
Reeves is past chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governors Association. He was named one of the top 40 politicians under 40 by The Washington Post. Reeves was named a 2013 Charter Champion by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. He received the State Legislative Achievement Award from the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform for the passage of the Attorney General “Sunshine Act.” Reeves is a graduate of Florence High School and an honors graduate of Millsaps College with a bachelor’s degree in economics.
Reeves and his wife Elee are the proud parents of three daughters, Tyler, Emma and Maddie. They attend Galloway United Methodist Church.