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Dan Eubanks State Representative
Dan Eubanks State Representative
Dan Eubanks State Representative

Pastor, Businessman,

Husband, Father,

Brother, Son, Friend...MISSISSIPPIAN.



Dan Eubanks is a 35 year resident of DeSoto County.  He is a Pastor, Businessman, Husband, and Father.  On January 7th, 2020,  Dan was sworn in for a second term as Mississippi's State Representative for District 25.


The middle child of five, Dan is the son of John and Ruth Eubanks of Tate County.  He has been married to Corey Eubanks for 23 years, and is the father of one.  


Dan has attended Northwest Mississippi Community College, Kilgore College, Karl Franzens Universitat (Graz, Austria), Universidad de Autodenoma (Guadalajara, Mexico), The University of Arkansas, and Mid-America Baptist Seminary.


Dan holds degrees in Commercial Photography and Business Finance, with additional studies in International Business, German, Spanish Culture/Language, and Theology. He graduated a prestigious Donaghey Scholar from the University of Arkansas in 1994. 

Dan has been a business owner in DeSoto County for 25+ years. From 2005 to 2016 Dan served as a full time pastor and Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for Advent Presbyterian Church in Cordova, Tennessee.  Since his election, he serves as Advent's Director of Recreation and Local Outreach and also serves as the Interim Campus Pastor for Advent's Arlington Campus.

While in session, Dan leads the weekly Capitol Prayer Group which is made up of state wide elected leaders, legislators, state agency employees, and lobbyist.


Dan is a conservative Christian, who believes in fiscal responsibility, limited government, states' rights (federalism), education and tax reform, traditional family values, the Right to Life, the protection of our religious and civil liberties, and representative transparency and cooperation.

Dan has a deep love for Mississippi, DeSoto County, and for all of his neighbors in his home District of 25.  He is a proven leader, honest, moral, full of integrity, and extremely hard working.  

Dan serves as Vice Chairman of Apportionment and Elections, Congressional Redistricting and Legislative Reapportionment.  He also serves on the Insurance, Banking and Financial Services, Constitution, Energy, Public Health and Human Services, Judiciary A, and Judiciary En Banc committees.


During his public service, Dan has received the BIPEC "Business Champion" Award, American's for Prosperity "Champion of Freedom" award, the American Conservative Union's award for "Conservative Excellence", the "John Adams Award for Exceptional Diplomacy" from the Citizens for Self Governance and the Convention of States, was selected as a "GoPAC Emerging Leader", and was voted Freshman Legislator of the year by his peers. 


Dan was a founding member and Secretary/Treasurer of the Mississippi Freedom Caucus and is a member of the DeSoto County GOP Executive committee, DeSoto County Republican Club, Tate County Republican Club, Desoto County Conservative Coalition, Legislative Sportsman Caucus, and NRA.  Dan has been officially endorsed by the NRA and Mississippi Right to Life.

Some of the notable legislation that Dan was both champion and co-author of during his time in the legislature was the Mississippi Religious Freedom bill in 2016.  This bill was appealed and eventually upheld by the 5th Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court.  Dan was the primary author of the Resolution joining Mississippi to the Convention of States in 2018 and 2019.  He co-authored the 15 Week Abortion Ban Bill in 2018, which also went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and was ultimately responsible for the historic overturning of Roe vs. Wade in 2022.  The Mississippi Tax Freedom Act of 2022, which will provide the largest tax cuts in Mississippi's history for its residents. 


Dan's lifetime ACU conservative rating is in the top 7 of all 174 legislators in Mississippi, and out of all the candidates who will be running for re-election in 2023, he is #1. 


Dan is doing his best to make his entire district proud, while working tirelessly (with and for them) to make Mississippi the greatest state in the Nation. 


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