WJTV – Political speeches take center stage at Neshoba County Fair

WLOX/WLBT – Neshoba County Fair: Reeves and Hood considering 2019 gubernatorial run

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WTOK – Possible candidates for governor speak at Neshoba Co. Fair

DAILY JOURNAL – Hood, Reeves preview possible governor’s race

Speaking at the Neshoba County Fair, Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said Mississippi is thriving under GOP leadership, while Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood said the state economy is faltering as Republicans give tax cuts to out-of-state corporations.

The current governor, Republican Phil Bryant, is limited to two terms and can’t run again next year.

Hood said even as Republican lawmakers have tried to block lawsuits by the attorney general’s office, those lawsuits have brought the state about $3 billion over the past 14 years.

“Give or take a few million dollars here or there, I guess it’s enough to pave somebody’s driveway,” Hood said, causing a murmur in the audience of casually dressed people under the tin-roofed pavilion on the fairgrounds south of Philadelphia.

CLARION LEDGER – Jim Hood squares up at Neshoba

CLARION LEDGER – Reeves talks Mississippi progress at Neshoba 2018

WTOK – Third Congressional District candidates stumping at the fair

MSGOP chair calls out Democrat Evans Neshoba speech

 

WTOK – Congressman Harper speaks at the Neshoba County Fair

Hosemann promotes teacher pay, infrastructure, small business in Neshoba speech

 

New State Auditor White says his agency will be audited

 

CLARION LEDGER – Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall slams Senate, renews call for fuel tax increase

Hall leveled blame on the state Senate for the recent stalemate on infrastructure funding, and criticized Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves’ BRIDGE Act introduced last session.

Sen. Wicker meet with SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh

 

Sen. Hyde-Smith meets with new VA Secretary

 

#MS04: Democrat Anderson looking for your $3, $5 donations

 

WJTV – Wallace wins House District 77 Special Election

Price Wallace will represent taxpayers in Simpson and Rankin counties House District 77.

Wallace edged out Hayes Patrick 1430 to 1350 by a narrow margin of 80 votes.

SUNHERALD – Big names in sports place Mississippi’s first legal bets in Biloxi, Tunica

 

WDAM – Sports betting coming to Bok Homa Casino

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