Thank you for your support!Posted by Roger Wicker on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
WATCH LIVE: Chris McDaniel speaks at watch party in Laurel.Posted by WDAM TV on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Hyde-Smith and Espy now head to a November 27 runoff. It’s likely that there will also be some local/regional judicial races on that ballot depending on the part of the state you live in. With Mississippi likely to be the last Senate race officially decided, the results later tonight/tomorrow will determine how much this seat means. Republicans turned Indiana, Missouri and North Dakota and the Florida senate race had Republican Rick Scott with about a less than 1% advantage. Although, the Mississippi special election for US Senate will not determine control of the US Senate, it will be still a coveted seat for both parties and it is likely that millions more will be spent in addition to the $4.5 million in independent expenditures and the $5.5 million in candidate raised funds to date. Stay tuned to Y’all Politics as we will continue to provide leading coverage on the race. Here’s some of the analysis from our Facebook Live event this evening.
I am proud of Cindy’s tireless work as a U.S. Senator and on the campaign trail these last few months, and thank Chris McDaniel for his pledge to now help defeat the liberal Democrat running against her in the run off.— Phil Bryant (@PhilBryantMS) November 7, 2018
Alan Lange and Sarah Ulmer are joined by Austin Barbour at the top of the 8:00 PM hour to discuss national races and the available early turnout numbers in Mississippi.Posted by YallPolitics on Tuesday, November 6, 2018