Can corn chips, gospel radio and out of state money beat the Mississippi Democrat...

by Alan Lange Something is happening. The dynamics are very 2014-ish (for those that remember the 2014 Republican primary for US Senate). Folks on the lower end...

Meet the Candidates: David Baria #mssen

The June 26 runoff for two Mississippi elections is just around the corner. For the Third District Congressional race there are two Republican candidates...

#MS03 and #mssen candidates sign ATR Taxpayer Protection Pledge

The Americans for Tax Reform organization recently reported which legislators have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. Included in that list were some Mississippians currently...

BIPEC releases 2018 Legislator Scorecard – How did your legislators do?

BIPEC (Business and Industry Political Education Committee) has released its Legislator “Business & Jobs” Report Card for the 2018 legislative session.  The BIPEC Report...

Former Democratic #mssen candidate Omeria Scott endorses Howard Sherman

Today, State Representative Omeria Scott endorsed Howard Sherman on the steps of City Hall in Laurel surrounded by friends and supporters. Omeria Scott issued the following...

News, notes and analysis from Primary Night 2018

by Alan Lange As low-energy as the 2018 primaries have been, turnout certainly reflected the campaign energy.  However, Primary Night 2018 was interesting to watch...

The votes are in, see who is headed to the November ballot and who...

Tuesday, June 5, was the Mississippi primary for one U.S. Senate Seat and two House seats. Here are the results: U.S. Senate  In the Democratic primary...

Revenue collections in May are above estimates . . . again – State...

The Mississippi Joint Legislative Budget Committee has released revenue reports as of May 31 This year has again exceeded lawmakers expectations of revenue collections. Total collections...

Last minute money check for June 5 primaries #mssen #mselex

As we do a quick last minute check on fundraising before the June 5 primary next Tuesday, here's a quick video that's a great...

Present!  We ain’t talking about Christmas gifts – it’s the art of not taking...

by Alan Lange The late Alan Nunnelee was notorious in both the Mississippi Senate and in the US House for saying, “let your yeas be...

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