Democrat State Rep. Jay Hughes announces 2019 run for Lt. Governor

State Rep. Jay Hughes, an outspoken Democrat from HD-12, announced this morning on the Paul Gallo Show on SuperTalk Radio that he would be...

State Rep. Mark Baker announces run for AG in 2019

State Rep. Mark Baker announced on the Paul Gallo Show on SuperTalk Radio this morning that he will seek the Attorney General seat in...

Bond Commission votes to access $50 million for immediate infrastructure needs

Gov. Phil Bryant and the Mississippi Bond Commission voted this afternoon allow short term borrowing of the $50 million bond bill, for immediate infrastructure...

Chris McDaniel campaign accuses Y’all Politics of creating “fake poll” #mssen

Establishment Media Outlet Conspires to Create False Campaign Narrative Triumph Campaigns known across the country for fake polling Today, the McDaniel for Senate campaign called out...

First 4 way poll for MS Senate shows Sen. Hyde Smith able to beat...

by Sarah Ulmer Today, Y’all Politics released the results of a groundbreaking poll conducted this past week.  Conducted by Triumph Campaigns, the poll tested the...

Lt. Governor looks forward to working with House to address infrastructure needs

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves released this statement today after a press conference Speaker of the House Philip Gunn held to announce a House proposal...

Speaker Gunn announces House proposal on longterm infrastructure plan

The pressure is clearly on for lawmakers to come to an agreement on the best way to move forward with the infrastructure needs of...

Governor sets special election date to fill former Rep. Gipson’s House seat

Gov. Phil Bryant has set July 10, 2018, as the special election date for House District 77. The seat recently became vacant when Gov. Bryant...

Senate candidate Howard Sherman makes intro statewide radio buy on urban radio stations ....

by Alan Lange While a lot of attention has been paid to the Republican side of the ledger in both US Senate campaigns, one candidate...

Governor says special session hangs on infrastructure plan agreement

After the 2018 Legislative Session, lawmakers walked away from the Capitol with no agreement for a long term plan on infrastructure. While $50 million...

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