We interrupt our coverage to bring you this special report.
Based on FEC filings, one could infer that the folks at Hortman Harlow may have had enough of their star attorney’s political exploits and are trying to build some distance from the campaign. In FEC filings this week, two Hortman Harlow employees have been removed from Chris McDaniel’s campaign filings. Brett Robinson, a partner at the firm, had served as Campaign Treasurer, and Dawn Walters, an administrative employee at the firm, had served as Assistant Treasurer
have been replaced on the filings by Sen. Melanie Sojourner
As a special announcement to the Patriot community, don’t forget that Rick Santorum is in town this week and he wants your money
. Please proceed quickly to the assigned location and empty your wallets. Even if you can’t see any results (at all
), know that you’ll be helping (Santorum).
But everyone knows that the real story in Mississippi is football.
The Hill’s Campaign editor knows what’s up. She sneaks in some Crimson Tide goofing with #mssen goofing in a masterful tweet.
Here’s another one.
Though that was intended as a joke, remember that Mississippi Supreme Court Judges are elected, too. Can’t you just imagine that on Friday afternoon, their ruling comes down . . .
After further review (in the above and titled action), the ruling on the field stands.
With less than four weeks to go and Travis Childers way down in the polls, the next week or two is about the time you start to see folks show their true stripes. Outside groups, unions
and other supporters just won't be able to help themselves. They’ll be some great YouTube stuff and Facebook posts. There will be for sure some great robocalls, too. We’ll be here for all of it.
That's the way it was – Day 105 of the McDaniel Hostage Crisis.
Good day Mississippi - and good luck.
Posted October 7, 2014 - 8:27 am