CLARION LEDGER – Cindy Hyde-Smith makes bank; Chris McDaniel signs contract in Mississippi Senate race
Republican U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith’s campaign on Thursday announced she’s raised more than $1.6 million from April through June and has $1.4 million in campaign cash on hand…
…Raising substantial campaign funds is reportedly one of the benchmarks the Trump White House set for Hyde-Smith as prerequisite for potential endorsement by the president.
McDaniel on Thursday said his fundraising is going well but, “We will never out-raise Mitch McConnell and the lobbyists of the swamp.”
Sen. Wicker highlights needs, opportunities for cybersecurity workforce
It is important for the United States to recruit and train the next generation of the cybersecurity workforce. I support legislation to enhance education and training opportunities for students interested in this crucial field. https://t.co/gP6MjYwSHA
— Senator Roger Wicker (@SenatorWicker) July 12, 2018
Congressman Palazzo presides over US House for Intelligence Authorization Act
It was my pleasure to preside over the House as Speaker pro tempore during rule debate of H.R. 6237 the Matthew Young Pollard Intelligence Authorization Act. pic.twitter.com/L2XTMTQoE6
— Cong. Steven Palazzo (@CongPalazzo) July 12, 2018
Congressman Thompson tweets #StopKavanaugh for SCOTUS
Take a look at this list of pre-existing conditions and chances are you’ll identify with one or more of them. With this #SCOTUS vacancy, your protections against discrimination for having cancer or being a mother could be stripped away. #WhatsAtStake #StopKavanaugh pic.twitter.com/P6mGqxCr4u
— Bennie G. Thompson (@BennieGThompson) July 11, 2018
Tom Koger has been appointed by Gov. Phil Bryant to the Hancock County Port and Harbor Commission. He is a resident of Diamondhead and has lived in Hancock County for more than 50 years. He replaces Sherri Bevis who had served on the Commission since 2013.
During his career, Koger worked in numerous civilian and defense space programs. As a senior vice president of Boeing, he was responsible for business development, space policy and government affairs in a commercial space program.