#MSSen: NRA endorses Cindy Hyde-Smith
#Mississippi: @NRA Endorses @cindyhydesmith for U.S. Senate. “Cindy Hyde-Smith is an ardent supporter of the Second Amendment and will work to ensure that our constitutional rights are protected.” — @ChrisCoxNRA https://t.co/oCUZdEklV2 @NRAPVF #Election2018 #GunVote #2A #NRA
— Support NRA-ILA (@SupportNRAILA) August 13, 2018
I understand the right to own a firearm represents a founding principle of our country, and my endorsement from the @NRA means I will ALWAYS defend Mississippians’ right to protect and defend our families. pic.twitter.com/b87ywD45xX
— Cindy Hyde-Smith (@cindyhydesmith) August 13, 2018
WTOK – Sen. Hyde-Smith talks issues in Washington
#MSSen: McDaniel interviews with Breitbart News Sunday
In case you missed it, here’s my full interview on @BreitbartNews Sunday from 8/12/18.
— Sen. Chris McDaniel (@senatormcdaniel) August 14, 2018
#MS01: Wadkins appears in BBC interview about scientists running for office
Our interview with the BBC.https://t.co/3Cm3WbW0B2
— Wadkins for Congress (@Wadkins2018) August 14, 2018
Gov. Bryant hints at Special Session next week
Gov. Bryant stated on Show this morning that lawmakers should start clearing their calendar for 23 and 24th for possible Special Session.
— Paul Gallo (@paulgalloshow) August 13, 2018
Three Mississippi officials are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to create a larger black majority in one state Senate district.
Gov. Phil Bryant, Attorney General Jim Hood and Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann say they didn’t draw the state legislative districts and should not be sued. They are the only members of the state Elections Commission, but legislators draw state House and Senate maps.
The lawsuit was filed in July by three black people, including one who lost in 2015 to Republican incumbent Eugene “Buck” Clarke of Hollandale.
Senators Wicker, Hyde-Smith tour MSU Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach
This morning I toured the Mississippi State Center for Entrepreneurship & Outreach with @USDAgov Assistant Secretary Anne Hazlett and @SenHydeSmith. This center provides mentorship and support for student startups and cash grants for companies that meet growth targets. pic.twitter.com/Qw07roanGe
— Senator Roger Wicker (@SenatorWicker) August 13, 2018