It falls in line with a video that was shot when Hyde-Smith was approached by a woman, who asked why she wasn’t debating, at a meet and greet over the weekend.
“Right now, my opponent does not have enough money to get on TV and my guys are saying that’s like handing him a $200,000 campaign donation because he’s way down in the polls,” Hyde-Smith is heard saying to the woman.
“If I’m the bad guy she paints me as, stand and debate me, talk about the issues,” McDaniel responded. “Don’t hide from me. Don’t hide from the people of Mississippi. You’re supposed to work for us. Not the other way around.”
#MSSen: Espy calls on Hyde-Smith to debate
— Mike Espy (@espyforsenate) October 16, 2018
US Senate candidate Mike Espy came to Cups coffee house in Fondren early Tuesday, for a chance to meet Mississippi voters.
The Fondren visit is the first of many meet-and-greets to come around the state, in a series called “Morning With Mike.”
Congressman Palazzo promotes bill aimed at hiring and retaining National Guard members
Glad to join @RepTimWalz and @RepTimRyan in introducing the Reserve Component Employer Incentive, Compensation, and Relief Act of 2018. Our bill that incentivizes employers to continue employing National Guard Soldiers is a no brainer, and a win-win for all. https://t.co/3Pvw1BpKq4
— Cong. Steven Palazzo (@CongPalazzo) October 16, 2018
An audit of Canton Municipal Utilities finds 12 former and current employees misspent $101,829.76, according to Mississippi State Auditor Shad White.
Among the 12 is former Canton Municipal Utilities Executive Director Kenneth Wayne Jones, who was issued a demand for $78,612.81 and is said to have used city money to purchase a Samsung LED TV, an Amazon Fire TV Stick and issued himself illegal severance pay.
White says severance pay for public officials is prohibited by Mississippi statutes.
CLARION LEDGER – Former state Sen. Kenny Wayne Jones