WCBI – State Auditor Shad White speaks in Columbus

NEWSMS – Democratic candidate in governor’s race calls for debate

Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith is calling on his opponents in the Democratic primary race to meet for a debate ahead of the August 6th primary election. 

Two of the three Republican primary candidates debated at Mississippi State in early April, and Smith says that voters need to hear from the Democratic candidates as well. 

“I think this election and the issues confronting Mississippi voters demand a similar exchange among Democratic candidates,” Smith said. “I would like to see the other eight candidates on the Democratic gubernatorial ballot share a debate stage. A location in Jackson, MS would make a lot of sense, but I am willing to debate Attorney General Jim Hood and the other candidates anytime, anywhere.” 

Hood says Mississippi in midst of infrastructure crisis

 

Senators Wicker, Hyde-Smith vote to crack down on robocalls

 

Congressman Palazzo: Democrats promoting infanticide

 

Former US Senator Trent Lott coming to support Nic Lott’s campaign for Central PSC

 

Wicker votes for Disaster Aid package

 

Sen. Hyde-Smith supports NFIP reform

 

WCBI – Candidates meet constituents in Lowndes County