WJTV – Democrat Candidates for Governor call out AG Jim Hood for not attending forum

Brett Favre supporting Reeves for Governor


Congressman Thompson wants Capitol Police to reevaluate member security procedures following President’s criticism of the Squad


WTOK – Mississippi: Election lawsuit is not about voting rights

Attorneys defending Mississippi say a lawsuit challenging the state’s system of choosing a governor is about “partisan politics,” not protecting African Americans’ voting rights.

The election-year lawsuit was filed May 30 by four black plaintiffs with backing from Eric Holder, who was the first African American U.S. attorney general.

It says Mississippi’s 1890 constitution “has its basis in racism”, requiring gubernatorial candidates to win a majority of the popular vote and a majority of the 122 Mississippi House districts. Without both, the election is decided by the House. The system is unique in the U.S.

In court papers Monday, Mississippi’s Republican House speaker and secretary of state said they shouldn’t be sued but Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood should be.

WDAM – State representative candidate kills wife, himself inside Marshall Co. medical clinic

(Source: Facebook)Marshall County Sheriff Kenny Dickerson said a man went into the Williams Medical Clinic in Potts Camp and shot his wife, who worked there as a receptionist.

WMC has confirmed the identity of the couple through the sheriff’s office.

Sheriff Dickerson said Carl Robinson, who was running for state representative of District 5, shot his wife Latoya Thompson before killing himself. Thompson was flown to the hospital where she later died.

Investigators say the two were in the middle of a divorce.

MS Manufacturers Association PAC release Mississippi House primary endorsements

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Bryant cuts video ad for Watson for SOS

ACU endorses Watson for SOS


Baker releases ad for AG: If you’re looking for Jim Hood 2.0, I’m not your man


SUNHERALD – Mississippi Congressman leads moment of silence for Emily Goss, Hancock student killed in wreck


Gov. Bryant hears from Mississippi military base commanders


Wicker: Mark Esper is an All Star nominee for Secretary of Defense


WJTV – Hinds County candidate says a county “supervisor’s a man’s job”

WLOX – Mississippi high school teachers being surveyed about U.S. History test

Mississippi high school teachers being surveyed about U.S. History testMississippi high school teachers are being asked to complete a survey on whether they think the state should continue requiring the U.S. History test.

“That is the only assessment we give that is not required by the federal government,” explained Mississippi Professional Educators Executive Director.

It became the last action item for the state’s testing task force to undertake. The group met throughout the school year to see if there are ways to reduce or streamline the amount of testing statewide.