Reeves sits down with AFA


Hood releases new ad on Reeves’ ‘scare tactics’


Hood talks education, other policies with MPB @Issue

CLARION LEDGER – Hood, Reeves call each other unethical. Here’s what to know about their claims

Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood, left, responds to a question while Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, left, and moderator and WCBI anchor Aundrea Self listen during the second televised gubernatorial debate in Columbus, Miss., Monday, Oct. 14, 2019. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, Pool)

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and Attorney General Jim Hood have adopted similar messages as they fight to become Mississippi’s next governor: The other guy is unethical or has conflicts of interest. Vote for me instead.

But they may cancel each other out. Both Hood, a Democrat, and Reeves, a Republican, have long faced criticism over their actions surrounding campaign finance, state contracts and pet projects.

Most recently, the candidates traded attacks about a frontage road, a television ad and lucrative state contracts for trial lawyers. And in most cases, their claims are accurate.

CLARION LEDGER – Lieutenant Governor candidate: Delbert Hosemann on roads and bridges

CLARION LEDGER – Lieutenant Governor candidate: Jay Hughes on Mississippi’s roads and bridges

Hosemann, Hughes talk policies on MPB @Issue

WAPT – Secretary of State nominees differ on expanding early voting

The Republican nominee, state Sen. Michael Watson, said he sees no need to change the system.

The Democratic nominee, former Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree, said he supports expansion of early voting to get more people involved in the election process.

DuPree and Watson spoke Monday at a forum sponsored by Mississippi State University’s Stennis Institute of Government and the Capitol Press Corps. Both said they support efforts to educate people about voting.

SOS candidate Watson named Best for Business by BIPEC


MS Public Education PAC announces endorsements

The Mississippi Public Education PAC is promoting its endorsed candidates for the Mississippi House and Senate.  Not surprisingly, it is heavy-laden with Democrat candidates.  Click here for the link to the list of candidates and their announcement:

“Mississippi Public Education PAC has endorsed the following candidates for Mississippi legislative seats in the 2019 Election. Please click the names below to find information about each candidate’s stance on public education, campaign links, and endorsement graphics to download and share on your social media profiles. Mark your calendars for the Primary Election Day on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, and General Election Day on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, and VOTE PUBLIC EDUCATION!”

WTOK – Local leaders endorse Transportation Commissioner candidate

Gov. Bryant helps break ground for Enviva


New Way Trucks coming to Booneville


Wicker warns of upcoming deadline for REAL ID


WJTV – EPA meets with Delta locals and vows to find solutions to prevent future floods

State Sen. Brice Wiggins takes on Trump over “private gain from public office”