About Us

Y’all Politics is the longest running and most respected political news and commentary media outlet in the state of Mississippi.  Founded in 2004 by Alan Lange, Publisher, it has served as the generator and aggregator of news and opinion content with one focus in mind . . . . Mississippi politics.

Our original work has been featured in dozens of publications statewide and nationally, and the site is continually mentioned among the top echelon of political interest media outlets in national publications.

Frank Corder serves as Managing Editor.  Corder oversees the day-to-day operations of Y’all Politics including content development and distribution, staff management, brand expansion, public engagement, and media partnerships.  He has an extensive background of political writing and broadcasting and is a native of Pascagoula, Mississippi.

Sarah Ulmer, Capitol Reporter, covers all things under the Capitol Dome and with elected officials.  Sarah is a graduate of Mississippi State University.  She has added a perspective that’s lacking to political news coverage in Mississippi, and she is a go-to in the media community where public officials on both sides of the aisle can go to get equal time and fair coverage.

You’ll find us on a variety of platforms including Facebook and Twitter.

What you will find

What you will find on Y’all Politics is a small, nimble presence that is responsive to the most politically engaged audience in the state of Mississippi.

Advertisers will find unparalleled opportunities to reach voters, customers and influencers in a way that no other site in Mississippi does.

Readers will find “first source content” in a way that makes it easy to not only understand what’s going on, but to drill down into the actual source of the news.  And all of it will be easy to navigate with sources clearly linked and all of it available on a variety of social media platforms.

Advertise with us

Whether you have a business, an issue campaign or are a candidate for office yourself, contact us to learn more about advertising on Y’all Politics.