Real movement on the Mississippi flag issue . . . and what everyone needs...

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First the good news.  There is a real effort in the Mississippi legislature that has the involvement of House and Senate leadership to make...

OP-ED – So, the goal is to get a new flag, right? Here’s...

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Wanna change the flag?  I’m with you on that.  Have been for a long time.  But here’s what I know for a fact –...

Democrat-led electoral college pledge bill to disenfranchise millions of MS voters introduced

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State Senator David Blount has introduced a bill that would commit Mississippi's electoral votes to the national presidential election winners regardless of what Mississippians...

Absentee voting begins today in Mississippi, here’s what you need to know

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Absentee voting begins September 21 in the lead up to the November General Election. If you are unable to make it to the ballot box...

Rundown of 2020 Mississippi Election Results

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The following is the latest results Y'all Politics has as of 7:00am on Wednesday, the morning after Election Night 2020.  We will update the...

Oktibbeha Supervisor Bricklee Miller is officially running for SD 15 #msleg

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Oktibbeha County Supervisor Bricklee Miller confirms that she will be a candidate in the upcoming special election to replace MS Senate District 15 retiring...

Poll shows Hyde-Smith with large lead over Espy U.S. Senate race

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If the election for Mississippi’s junior U.S. Senate seat were held today, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith would best her Democrat and Libertarian party challengers...

Oktibbeha Supervisor Bricklee Miller rumored to run for vacated state Senate seat

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In the wake of the June 1 announcement by state Senator Gary Jackson (R-French Camp) signaling his retirement of June 30, Y’all Politics has...

Senate Judiciary Committee could advance Cory Wilson’s 5th Circuit confirmation Thursday

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The U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary is scheduled to meet this Thursday to consider the nomination of Mississippi's Cory Wilson for a lifetime...

Y’all Politics announces “On the Stump” connecting officials, candidates to Mississippians

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One of the most treasured political traditions in Mississippi is the opportunity for elected officials and candidates to climb up on a stump or...

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