Our analysis of the Mississippi Special Senate Election

Most Mississippians woke up on November 28th thinking, “Whew.  I’m glad that’s over”. Mississippi got a small taste of “big boy” national politics during the...

OPINION: Hyde-Smith Defeats Espy

With Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith’s victory in the special election runoff to fill the remainder of Sen. Thad Cochran’s term, Mississippi voters did what they...

SALTER: State’s muddy U.S. Senate Class II race cost $20 million and two candidates’...

By: Sid Salter In 2018, Mississippi voters elected two U.S. senators. The two elections saw about $27. 6 million expended with $11 million of that...

Hyde-Smith wins runoff; becomes the first woman elected to U.S. Senate from Mississippi

Cindy Hyde-Smith has won the runoff for the special election to replace Senator Thad Cochran, who retired due to medical reasons back in April. ...

Motion for TRO in NAACP-backed lawsuit to change absentee voter deadline is denied

A case filed by three Mississippi residents and the Mississippi Chapter of the NAACP against the State of Mississippi and Secretary of State Delbert...

In case of Mississippi company vs. frog, SCOTUS rules in favor of Mississippi company

Supreme Court Sides with Landowners in Dispute Over Frog Habitats The Supreme Court has sided with Mississippi landowners who were unable to clear trees off...

Is the Mike Espy campaign encouraging voters to vote twice?

On his facebook page last night, Mike Espy, Democrat nominee for US Senate, seemingly encouraged his supporters to vote twice by encouraging folks who...

State legislators react to new comments referencing “public hanging” by State Sen. Charles Younger

Since US Senator Hyde-Smith's comments about "public hangings' several national officials have come out to either condemn her, or defend her. State legislators in...

President Trump visits Mississippi to campaign for Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith one day before election

President Donald Trump made his first appearance of two in the Magnolia state in Tupelo on Monday night, just one day before polls open...

Nooses, signs criticizing CHS apology and to “remind people that things haven’t changed” left...

This morning, two nooses and a handful of signs were found at the State Capitol. Chuck McIntosh, the Director of Communication for the Department of...

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