Velesha Williams announces run for Governor – tries to replicate 2015 underdog primary win

When Democrat Velesha Williams announced on Saturday at the Old Capitol Museum in Jackson that she will be running for Governor in 2019 there...

Jeremy England announces run for state Senate for District 51

Jeremy England, a lawyer and lifelong resident of Jackson County has announced his candidacy for the District 51 Senate seat.  This is the seat...

Who says there’s no voter fraud? 25 counts of voter fraud indictments in...

As first reported by Jackson Jambalaya, the Madison County District Attorney's office, led by Assistant DA Bryant Buckley, has handed down 15 indictments on...

State Representative Robert Foster set to announce Gubernatorial decision in Hernando

Freshman Mississippi State Representative and farmer to hold special event in hometown of Hernando to announce his decision on his Gubernatorial Bid for 2019....

Velesha P. Williams announces run for governor

Velesha P.  Williams has announced that she has joined the race for the Governor's seat. Williams retired as the Director of Metro Jackson Community Prevention...

Is the Democratic mayor of Magnolia considering a challenge of Jim Hood in Governor’s...

The mayor of Magnolia, Mississippi, Anthony Witherspoon, has been publicly polling social media to gather feedback on him as a candidate in the 2019...

Representative Robert Foster considers run for Governor

District 28 Representative, Robert Foster (R), took to Facebook over the weekend to announce he is considering a run for Governor in 2019. In the...

OPINION: Three Open Legislative Seats Won’t Change Hands

Three Mississippi legislators were elected to judicial posts this year, necessitating special elections for the final year of the legislative term. But none of...

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...

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