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VIDEO: Democratic #mssen candidate Omeria Scott preps for June 5 primary

Several elections are hanging on the June 5 primary including the U.S. Senate race for the seat currently held by Senator Roger Wicker. Among...

What to look for the week before the June 5 primary

by Alan Lange There are several things to be looking out for this coming week as we approach the June 5 primaries.  The race thus...

Major #mssen endorsement for David Baria by Rep. Sonya Williams-Barnes

Rep. David Baria, who is running as a Democrat for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Senator Roger Wicker, was recently endorsed by...

State Senators Terry Burton and Rita Parks endorse Sally Doty for #MS03

Mississippi State Senate President Pro Tempore Terry Burton (R-Newton) and State Senator Rita Parks (R-Corinth) have endorsed Senator Sally Doty to replace retiring U.S....

Michael Guest Receives the George Phillips Public Service Award at Top Cop Luncheon in...

On Wednesday, May 16, Madison and Rankin County District Attorney Michael Guest received the George Phillips Public Service Award at the Top Cop Luncheon...

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reverses District 79 election contest against House of Representatives

Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reversed the Bo Eaton election contest against the House of Representatives. They have ordered the...

McRae sets sights on Treasurer in 2019 while Lynn Fitch vies for AG’s office

This week David McRae announced to the Madison County Journal that he has set his sights to be Mississippi's next Treasurer in the 2019...

Two voter polls point to Hyde-Smith leading the #mssen special election race

Shortly after Y'all Politics conducted a four way poll of about 1,000 likely Mississippi voters (which the McDaniel campaign labeled as "fake news" and...

Whether by design or circumstances, 2018 elections are proving confusing to state voters

By: Sid Salter Confused about the 2018 elections in Mississippi? You likely aren’t alone. Mississippi voters will elect two U.S. senators in the 2018 elections. There...

Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton withdraws candidacy for #mssen special election

Mayor of Tupelo, Jason Shelton has announced he will no longer be a contender in the U.S. Senate Election. Other candidates include Republican appointed...

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