@SenatorWicker Banks over $4 million for 2018 election

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Wicker for Senate has $4,124,714 cash on hand heading into the election year. U.S. Senator Roger Wicker’s campaign released its fourth quarter 2017 fundraising numbers...

Sen. Sally Doty joins #MS03 Congressional Race

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Senator Sally Doty has officially filed her paperwork to join the #MS03 Congressional race just weeks after Congressman Gregg Harper announced that he would...

Michael Guest Announces Campaign for Congress at Kickoff Event in Brandon #MS03

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On Thursday, January 18, Michael Guest, the District Attorney for Madison and Rankin Counties, held an announcement event in Brandon for his campaign for...

PSC Chair Brandon Presley says he’s humbled but will not enter a U.S. Senate...

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Today, Public Service Commission Chairman Brandon Presley issued the following statement concerning the 2018 regular United States Senate race: “I am humbled and very...

Roger Wicker Campaign releases new poll – +32 over McDaniel – Bannon favs tank...

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M E M O R A N D U M TO:                 THE WICKER FOR SENATE TEAM FROM:             GLEN BOLGER RE:                 JANUARY...

Harper’s decision brings increased intensity to state’s 2018 mid-term elections (HED)

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The decision by Third District U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper, R-Pearl, to step down from his post at the end of the year can’t help...

Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) is coming to Mississippi

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Newly elected US Senator Doug Jones will be speaking to Mississippi Democrats at the 2018 Hamer-Winter Dinner on Saturday, January 27th. There is...

A possible statewide run in the future for Northern Rep. Hughes

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Freshman Hughes could try to run statewide despite odds Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, saw Rep. Jay Hughes D-Oxford, at the end of a recent session...

Sen. Roger Wicker releases polling showing high favorables #mssen

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US Senator Roger Wicker today released a commissioned poll  from Cygnal conducted in mid-December that tries to determine the state of his re-election campaign...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves attempts to change narrative on budget and economy

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Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves was the speaker for the first luncheon of the year hosted by the Stennis Institute. He touched on a myriad...

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