Democrat Attorney General Jim Hood to announce run for Governor in 2019

Attorney General Jim Hood is set to announce his campaign for governor on Wednesday, according to Mississippi Today. At this time, specific location and time...

Chief Justice Bill Waller resigns from the Mississippi Supreme Court effective January 31, 2019

Mississippi Supreme Court Justice William Waller, Jr. has submitted a letter of resignation to Governor Phil Bryant, effective January 1, 2019. Waller has been the...

Sen. Roger Wicker releases polling showing high favorables #mssen

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...

Analysis on $80 million #lottery net revenue number for #msleg

Last summer, we did an analysis of state-by-state comparisons for what a lottery would generate. In Governor Bryant's media gaggle this morning, he was asked...

News, notes and analysis from Primary Night 2018

by Alan Lange As low-energy as the 2018 primaries have been, turnout certainly reflected the campaign energy.  However, Primary Night 2018 was interesting to watch...

California billionaire-backed PAC makes substantial independent expenditure for Espy

While what’s left of the state press establishment seems to be in a state of suspended animation, over the last two weeks, a PAC...

Chris McDaniel campaign splits with Rick Tyler – over Trump or money?

by Alan Lange Today, the Chris McDaniel campaign for Senate announced it was parting company with former Ted Cruz communications guy and McDaniel campaign strategist...

Two #msleg bills look to check power of AG to sue first and deal...

by Alan Lange A  push to reign in an out of control Attorney General is winding its way through the Mississippi Legislature with a head...

School Choice: What happens when the choices end

When the parents of the founding scholars chose to send their 5th graders to ReImagine Prep nearly four years ago, they were putting a...

Mississippi’s top politicians weigh in on Kavanaugh hearings

Mississippi's congressmen, senators, businessmen, and elected office candidates are taking to social media to react to the Judge Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings on Thursday. Here's what...

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