UPDATE – Certified 2020 General Election Results

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After publishing certified 2020 General Election results to our website Thursday, our office received notice that Coahoma County decertified their results due to minor...

American Conservative Union supporting criminal justice reform in Mississippi

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David Safavian with the American Conservative Union joined Y'all Politics on Tuesday to talk about SB 2795, the Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act. He...

PEER releases report on MDOC spending, inventory

Read where tax dollars are going in the Corrections system in Mississippi. On Friday, the Mississippi Legislative PEER Committee released a report titled "Issue Brief:...

Governor Reeves signs Teacher Pay Raise, looks for more next year

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Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves announced on Twitter Monday evening that he had signed the teacher pay raise bill into law giving most educators a...

Bill of the Day: Preserving Mississippi’s historic sites

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A bill offered by Senator Hopson would create the Mississippi Historic Site Preservation Fund and would ensure Mississippi's historic locations remain that way for...

Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act could restore integrity to pregnant inmates

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The Dignity for Incarcerated Women's Act could restore the integrity, as well as provide some comfort for pregnant women who are in prison. HB...

EMPOWER: Gov. Reeves issues School Choice Week proclamation

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Gov. Tate Reeves has issued a proclamation designating January 24-30, 2021 as School Choice Week in the state of Mississippi. At the same time,...

2020 General Election Day Reminders

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Polls for the 2020 General Election open at 7 a.m. Tuesday, November 3, and close at 7 p.m. Any voter in line at 7...

Presley: PSC Charges Five Companies with Alleged No-Call Violations, Possible $500,000 in Fines

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Today, Commissioner Brandon Presley announced that the Mississippi Public Service Commission has charged five companies with 78 alleged violations of the Mississippi No-Call law. The...

SOS: 2020 General Election Absentee Report – Week 4

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As of Sunday, October 25, 2020, the Statewide Election Management System (SEMS) reported a total of 169,087 absentee ballots requested, 165,846 absentee ballots sent, and 142,591 absentee ballots received in the state...

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