To nobody’s surprise, the liberal media opposes my fight for the people of Mississippi. What do you think? If you believe that the integrity of our elections is worth fighting for, then please stand with me and donate to the Election Challenge Fund today.

Earlier this week, the editorial board of the Washington Post said I should concede the primary runoff election. If it surprises you that the liberal media wants to shut us down, then you haven’t been paying close enough attention.

This election challenge isn’t about making friends. It isn’t about my political career, and it isn’t about what is best for the establishment wing of the Republican Party.

This is about ensuring the validity of Mississippi’s elections and making sure that the candidate Republicans voted for represents us in the general election this November.

Ever since I decided to run of U.S. Senate, both Democrats and liberal Republicans have been telling me to give up. They have always thought I was crazy for challenging a 35-year incumbent senator.

And here’s the thing – if I give up, then they’re right.

If I give up, it means whoever has the most money and power in Washington can win any election, using any means necessary. It means that if you have enough friends in high places, you can use shady tactics to steal an election from the voters.

This won’t be the last time I’m attacked by the liberal media, and I’m committed to keep up this fight until the end. I believe that our elections are worth fighting for, and I bet you do too. If you do, then please take a moment to contribute to our Election Challenge Fund.

This court battle will be expensive, and it only just beginning. We won’t be able to do it without the help of conservatives everywhere.

I assure you, this fight is far from over. With your support, I will make sure that we discover the truth about last month’s primary runoff election.

In Liberty,

Chris McDaniel