Neshoba last big chance to impact primaries

Over the July Fourth weekend at the Neshoba County Fairgrounds, every available light pole, blank barn wall, fence posts and stump of any size was already covered with political signs from the ground up as high as ladders would reach – along with the fair cabin walls and porches of those willing to openly declare their voting intentions.

That was a month before the 122nd Neshoba County Fair opened for business.

This week, the Founder’s Square Pavilion at Neshoba is once again Mississippi’s political epicenter. Here’s one longtime fairgoer and political observer’s take on the political fare that awaits patrons who visit Neshoba for the political speeches:

Clarion Ledger