Many political figures were celebrating the 4th of July stumping for votes at the Jacinto Festival.
Loved speaking in Jacinto today. A Mississippi tradition! pic.twitter.com/8zXQz7alCH
— Sen. Chris McDaniel (@senatormcdaniel) July 5, 2018
Lt. Gov. Reeves speaks at Jacinto on the 4th
Great to see friends from Alcorn, Tishomingo, Itawamba, Prentiss, Tippah, Lee and Union Counties at Jacinto, a Mississippi #fourthofjuly must-stop for serious potential candidates. Good folks who believe in our state in Northeast Mississippi! pic.twitter.com/90UNUzmAx9
— Tate Reeves (@tatereeves) July 4, 2018
Congressman Kelly stumps at Jacinto
— Trent Kelly (@RepTrentKelly) July 4, 2018
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith was in Tupelo for a meet and greet. It was one of a few stops for the new senator.
Hyde-Smith tells WTVA that filling Senator Thad Cochran’s shoes is tough, but she’s proud of what’s being done in Washington.
“So many things that we’re doing are so positive,” said Hyde-Smith. “We got the Farm Bill off the Senate Floor, now it will go to the conference, which is really important to Mississippi because it is our largest industry.
It was great talking at Jacinto today and celebrating America’s birthday in north Mississippi! pic.twitter.com/UnQgj9UMNg
— Cindy Hyde-Smith (@cindyhydesmith) July 4, 2018
Northern PSC Presley visits Jacinto
Every year that I’ve been a state elected official, I’ve travelled to Alcorn Co. on July 4th to speak at the Jacinto Courthouse. I’m my speech, I gave the crowd my cell phone number so they could get in touch with me directly. You should have it too! It’s 662-401-3985. Happy 4th! pic.twitter.com/YJm79ffn50
— Brandon Presley (@BrandonPresley) July 4, 2018
Sen. Hyde-Smith says abolishing ICE would be a disaster for national security
Abolishing ICE would be a disaster for national security and mean the end of our borders. Instead of opening America to crime, drugs, and terrorism, we should be showing ICE agents respect for risking their lives to keep us safe! https://t.co/jvhE5LlrBc
— Cindy Hyde-Smith (@cindyhydesmith) July 3, 2018
Sen. Wicker sends Independence Day greeting
— Roger Wicker (@RogerWicker) July 4, 2018