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Based on absentee ballots, Mississippi on pace for very high turnout tomorrow

This morning the Secretary of State's office announced that 58,070 absentee ballots had been requested by voting Mississippians for the November 5 General Election....

BARBOUR – When I was governor, Jim Hood made it hard to recruit businesses...

Although they don’t live in Mississippi and can’t vote for him, Jim Hood has some very big supporters rooting for him in this year’s...

Things to know before Election Day, November 5

Polls open for the 2019 General Election at 7 a.m. Tuesday, November 5, 2019.  Mississippians can cast a ballot for statewide, state district, legislative,...

“You want Tate Reeves,” President Trump urges voters to support Reeves for Governor

President Donald J. Trump visited Mississippi on Friday night in support of Republican candidate for governor, Tate Reeves. The President spoke to a capacity...

No injunction granted for pre-emptive election lawsuit

The Clarion Ledger is reporting that federal District Judge Dan Jordan has denied an injunction regarding the constitutionality of Mississippi's election law. The lawsuit was...

Auditor Makes Two Arrests in Smith County in Separate Cases

Today Auditor Shad White announced Special Agents from his office have arrested two former public employees in Smith County after concluding separate investigations. Helen...

McRae Joins Governor Bryant for North Mississippi Bus Tour Ending at Trump Rally

Republican candidate for State Treasurer David McRae will join Governor Phil Bryant and other GOP candidates on a bus tour tomorrow (Friday, November 1st)...

Hyde-Smith statement on House impeachment resolution vote

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today issued the following statement regarding the Democratic resolution passed by the House of Representatives to establish rules for...

Jim Hood and Tate Reeves lay out competing views of Mississippi at MEC’s HobNob

Hobnob 2019 hosted by the Mississippi Economic Council featured candidates in all statewide elections along with a capstone sit down with Governor Bryant and...

Wicker Statement on House Impeachment Vote

U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., today issued the following statement following a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to launch an impeachment inquiry...

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