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U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reverses District 79 election contest against House of Representatives

Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reversed the Bo Eaton election contest against the House of Representatives. They have ordered the...

McRae sets sights on Treasurer in 2019 while Lynn Fitch vies for AG’s office

This week David McRae announced to the Madison County Journal that he has set his sights to be Mississippi's next Treasurer in the 2019...

Two voter polls point to Hyde-Smith leading the #mssen special election race

Shortly after Y'all Politics conducted a four way poll of about 1,000 likely Mississippi voters (which the McDaniel campaign labeled as "fake news" and...

Whether by design or circumstances, 2018 elections are proving confusing to state voters

By: Sid Salter Confused about the 2018 elections in Mississippi? You likely aren’t alone. Mississippi voters will elect two U.S. senators in the 2018 elections. There...

Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton withdraws candidacy for #mssen special election

Mayor of Tupelo, Jason Shelton has announced he will no longer be a contender in the U.S. Senate Election. Other candidates include Republican appointed...

MJI Collaborates with Mississippi Municipal League to Warn Cities About Unconstitutional Sign Codes

During election season, city rules on “political signs” run afoul of the constitution This week the Mississippi Municipal League (MML) and the Mississippi Justice Institute...

Candidates and catfish take to Scott County for Congressional forum

Candidates for the Third District Congressional race will be in Scott County on Tuesday for the Free Fish Supper at the Magnolia Hall in...

Vicksburg Mayor Flaggs will not seek higher office

Vicksburg Mayor and former longtime state legislator George Flaggs has decided to not to seek higher office. Flaggs made his announcement on the Paul Gallo...

May 7 Congressional Primary Voter Registration Deadline Fast-Approaching

New Mississippi voters hoping to cast a ballot in the upcoming Congressional Primary Election have less than one week to send in their voter...

Democrat State Rep. Jay Hughes announces 2019 run for Lt. Governor

State Rep. Jay Hughes, an outspoken Democrat from HD-12, announced this morning on the Paul Gallo Show on SuperTalk Radio that he would be...

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