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Gov. Bryant: “It’s the most difficult job you’ll ever have, but if you work...

As a young man, Governor Phil Bryant said he never imagined himself ever running for an office. His heart was in law enforcement and...

Lawmakers gavel in for the 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session

The 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session kicked off today. The old and new slew of Senators and Representatives made their way to Jackson to begin...

Hyde-Smith reflects on time in D.C. and looks to upcoming 2020 campaign

When Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith was appointed to the U.S. Senate in 2018 she faced a sudden life change with working in D.C. as well...

Will a Republican be the tiebreaker to hire Mike Espy for Madison County Board...

With the start of a new term, Supervisors in all 82 counties in Mississippi will consider various appointments, such as Administrator, County Engineer, and...

Y’all Politics names Frank Corder as Managing Editor

Frank Corder has assumed the role of Managing Editor of Y'all Politics as of January 1, 2020. Corder is no stranger to readers of Y’all...

Mississippi 2020 Elections in Sight

Qualifying begins this week for the 2020 elections in Mississippi. Candidates running for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Mississippi State Supreme Court, and...

Rep. Johnson retires from current State House seat – or did he?

In a letter dated December 3, State Representative Robert Johnson authored a letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Philip Gunn, notifying...

MS Republicans oppose impeachment – Rep. Bennie Thompson “proud” to vote for it

The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to impeach President Donald Trump, making him just the third sitting United States President to be charged...

MEC Capital Day set for January 9

The Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) is made up of a diverse group of business owners across the state. They are essentially the voice of...

Lt. Governor-elect Delbert Hosemann said he will hit the ground running in Session 2020

Lt. Governor-elect and current Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann outlined several key issues he plans to see addressed during the 2020 Legislative Session. Hosemann said...

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