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Cocooning – A look at the MS Senate special election 30 days out

Four weeks from today, Americans will go to the polls in the mid-term elections. Mississippi has two US Senate seats on the ballot.  The regularly...

State Rep. Hughes gives Democratic Response to Gov. Bryant’s State of the State

DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE TO THE GOVERNOR’S STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS Given by Rep. Jay Hughes “The state of the state is “Same Old, Same Old.” I love...

Oktibbeha County’s Chancery Clerk, Circuit Clerk runoff election results

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY RUNOFF ELECTION RESULTS Tony Rook has the lead for Oktibbeha County Circuit clerk with 2,955 votes. His running mate, Teresa Davis has 2,836 votes. For...

Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton announces run for Secretary of State

Current Southern District Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton made waves at the State Capitol on Monday.  After flirting with running for an already crowded...

BIPEC breaks down method behind Legislative Scorecard

Derek Easley, current President and CEO of BIPEC, explains the history behind and methodology to the BIPEC Legislative Scorecard. You can view the most recent...

Daylight Saving, all year round! #billoftheday

It's not the first time the Mississippi Legislature has seen a this bill. Authored by Senator Jolly, SB 2004 would allow for Mississippi to...

@MSGOP Chair @LucienSmith Congratulates Senator-elect Neil Whaley

RELEASE MSGOP Congratulates Senator-elect Neil Whaley JACKSON – Chairman Lucien Smith issued the following statement tonight congratulating Neil Whaley on his victory in the special election...

Bond Commission votes to access $50 million for immediate infrastructure needs

Gov. Phil Bryant and the Mississippi Bond Commission voted this afternoon allow short term borrowing of the $50 million bond bill, for immediate infrastructure...

BIPEC releases 2018 Legislator Scorecard – How did your legislators do?

BIPEC (Business and Industry Political Education Committee) has released its Legislator “Business & Jobs” Report Card for the 2018 legislative session.  The BIPEC Report...

Wicker, Hyde-Smith Request Return to Reagan-Era Title X Regulations to Prevent Taxpayer Funding of...

Miss. Senators Assert Current Regulations Undermine Law Preventing Federal Funding for Abortions U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., are among 41 Senators...

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