Tuesday, September 25, 2018

McDaniel legal strategy: nullify runoff results by casting doubt

Even if he can’t find enough invalid votes, McDaniel could seek a legal challenge on the basis of Barbour’s racial super PAC ads Mississippi State Senator...

College GOP chairman resigns – cites 35 tea partiers screaming in...

College GOP chairman resigns, joining DemocratsAlvarez's resignation comes after the MFCR board decided not to remove Kolby Busby from the organization. Busby faced impeachment...

Early Summer Breakfast

One of my favorite breakfasts is blueberries from my yard, peaches from Cherry Creek Orchard in Pontotoc, blackberries from another grower at MidTown Farmer’s...

NAACP MS President says they will immediately ask Cochran for renewal...

NAACP Mississippi State President Derrick Johnson said in an interview that they are looking for Cochran’s support. “Two things that we think should come...

Evidence continues to mount that “crossover” voters had no intention of...

Although Cochran may not have seemed like a natural choice for many black voters, Rep. Benny Thompson said that he was the better alternative....

STUART STEVENS: How Cochran Won

Stuart Stevens: How Thad Cochran Pulled Off a Win Over Chris McDaniel (Simple, Really)No trick strategies were necessary to push the incumbent over...

STUART STEVENS: How Cochran Won

Stuart Stevens: How Thad Cochran Pulled Off a Win Over Chris McDaniel (Simple, Really)No trick strategies were necessary to push the incumbent over...

McDaniel to challenge? @FoxNews says there’s a strategy

McDaniel unveils strategy to seek another runoff against Sen. CochranVolunteers working for tea party challenger Chris McDaniel in Mississippi say they have already found...

CRAWFORD: Notion of voting for the man, not the party about...

BILL CRAWFORD: Good-bye to open primariesOnce upon a time, Mississippians were fiercely independent. We didn’t want any outsiders telling us what to do. We...

CRAWFORD: Notion of voting for the man, not the party about...

BILL CRAWFORD: Good-bye to open primariesOnce upon a time, Mississippians were fiercely independent. We didn’t want any outsiders telling us what to do. We...