Whether it is libertarian supporters of Republican former state Sen. Melanie Sojourner or fans of former Democratic state Rep.
One of the real truisms in Mississippi politics is that we really like elections and voting. The old saying about Mississippians by and large preferring to elect all their officials is pretty much true.
STARKVILLE — The attorney who pleaded guilty to embezzling $400,000 from the Singing River Credit Union in Jackson County Circuit Court on Dec. 14 was once one of Mississippi’s most powerful state legislators and it’s hard to overstate the extent of his fall from power.
STARKVILLE — In what has been at times a bitter and personal political battle over the last several years, U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., and U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., have traded shots over legislation that would protect U.S.
STARKVILLE — Noxubee County election officials are the target of a federal lawsuit claiming that the county’s failure to purge its voter rolls has inflated the number of registered voters to over 1,000 more people than the county’s actual voting age population.
STARKVILLE — Let me get this straight. The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson rates an “F” grade from an independent watchdog group and is – based on their grading system – the lowest-rated hospital in Mississippi?