George Green, left, shakes hands with Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel as he steps off his campaign bus at the Municipal Complex in Columbus Tuesday evening. McDaniel is one of four candidates in a nonpartisan race to replace longtime U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran, who is retiring.
Responding to a question about black voters, a white U.S. Senate candidate in Mississippi said Friday that the state has been “begging for federal government scraps” for 100 years and is still “dead last.”
The two billionaire mega donors poured $1.25 million into a super PAC that was supposed to supercharge Chris McDaniel’s insurgent bid to be Mississippi’s next Republican senator.
A U.S. Senate candidate in Mississippi said Wednesday that he’s filing an Internal Revenue Service complaint against a group that complained to the Federal Election Commission about him.
A nonpartisan group says in a complaint to the Federal Election Commission that a super PAC has been improperly organizing and funding activities for a Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Mississippi.
Mississippi’s Republican governor said Thursday that his decision about appointing a new U.S. senator won’t be influenced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell or other GOP leaders in Washington, but he believes his appointee will receive campaign help from the president and vice president.
With a rare opportunity to run for either of two U.S. Senate seats, an insurgent Mississippi Republican switched targets Wednesday.
Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel has launched his second campaign for U.S. Senate, four years after refusing to concede the first.
Ask any dog owner and he will tell you to be careful where you keep the anti-freeze.
Mississippi state lawmaker Chris McDaniel, who lost a bitter Republican primary to the state’s senior U.S. senator in 2014, said Wednesday that he is challenging the state’s other Republican senator, Roger Wicker.