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MSGOP Statement on 2014 Runoff Results

Posted by: on Jul 9, 2014 | No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 7, 2014

CONTACT:
Bobby Morgan: Bobby@msgop.org (601-948-5191)

The Mississippi Republican Party has transmitted the compiled vote totals from each county to the Secretary of State’s office as required by law.

Results from the June 24th Republican Primary Runoff are as follows:

U.S. Senate:

Sen. Thad Cochran – 194,932
State Sen. Chris McDaniel – 187,265

Madison County Chancery Clerk:

David Overby – 8,737
Ronny Lott – 9,741

Rankin County Constable District 4:

Charles A. Lindsay, Jr. – 4,041
Gary Windham – 4,591

* These numbers were submitted to the MS Secretary of State’s Office on July 7, 2014 but remain subject to minor adjustments.

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MSGOP Chairman Comments on Congressman Bennie Thompson

Posted by: on Apr 30, 2014 | No Comments

Chairman Joe Nosef Comments on Congressman Bennie Thompson

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 30, 2014

CONTACT:
Bobby Morgan: Bobby@msgop.org (601-948-5191)

JACKSON—MSGOP Chairman Joe Nosef issued the following statement on Congressman Bennie Thompson’s recent comments:

“Congressman Thompson made so many inflammatory, racist remarks about Mississippians & others that I unfortunately can’t comment on all of them. I will just say that over the last two 1/2 years of traveling this state nonstop I have heard about every reason under the sun to oppose Obama with the exception of any reason having to do with his race. And Congressman Thompson’s allegation that Governor Bryant opposes Medicaid expansion “just because a black man created it” is the mother of all outrageous statements. And the sad thing is since Mississippi Democrats have not disavowed his comments, they must agree. No wonder Democrat elected officials in Mississippi can’t change parties fast enough.”

Congressman Thompson’s remarks:

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From The Desk of State Sen. Angela Hill
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From The Desk of State Sen. Angela Hill

Posted by: on Apr 28, 2014 | No Comments

Republican Leadership Conference 2014/ Common Core Panel Special Pricing

Hello Fellow Patriots,

This is Senator Angela Hill of District 40 MS. Most of you know I have been working relentlessly to get Common Core stopped in MS as well as in other states. I, along with Senator Michael Watson and Senator Tony Smith, have been given the unique opportunity to be on the official program at the Republican Leadership Conference in NOLA the last weekend in May. We will present a panel discussion on Common Core. Governor Jindal has recently spoken out definitively in the Baton Rouge Advocate regarding his opposition to Common Core’s Federal involvement and his resolve to get LA out of the Federal Testing Consortium known as PARCC. MS is also a member of PARCC.

Matt Williamson – Enterprise-Journal: Senate primary heats up
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Matt Williamson – Enterprise-Journal: Senate primary heats up

Posted by: on Apr 1, 2014 | No Comments

With longtime Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran facing what is arguably the fiercest primary challenge of his career in the form of tea party-backed state Sen. Chris McDaniel, Republican Party chairman Joe Nosef is playing a balancing act at the podium.

In an appearance at the McComb Exchange Club Thursday, Nosef spoke no ill words about Cochran or McDaniel in the hotly contested race.

The election is being billed in the national press as one of several contests pitting upstart tea party candidates against incumbents who have long sat comfortably in the ranks of the Republican establishment.