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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.

Young Republican Spotlight – Jamey Logan

Young Republican Spotlight – Jamey Logan

Posted by: on Mar 13, 2014 | No Comments


Today’s Young Republican Is Tomorrow’s Community Leader!

Jamison Logan – Nettleton, Mississippi

Jamison studied Communications with a Public Relations emphasis at Mississippi State University, where he graduated Cum Laude in the Spring of 2013. Last summer, he interned for U.S. Senator Roger Wicker in his press office in Washington, D.C. While serving in Washington, Jamison experienced several political debates, engaged in day-to-day transactions and transitions that occur in a political office atmosphere, as well as promoted Mississippi with every opportunity given. While on campus, Jamison participated in various activities such as PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America), PRAM (Public Relations Association of Mississippi), Mortar Board, and the Leadership Team for the Wesley Foundation. Currently, he is working at BancorpSouth in Tupelo, MS in Corporate Marketing as their Digital Content Manager. He also volunteers with the United Way of Northeast Mississippi and is a member of the Tupelo Young Professionals.

MSGOP Statement on the Closing of the Qualifying Deadline

Posted by: on Mar 1, 2014 | No Comments

MSGOP Statement on the Closing of the Qualifying Deadline

March 1, 2013

Bobby Morgan:

Jackson, Ms. –– The Mississippi Republican Party issued the following statement regarding the closing of the qualifying deadline for the 2014 election cycle.

The following is a list of those who have submitted qualification paperwork to the Mississippi Republican Party, as of today’s 5 p.m. deadline. The MSGOP State Executive Committee will convene within the coming days to address the issue of certifying the potential candidates.

Thad Cochran
Chris McDaniel
Thomas Carey

1st Congressional District:
Alan Nunnelee

3rd Congressional District:
Gregg Harper
Hardy Caraway

4th Congressional District:
Steven Palazzo
Ron Vincent
Tom Carter
Tavish Kelly
Gene Taylor


MSGOP Chairman Joe Nosef Responds to the President’s State of the Union Address

Posted by: on Jan 28, 2014 | No Comments

Chairman Joe Nosef Responds to the President’s State of the Union Address

January 28, 2014

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

MSGOP Chairman Joe Nosef:

“Tonight, Americans heard a clear vision from this President – a vision that is based on the following three Democrat party beliefs: 1) taxes are too low 2) government is too small and 3) our country can’t do any better than we are doing right now.

This shows just how out of touch the President and the Democrat Party are with the country and Mississippi. President Obama’s administration has hurt hardworking Americans. The President fails to recognize that the federal government cannot solve every problem this country faces. The Republican Party remains committed to building a stronger, more competitive economy that puts this country back on the right track. We will do that without government centered approaches but instead policies that rely on the resolve and exceptionalism of the American people.”