President Donald Trump will make a trip to Tupelo, Mississippi Friday to rally for conservatives in the state just a few days before Election Day. Party leaders are hoping for a bump as the race comes down to the wire.
In a letter to poll workers Thursday, elections administrator Linda Phillips said the election commission will adhere to the judge’s order permitting campaign workers have no campaign material with them or are wearing anything campaign-related.
The country is dealing with tremendous loss after two mass shootings over the weekend. We asked the lawmakers representing the Mid-South what can be done to prevent this horrific violence in the future.
A newly filed federal lawsuit claims Mississippi’s method of electing statewide offices, like governor, is racist. One of the plaintiffs at the center of the suit lives in Desoto County. And for him, the issue is personal.
On Thursday, more than a century later, four black Mississippians sued in federal court to put an end to what they say is a racially discriminatory system, unique in the U.S. and deliberately aimed at thwarting the election of African Africans.
Arkansas lawmakers have sent Gov. Asa Hutchinson legislation cutting off funding to “sanctuary cities” that don’t cooperate with federal immigration authorities over his objections that the measure could open the door to racial profiling.
Arkansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal to remove or alter any military or historical monument on public property, including Confederate monuments, unless a state commission agrees to the changes