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special senate election
Midterms Overtime: Mississippi Gears Up for a Competitive Senate Runoff
Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith is the favorite, but her racially tinged gaffes may have created an opening for Democrat Mike Espy.
Cindy Hyde-Smith Set to Be Mississippi’s Next U.S. Senator
A rural conservative and former Democrat, Hyde-Smith will get a tough challenge from right-winger Chris McDaniel and then from Democrat Mike Espy.
Thad Cochran to Resign From Senate, Shaking Up Mississippi Politics
There will be two Senate seats from Mississippi up this November, with GOP Governor Phil Bryant controlling the landscape.
Trump Endorses Another GOP Senator Facing a Perilous Primary Battle
Trump unsuccessfully backed Alabama’s Luther Strange against a field of more Trumpian rivals. Now he’s making a similar play in Mississippi.
McConnell Pitched a Scheme to Fill an Ailing Senator’s Seat: Report
It involved the governor of Mississippi appointing himself to the Senate.
The Republican Civil War Might Be Coming to Mississippi in 2018
Senator Thad Cochran is rumored to be stepping down soon due to poor health. The race to replace him could get wild.
Trump Keeps Talking About a ‘Hospitalized’ Senator That Doesn’t Exist
The president’s imaginative excuse for the GOP’s inability to repeal Obamacare is fiction.
Tea Partier Claims He Won Mississippi Primary
He’d like to be named the winner, without another election.
6 Primaries to Watch: Rangel’s Rematch and Who Might Be ‘Cantored’
Everything you need to know about Tuesday’s elections.
Republican Senator Fondly Recalls Doing ‘Indecent Things With Animals’
Thad Cochran strikes again.
Republican Says He Hadn’t Heard About Cantor
He may have been being sarcastic.
Mississippi Republicans Angry With Each Other for Some Reason
Department of Narcissism of Small Differences.