PRESS RELEASE: Wesley Wilson declares his candidacy for the Republican Primary in Mississippi’s 62nd House District
PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, January 7, 2014 Richland, Miss. — Wesley Wilson of Richland has filed papers with the Mississippi Republican Party, officially declaring his candidacy for the Republican Primary in Mississippi’s 62nd House District. Fiscal responsibility, economic revival and a thriving educational system are three issues that Wilson will urge the House to address. Wilson will fight tirelessly to ensure every voice is heard and strongly represented. Wilson, a longtime resident of Richland, MS, graduate of Richland High School and Mississippi College, is ready to take a stand for his community. “This is my home, these are my neighbors, friends, andRead More
Senator Chris McDaniel launches ‘United Conservatives Fund’, will discuss future political plans on five-city tour
LAUREL, Miss. — Senator Chris McDaniel today announced a week-long series of events across Mississippi to discuss the official launch of a new state political action committee. McDaniel said the UnitedRead More
Mississippi Senator Chris McDaniel releases statement on National Religious Freedom Day
LAUREL, Miss. — Senator Chris McDaniel today released the following statement in support of National Religious Freedom Day. National Religious Freedom Day commemorates the adoption of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia StatuteRead More
Game Changer in Mississippi? Childers becomes first Democrat to sign anti-amnesty pledge.
Breitbart reports: Mississippi Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Travis Childers today became the first Democrat to sign an anti-amnesty pledge from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), a unexpected and extraordinaryRead More
Mississippi Personnel Board Director denies allegations that Gov. Bryant influenced rejection of #CommonCore testing contract.
ANM News partner MississippiPEP.com is reporting that Mississippi State Personnel Board Director Deanne Mosley issued a statement Friday night regarding the rejection of a four-year contract for Common Core testingRead More