As centrist politics diminishes across the nation, could Mississippi find itself with a moderate in the governor’s office next year?
Maybe, although it’s unlikely they’ll call themselves that. No candidate in the Republican primary would admit to being anything but a conservative.
Mississippi has not had a Republican attorney general since the long-forgotten George E. Harris in 1877. Look for that to change in 2020.
With Attorney General Jim Hood, the lone statewide elected Democrat in Mississippi, running for governor, it leaves attorney general to be the final office to fall to GOP control.
Is anyone else just sick of what politics has become? More and more it seems like it’s less about doing what’s best for the people and all about who is wielding the most power or who can be the next celebrity politician found in a scandal.
When you really sit down and think about all of the athletic talent that comes out of the little town of Columbia and Marion County as a whole, it really is astounding.
When upon life’s billows you are tempest-tossed,
When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost,
Count your many blessings, name them one by one,