2 weeks ago
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Long Beach Mayoral Candidate Forum

Tonight…Long Beach residents have an opportunity to meet all the candidates running for mayor. Last fall, long-term Mayor Billy Skellie announced after 13 years he would not be running for re-election. Starting at 6 at USM Gulf Park’s Fleming Education Center, the mayor candidates will be on hand for a forum, fielding questions. There are […]
3 weeks ago
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Candidate Meet And Greet Jackson County

A local democratic organization is doing its part to make sure Jackson County residents are ready for municipal elections this summer. The Democratic Women’s Federation of Jackson County are inviting democratic voters from Pascagoula, Moss Point, Gautier and Ocean Springs out to gulf coast’s Jackson County Campus tonight. The federation is hosting a meet and […]
3 weeks ago
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Long Beach mayoral candidate holds meet and greet

Mayor Billy Skelly is not running for re-election in the City of Long Beach. Tonight, one of the men looking to replace him in office held a meet and greet. Gary Ponthieux has lived in Long Beach for 30 years. Ponthieux is in his third term as alderman, but prior to that he served on […]
1 month ago
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Website Helps You Get To Know Candidates

When municipal elections roll around, it can be hard to get to know all the candidates running for office, but some residents in Bay St. Louis are wanting to change that. Shoe-fly magazine is starting a non-partisan website aimed to help out residents during election time. The website will be used to help residents get […]
1 month ago
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Congressional candidate public meeting in Ocean Springs

One man aspiring to revamp government within the state of Mississippi held a town hall meeting at Ocean Springs Middle School this evening. Congressional candidate E. Brian Rose hosted the hour long event. His goal was to share his point of view and hear feedback from residents on important issues facing South Mississippi and the […]
2 months ago
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Mario King announces mayor campaign for Moss Point

Another person enters the 2017 race for Moss Point mayor, hoping to revamp the River City and improve it’s reputation. Twenty-nine year-old Moss Point native Mario King officially launched his campaign this afternoon at Trend Setters barber shop on Main Street. His campaign is built on five pillars he feels are in critical need of […]
2 months ago
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MS Secretary Of State On Coast Today

Mississippi Secretary Of State Delbert Hoseman is on the Coast today. Hoseman is expected to address the millions of budget cuts recently made to the state’s budget. He was set to address the Rotary Club at Great Southern Club starting at noon. Earlier this week, Governor Phil Bryant announced the fifth round of cuts in […]
2 months ago
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Wicker Meets with Supreme Court Nominee

US Senator Roger Wicker met with President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, this morning. After the meeting, Senator Wicker talked about the judge’s track record and why he thinks he’d be perfect for our nation’s supreme court. Wicker said Gorsuch has issued a number of decisions and publications that suggest he […]
2 months ago
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New Candidate for Mayor Wants to Bring Change to Ocean Springs

There’s a new candidate running for mayor in Ocean Springs and his focus is change. Local businessman and conservative Republican Shea Dobson officially announced his candidacy for mayor in front of the civic center in Ocean Springs this morning. Dobson is a longtime supporter of the conservative movement in our state. Raised in Ocean Springs, […]
3 months ago
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Campaign Finance Mississippi

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has cleaned out his campaign fund, putting most of the money into a political action committee. The republican can’t seek a third term in 2019 and says he has no ambition to seek other statewide offices. Campaign finance reports filed this week show $760,764 has been moved from the friends of […]