Well, here we are. Both candidates ended up with about 49 percent of the vote. Any leads are minimal, at this point — the tune of less than 100 votes by last count. That said, here are my takeaways from last night. Place your bets on McDaniel Let’s get this out of the way so…Keep Reading
The antitax Club for Growth on Wednesday called on Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) to end his campaign a day after a too-close-to-call primary against tea party-backed Chris McDaniel that could be headed to a runoff. “Yesterday’s historic vote makes it clear that Mississippians are ready to turn the page to a new generation of bold,…Keep Reading
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FactCheck.org reported today that a pro-Cochran super PAC “falsely claims state Sen. Chris McDaniel has “the worst attendance record in the state Senate,” and exaggerates the importance of votes he missed.” “By no measure, did McDaniel have the “worst attendance record” in 2010.” The pro-Cochran super PAC “is cherry picking — and not doing a…Keep Reading
On his Tuesday radio show, conservative talker Mark Levin took on the controversy surrounding Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) and the allegations that his opponent, Republican senatorial hopeful State Sen. Chris McDaniel’s campaign was implicated in a rogue operative taking images of Cochran’s wife, who is suffering from dementia at a Mississippi nursing home. Levin charged…Keep Reading
Chris McDaniel, a Mississippi State Senator, is challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) in a June 3 primary election that will determine who’ll occupy that seat in the next three Congresses. (The Democrats have a negligible chance of winning the seat in the fall election.) McDaniel was elected to Mississippi’s state senate in November,…Keep Reading
Some things are timeless and should not be changed. They should remain permanent because they cannot be improved. Our Bill of Rights, the Pledge of Allegiance, our National Anthem – all examples of items that I believe cannot be perfected. Because they already are. I’ve been in the IT industry my entire 33-year professional career.…Keep Reading
Having just graduated from this year’s class of Leadership Gulf Coast, I have been thinking more about what leadership looks likes. I think a candidate’s policy ideas are as important as their leadership capacity, but the only way to compare and contrast policy is through a face-to-face debate.In this year’s Republican U.S. Senate primary we…Keep Reading
Chris joins Glenn Beck to discuss recent false allegations, the fight between the people of Mississippi vs. establishment elite and the campaign trail.