Posted: 03/06/2008 - Former President Bill Clinton plans to spend a significant amount of time in Mississippi over the next two days, campaigning for his wife and presidential candidate, Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Posted: 03/06/2008 - The third district congressional race in Mississippi has drawn a lot of attention. Nine candidates are seeking the office. Gregg Harper stumped in Meridian Thursday.
Updated: 03/06/2008 - A scheduled presidential campaign stop in Meridian by former President Bill Clinton, on behalf of his wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton, was rescheduled from Friday to Saturday.
Posted: 03/05/2008 - Mississippi supporters of Sen. Barack Obama for president, former governor Ray Mabus and Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree criticized a remark made months ago by Obama's rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Updated: 03/05/2008 - Third congressional district candidate, Charlie Ross, has picked up an endorsement from the founder of the Minutemen Project.
Posted: 03/05/2008 - An Alabama House of Representative panel voted Wednesday to let voters decide on a new state constitution.
Posted: 03/05/2008 - Mississippi is the only state with presidential primaries Mar. 11. The campaign of presidential candidate, Sen. Hillary Clinton, confirmed she will speak at a Democratic event Thursday.
Posted: 03/05/2008 - Allowing twenty-five state agencies to bypass the state Personnel Board could save taxpayers millions of dollars. But a state employees union says jobs could suffer.
Posted: 03/05/2008 - An attorney for the Mississippi Democratic Party told a federal appeals court that Democrats have a right to limit who can vote in their primaries.
Updated: 03/05/2008 - The Hillary Clinton campaign said in a statement that former President Bill Clinton would take part in events Friday in Mississippi, in the cities of Meridian, Hattiesburg and Tupelo.
Updated: 03/04/2008 - Mississippi's primary election is a week away and voters will have to make a choice of which primary in which to participate.
Updated: 03/04/2008 - Democrat Randy Eads, a candidate for the third district congressional seat, campaigned in Meridian Tuesday.
Updated: 03/03/2008 - The governors of Mississippi and Alabama joined others in the south to endorse the presidential candidacy of Sen. John McCain.
Updated: 03/03/2008 - A voter ID bill and a voter reform bill have both passed the Mississippi Senate, but all voter ID bills brought up in the House died in committee.
Updated: 02/29/2008 - Mississippi's newest U.S. senator, Roger Wicker, visited downtown Meridian and Meridian Naval Air Station Friday.
Updated: 02/28/2008 - With Democrat and Republican primaries set for Mar. 11, Mississippi election officials are preparing for them.
Posted: 02/22/2008 - Republican David Landrum produced two affidavit voting sign-in sheets Friday to show he did vote in 2003, refuting a claim made by an opponent in the third congressional district race.
Updated: 02/23/2008 - There is more talk about Gov. Haley Barbour being a potential candidate for vice-president. There is a campaign underway to draft him for that role.
Posted: 02/21/2008 - A special election is set for Apr. 22 in Mississippi's first congressional district, to fill the unexpired term of Roger Wicker.
Updated: 02/21/2008 - The Mississippi Democratic Party has invited the two Democratic presidential candidates to the 26th Annual Jefferson Jackson Hamer Day Dinner.
Updated: 02/21/2008 - Seven Republican candidates in Mississippi's third district congressional race participated in a debate in Meridian.
Updated: 02/20/2008 - Differing opinions abound on Attorney General Jim Hood's refusal to file state charges against Mississippi attorneys charged with judicial bribery.