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Voting Precinct Goes Dark Briefly

Updated: 11/06/2007 - The voting precinct at the Lauderdale County Courthouse, as well as parts of downtown Meridian, lost power for a time Tuesday morning.

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Clarke Voters Decide Twelve Races

Updated: 11/06/2007 - A dozen races are being decided in Clarke County, Miss., Tuesday, the most of any county in east Mississippi.

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Mississippi Voters Go to Polls

Updated: 11/06/2007 - Judging from reports around Mississippi, voter turnout is mixed in early voting Tuesday.

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Eaves Makes Meridian Campaign Stop

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Gubernatorial candidate, John Arthur Eaves, Jr., a Democrat, included Meridian in a series of campaign stops on the eve of election day..

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Reeves Campaigns in Meridian

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Mississippi state treasurer, Tate Reeves, spent time campaigning in Lauderdale County.

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Democrats Huddle in Meridian

Posted: 10/30/2007 - With statewide elections only a week away, Democrats gathered to spread their message to voters.

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Supervisor's Race Proves Expensive

Posted: 10/26/2007 - Combined campaign spending by two candidates for supervisor in Madison County, Miss., this year topped $156,000.

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Bryant, Franks, Spar in Corinth

Updated: 10/25/2007 - The two candidates for Mississippi lieutenant governor praised industrial development, but disagree on who should get the credit for it.

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Eaves Defends His Record

Posted: 10/18/2007 - Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Arthur Eaves said Thursday that he's proud of his legal career that includes filing lawsuits against the U.S. military.

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Tuck Has New Job Lined Up

Posted: 10/17/2007 - Mississippi's outgoing lieutenant governor has found a new job at Mississippi State University.

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Bryant Endorsed by State Associations

Posted: 10/16/2007 - Republican lieutenant governor candidate, Phil Bryant, said he is happy to receive endorsements from state associations that "create jobs and economic growth" in Mississippi.

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Is Gaming Influencing Elected Officials?

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Posted: 10/15/2007 - Gaming has brought almost $4 billion in revenue to Mississippi since it was approved here in the early 1990s. But is the industry influencing our elected officials?

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Public Meets the Candidates

Updated: 10/16/2007 - With the general election just weeks away, voters in Meridian had the chance to meet the candidates right here at home.

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Hopkins: "Blue Star Symbolizes My Service"

Updated: 10/15/2007 - Al Hopkins, a Republican candidate for Mississippi attorney general, has removed a blue star from the top of his Web site after the campaign of Democrat Jim Hood tipped off the Dallas Cowboys.

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