Only 50 days to go until election day! Help us keep moving FORWARD to August 6! There’s a reason that windshields are a lot bigger than rearview mirrors. That’s because we need to spend a lot more time looking forward than backwards. I believe Mississippi needs leaders as passionate
WCU, Federalist Society host Attorney General Candidate Forum Voters gathered at William Carey University June 5 to listen as two candidates for Mississippi attorney general – State Rep. Mark Baker and attorney Andy Taggart – spoke about their positions on a variety of issues. “Tonight,
By Luke Ramseth of The Clarion Ledger The Republican front-runner in the governor’s race, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, ducked the first two debates of this campaign season. And Treasurer Lynn Fitch, perhaps the best-known name in the attorney general race, also skipped the first two debates of
Media Release For Immediate Release – June 8, 2019 Contact: Shannon Warnock 601/278-6832 email@example.com Where Was Lynn? Fitch Continues To Be a No Show at Debates One lone podium stood on the stage in preparation for State Treasurer Lynn Fitch to join her fellow
By Quametra Wilborn of WDAM HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – William Carey University and The Federalist Society co-hosted the 2019 Mississippi Attorney General candidate forum Wednesday night. The event was held at the Thomas Fine Arts Auditorium on William Carey’s Hattiesburg campus.
Jackson, MS — This morning Taggart delivered the following letter to Lynn Fitch’s campaign office as well as a copy to the Mark Baker campaign and Mississippi media outlets: The Honorable Lynn Fitch P.O. Box 696 Madison, Mississippi 39130 firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Lynn: I was