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MS Senate Primary Update: Tea Party Group Files Lawsuit Against MS SoS, GOP

From But a lawsuit filed Tuesday by True the Vote, the Tea Party nonprofit at the center of the IRS targeting scandal, could force the facts about voting in the run-off out into the open. True the Vote claims in its suit that the Mississippi secretary of state and the state’s GOP “failed to […]

MS Senate Primary Update: Allegations of 1,000+ Illegal Votes, Officials Barring Reviews, Corrupt GOP Establishment?

Update: Not only is the DailyMail beginning to rather extensively report on the below, but apparently “‘Several’ Republican senators reportedly uneasy with GOP’s tactics in Mississippi runoff.” Ya think? I have my thoughts below. TheGatewayPundit has been taking serious point on Chris McDaniel’s campaign continuing to investigate alleged shenanigans by — of all organizations — the […]

McDaniel’s Not Conceding; Suggests Illegal Dem Vote for Cochran by Way of GOP Leadership

Full audio from The Mark Levin Show at link: We haven’t conceded and we’re not going to concede right now. We’re going to investigate. Naturally sometimes it’s difficult to contest an election, obviously, but we do know that 35,000 Democrats crossed over. And we know many of those Democrats did vote in the Democratic primary […]

MS Tea Party Hosting Post-Runoff Press Conference

Regardless of what State Senator Chris McDaniel may or may not formally do in response to yesterday’s runoff election for the GOP Senate primary, the Mississippi Tea Party is providing their own response: The Ms Tea Party will hold a press conference tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 PM lower level of the Capitol with comment on […]

Senator Cochran Wins MS Senate Primary by 6,000 Votes

For the first time in 30 years, turnout during the Mississippi Senate runoff was 10% higher than the primary: But conventional wisdom also went down to defeat Tuesday night. Turnout was nearly 10 percent higher than it was in the first round earlier this month. And a man who had spent 42 years in Congress […]