TUPELO • The most well-funded candidate in the race to be Mississippi’s next governor flexed a little campaign muscle Friday and formally opened a dedicated field office in Tupelo.
Local stories of interest
TUPELO • In a three-way Republican primary for an open attorney general’s seat, incumbent Treasurer Lynn Fitch has the fundraising advantage.
TUPELO • With voters heading to the polls this year for state and county elections, local leaders are taking steps to keep long lines at congested precincts moving quickly.
TUPELO • If he’s elected secretary of state, Sam Britton pledges to focus squarely on economic development and income growth in the state.
TUPELO • Attorney general candidate Mark Baker has falsely claimed the endorsement of at least two sheriffs, including Lee County’s Jim Johnson.
TUPELO • Sidestepping his Republican primary opponents, gubernatorial candidate Tate Reeves blasted “national liberal extremists” and focused fire on Democrat Jim Hood during a Tupelo campaign stop.
TUPELO • A candidate for legislative office in Northeast Mississippi has discovered errors in local election records that will likely end her campaign.