State Senator Michael Watson Shares His Vision For The Office of Secretary of State

State Sen. Michael Watson (R) joined the Gallo Show Wednesday morning to talk about his campaign to become Mississippi’s next secretary of state. The contest for the Republican nomination for secretary of state between Senator Watson and Southern District Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton of Laurel has become one of the most heated during the … Continue reading “State Senator Michael Watson Shares His Vision For The Office of Secretary of State”

GOP Gubernatorial Debate Replay: Candidates Address Differences On Taxes, Medicaid, and More

All three candidates working to grab the GOP nomination in the race for Mississippi governor faced off Tuesday night in their only debate ahead of the August 6 primary. Former state Supreme Court Justice Bill Waller Jr. and state Rep. Robert Foster have debated twice before. During the course of the debate, perceived frontrunner Mississippi … Continue reading “GOP Gubernatorial Debate Replay: Candidates Address Differences On Taxes, Medicaid, and More”

GOP Debate Fireworks Between Secretary of State Candidates

Two high profile Republicans are vying for the office of Secretary of State. Sam Britton and Michael Watson debated live during the Gallo Show this morning. They presented their thoughts and beliefs on what the Secretary of State’s office should and should not be handling, their political positions and what they will do once in … Continue reading “GOP Debate Fireworks Between Secretary of State Candidates”

Robert Shuler Smith Talks About Gubernatorial Campaign

Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith is running to be Mississippi’s next governor. In the Democratic primary, he’ll be facing off against Attorney General Jim Hood. But what makes this primary so interesting is that the Attorney General’s office has unsuccessfully tried to prosecute Robert Shuler Smith three times. Shuler joined the Gallo Show … Continue reading “Robert Shuler Smith Talks About Gubernatorial Campaign”