Pro-Business Politicians You Should Consider Electing

Derek Easley – President & CEO of BIPEC (Business and Industry Political Education Committee) – stops by the studio to break down BIPEC decides which candidates are the best choice for a pro-business atmosphere in the Magnolia State, and if you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – 

Latest Polling Numbers for the Upcoming Elections

Alan Lange(Founder of Y’all Politics) joined the conversation to discuss some polling numbers that have come out in recent weeks and to talk about why the results haven’t been reported on by the majority of local Mississippi media. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Allan Lange, YallPolitics, joins … Continue reading “Latest Polling Numbers for the Upcoming Elections”

TODAY is the LAST DAY to Register to Vote

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann joined the conversation by phone to discuss the importance of getting registered to vote, because the deadline is TODAY(Monday, July 8th, 2019), and if you don’t register to vote, you can’t take part in the upcoming elections. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Robert Foster Making a Run for Governor

Mississippi Representative Robert Foster has thrown his hat in the ring for the upcoming gubernatorial election for the Magnolia State, and he is facing down several seasoned Republicans in the Primary. Foster made his way into the studio to sit down with JT and discuss his platform that he’s promoting on the campaign trail. If … Continue reading “Robert Foster Making a Run for Governor”

2019 Political Candidates

The Mississippi Primary Election is Tuesday, August 6 and here are the candidates who qualified to run for state office: Governor Democrat: Jim Hood, Robert Shuler Smith, William Bond Compton Jr, Michael Brown, Robert J. Ray, Velesha Williams, Gregory Wash, Phillip West, Albert Wilson. Republican: Robert Foster, Tate Reeves, Bill Waller Jr. Independent: David R. … Continue reading “2019 Political Candidates”

State GOP Chair Lucien Smith on @TheJTShow

Lucien Smith(State Chair – Mississippi Republican Party) stopped by the studio to sit down with JT and discuss the wacky world of politics in the Magnolia State and to breakdown some of the elections that will become a big topic once the 2019 Legislative Session winds down. If you missed Lucien Smith’s conversation with JT, … Continue reading “State GOP Chair Lucien Smith on @TheJTShow”

SuperTalk Mississippi to air Senate Debate between Espy and Hyde-Smith

SuperTalk Mississippi will air the U.S. Senate Special Election Runoff Debate between Mike Espy and Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith. The debate takes place Tuesday, November 20 at 7 p.m. It will air live on select SuperTalk Mississippi Stations and on the SuperTalk Mississippi stream. SuperTalk Mississippi will then replay the debate Friday, November 23 at 9am … Continue reading “SuperTalk Mississippi to air Senate Debate between Espy and Hyde-Smith”

BREAKING: Jay Hughes to run for Lieutenant Governor

State Representative Jay Hughes (D, District 12) announced on The Gallo Radio Show Thursday morning that he’s running for Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi. He talked about the need for better education, mental health care and fixing the failing roads and bridges in the state of Mississippi. Hughes also said that while he’s a Democrat, he’s … Continue reading “BREAKING: Jay Hughes to run for Lieutenant Governor”

BREAKING: Rep. Mark Baker announces Attorney General bid on @PaulGalloShow

Representative Mark Baker announced on The Gallo Radio Show that he will run for the office of Attorney General in the November 2019 election. “It’s no secret that I’ve felt like for some time that the office of the Attorney General is not what it should be,” Baker said. “And we’ve made some changes, we … Continue reading “BREAKING: Rep. Mark Baker announces Attorney General bid on @PaulGalloShow”

Sid Salter Stops by the JT Show

Sid Salter, syndicated columnist and Chief Communications Officer/Director of the Office of Public Affairs at Mississippi State University, stopped by the JT show to discuss his thoughts on the scuttlebutt swirling around the upcoming elections, and he and JT couldn’t help but talk a little bit about Mississippi State athletics(especially the undefeated Lady Bulldogs)! If you … Continue reading “Sid Salter Stops by the JT Show”