Governor Phil Bryant joined the conversation to put to bed some rather silly rumors being circulated by some folks on social media(including candidates hoping to get your vote to send them to Washington) regarding the Governor’s decision to issue a state of emergency that closed over 100 bridges deemed too dangerous for the public to … Continue reading “ICYMI – Gov. Phil Bryant talking Bridge Closures on @TheJTShow”
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann opens up topics such as not seeking another term, looking to what’s next in his political future. I ask him what his answer would be should the Governor call him to accept the open Senate seat in DC. For that answer and more, here’s a sampling of the full interview. … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Hosemann won’t seek another term as Secretary of State”
Congressman Steven Palazzo joined us on the program this morning on SuperTalk Mississippi to talk about what’s going on in Washington, DC and we talked about the tough decision ahead of Governor Phil Bryant – choosing an interim replacement for retiring Senator Thad Cochran. Cochran is on the Senate Appropriations Committee – a powerful position … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Gov. Bryant has tough decision to make”
Governor Bryant returned to Mississippi late last night from the historic infrastructure meeting with the President at the White House. Another notable participant, sitting directly on Trump’s left, was Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs. The audio is from Gov Bryant revealing his suggestion on addressing the roads and bridges issue in our state. He made news … Continue reading “Governor’s plan to fix Mississippi roads”
Governor Phil Bryant joined us this morning on The Gallo Radio show to talk about President Trump’s visit to Mississippi for our Bicentennial celebration. He shared what it was like behind the scenes, and his thoughts about the people who were protesting the President’s visit to the new museums.
The Governor’s Concert was originally set for the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts, was moved to The Grove, and now it’s back where it started due to the threat of inclement weather. “Safety is our priority,” said Gov. Phil Bryant. “The decision to move the concert indoors to the Ford Center will … Continue reading “Governor’s Bicentennial Concert returns indoors”