NFIB Director Ron Aldridge joined the GalloShow on the SuperTalk Network for a multitude of topics relating to the health of small businesses in Mississippi.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann announced he was running for Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning on The Gallo Radio Show. When asked why people should vote for him, here’s what he had to say: Watch the entire announcement here from our Facebook page: Or listen On Demand
Brandon Jones, former Executive Director of the Democrat Trust and currently Campaign Manager for Senate candidate David Baria. We cover lots of ground during the 7 am hour with Brandon. Here’s a condensed version of Tuesday morning’s interview. The entire interview lives here.
Professor Ronald J. Rychlak is the Jamie L. Whitten Chair of Law and Government and Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi. He also serves as Faculty Athletics Representative, and in that capacity just returned from NCAA Appeals Process hearings in Indianapolis. Here is what he could say about the meeting:
Chairman of Accountability in the Mississippi House of Representatives, Jerry Turner joined The Gallo Radio Show Thursday morning with insight into the Mississippi Prison Industries financial and leadership problems. Chairman Turner signaled a commitment in effort to examine the books, the management structure and future of the agency. He also is calling on the State … Continue reading “State Rep. wants to examine the books of Mississippi Prison Industries”
Democrat Howard Sherman decided to run for Senate because he is against “career politicians” like Sen. Roger Wicker. Sherman joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi Wednesday to talk about the surprises in the campaign, like “friendly fire” from his own party. He also addressed the campaign donations he made to Wicker in the … Continue reading “Howard Sherman surprised by ‘friendly fire’ within the Democratic Party”
President and CEO of the Mississippi Hospital Association, Tim Moore joined us on SuperTalk Mississippi Monday morning addressing the pending deadline for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Mississippi to accept coverage of patients at University of Mississippi Medical Center. Moore detailed the problems with the existing contract and what the ultimate showdown will mean for the … Continue reading “What you need to know about the Blue Cross/Blue Shield & UMMC contract”
Thursday on The Gallo Radio Show, we may have another political announcement (during the 7am hour) and at 8am, we’re talking about student testing in Mississippi, from a school superintendent’s perspective. You never know what’s going to happen on the Gallo Show… Tune in starting at 6am: SuperTalk.fm/Listen
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”
House Speaker Philip Gunn joined us Tuesday on SuperTalk Mississippi for the entire seven o’clock hour. He talked about the situation with our roads and bridges, and how the Mississippi Legislature needs to do something to get these closed bridges reopened. That is likely to involve a special session. But he cautioned his fellow lawmakers … Continue reading “House Speaker wants #MSLeg to take bridge issue seriously”
Did you know that your insurance rates could be based on what you post on Facebook? Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney stopped by The Gallo Show on SuperTalk Mississippi Wednesday morning to cover a wide range of topics including an update on flood insurance cost increase, as well as insurance companies gathering data on everyone from … Continue reading “Insurance rates could be based on your Facebook posts”
The new Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson joined us on SuperTalk Mississippi this morning to talk about his appointment. And he broke news about his job as a State Representative: he wasn’t planning on running again, and had already written a letter to his constituents. He was looking for the right time to make the announcement, … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Andy Gipson wasn’t planning to run for re-election”