MS-Sen: Mike Espy's (D) Internal Polling Has A 5 Point Race Between Him & Cindy Hyde-Smith (R)

Here’s some encouraging news today out of Mississippi: x #Mississippi Senate Poll: Hyde-Smith (R-Inc) 47%(+5)Espy (D) 42% Garin-Hart-Yang / D Internal— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) August 13, 2020 An internal poll released by Democrat Mike Espy’s U.S. Senate campaign on Thursday reports he’s gaining ground and is within five points of incumbent Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith,…

In three quotes, Republicans admit the 'great party switch'

Republicans and their amen corner in the right-wing media are trying to perpetuate yet another hoax on the American people. In a nutshell, they claim that history ended in 1865 or, at the latest, 1965. But sadly for them, three of their leading lights past and present—Cindy Hyde-Smith, Trent Lott and Strom Thurmond–already gave the…

AZ, CO, KS, ME, MS, NC & SC-Sen: Stacey Abrams Endorses These 7 Democrats To Win Back The Senate

Some big news today: Alongside discussions of her own national political ambitions, former Georgia gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams is wading into elections outside her home state, endorsing the campaigns of seven Democrats vying for U.S. Senate seats. On Thursday, Abrams announced that she was backing Democratic candidates in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina…

Cindy Hyde-Smith attended 'segregation academy' to avoid newly integrated schools

The Jackson Free Press has published a blockbuster story about the Republicans’ too-racist-even-for-Mississippi Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith. Seems she comes by her antebellum attitudes about race at least in part via her secondary-school education. The paper reports that Hyde-Smith attended a “segregation academy” whose primary purpose was to allow students to avoid mingling with African-Americans….

MS-Sen: DFA Launches Major Dial Out The Vote Effort For Mike Espy (D)

Received this e-mail from Democracy for America in support of Mike Espy’s (D. MS) U.S. Senate campaign: Five hundred and eighty one. That’s the number of lynchings that occurred in Mississippi between 1882 and 1968. Five hundred and eighty one mothers lost their sons. Five hundred and eighty one fathers shed tears for a child…