Majority In Mississippi is a conservative political blog focusing on the latest happenings from the Magnolia State. Our intention is to provide with you with the best and most complete information possible with interesting political analysis you can only find here. MIM has been featured in national blogs and webistes such as The Washington Post, Politico, The Corner (National Review), Red State, and Free Republic, and is regularly linked to at Y’all Politics and Magnolia Report.
Majority will most commonly be covering these topics:
- All election news involving candidates in Mississippi. This includes federal, state, and local races we are following. We will talk about the presumptive candidates, speculate on who may run, and look into their strengths and weaknesses. We will look at the issues and who may benefit from what. We will offer analysis and predictions as the races progress.
- All the issues involving the governor and state legislature. While the state legislature is in session, we will cover the topics that are being debated with analysis and likelihood for success. I should add we will continue to talk about those issues affecting state politics throughout the year.
- All the national issues that affect Mississippi. We will look at what the state’s congressional delegation is doing in DC. We obviously can’t cover every vote their taking, but will look at the big ones and offer analysis on what their vote means and what affect it could have back home.
Occasionally, we will go in a different direction. We may talk about issues of the state that are not necessarily political in their nature or other things that may be of the beaten path.
But, as I have said, our goal is to be your source for complete information on Mississippi politics. I thank you for visiting the site. Please click on the Contact tab to shoot me a message.
Majority was created in early 2007 to let readers know what is happening in Jackson and throughout Mississippi, with the goal of helping conservatives get their message out for the November elections. Those elections resulted in historical gains for Republicans who now claim seven of the eight statewide offices.
For a number of reasons, with time being at the top of the list, I decided to stop this blog early in 2008. It wasn’t an easy decision, and I never stopped paying attention. A lot has changed over the past year, but my blogging sabbatical is over, and I have decided to re-launch Majority In Mississippi with the same mission I started with early in 2007: to bring you the conservative viewpoint on Mississippi politics and let you know when the politicians get out of line.
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