Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R.) defeated Democratic challenger Mike Espy on Tuesday in a runoff Senate election to become the first woman ever elected to Congress in the state.
Mike Espy, the Democrat vying to capture a U.S. Senate seat in Mississippi, paid off more than $267,000 in outstanding income taxes shortly after undertaking a lucrative lobbying contract with an African despot accused of crimes against humanity.
As secretary of agriculture, Mike Espy fought to block the promotion of a department employee because his young daughter’s preexisting heart condition was believed to be a potential financial burden on the government, according to documents reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.
A super PAC linked to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) is making a last-minute investment in Mississippi to bolster Mike Espy, the Democratic Party’s nominee for U.S. Senate, ahead of the Nov. 27 special election runoff.
One of the nation’s largest pro-life organizations is launching a campaign targetting Mike Espy, the Democratic Party’s nominee for U.S. Senate in Missisissipi, for his long-standing pro-choice record.
A Democratic candidate in Mississippi’s runoff election for the U.S. Senate received $750,000 after lobbying on behalf of an African despot who is on trial for crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court.
Hollywood celebrities, trial lawyers, and Clinton administration alumni are rushing to underwrite the candidacy of Mike Espy, who is vying to capture a U.S. Senate seat for the Democratic Party in Mississippi.