Mississippi Senate Race

Donor Controversy Hits MS Conservatives

Jeffery Lord, American Spectator

Hundreds of thousands were donated by Dems., Rove PAC and Bush supporters to lobbyist Haley Barbour's "Mississippi Conservative PAC" to fund racist robo calls on behalf of Cochran. Jeb Bush's top adviser is linked to this also. 

FEC Looks Into PAC That Backed Cochran

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

The Fed. Election Commission is looking into whether Barbour's Mississippi Conservatives PAC violated campaign finance law in its bid to help re-elect U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.

Cochran Camp Denies Buying Votes; May Sue

Zach Noble, The Blaze

After audio surfaced of a pastor claiming that Cochran’s campaign was paying black voters, many of them D's, to vote in the MS GOP primary runoff, Cochran’s camp hit back, denying the claims and threatening to sue the pastor and the journalist who relayed his story.

Report: Haley Barbour Tied to Race-Baiting Anti-TEA Party Ads

Breitbart TV

The group responsible for anti-Tea Party ads in Mississippi, Citizens for Progress, is a group tied to former RNC chair and Gov. Haley Barbour.

GOP Plays Sick Games with Conservatives

Streiff, Red State

If you’ve wondered why the GOP establishment and especially it Chamber of Commerce money men can so cheerfully throw elections to the Democrat rather than support a conservative, this article provides the key.


Even after conservative Chris McDaniel's campaign discovered over 3,300 improper Democrat votes cast in the Mississippi GOP Senate Primary, the RNC and national GOP remain silent. So what can a conservative do? Send them a message. Richard Viguerie's new contest is the perfect opportunity to make DC listen.

Where’s Reince Priebus? McDaniel Finds Over 3,300 Illegal Votes in Mississippi

You would think it would be in his interest to keep the grassroots conservative base of the Party unified by ensuring fair, corruption-free Republican primary elections, but so far RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has been silent about what happened in Mississippi. SIGN THE PETITION DEMANDING THAT THE RNC INVESTIGATE WHAT HAPPENED IN MISSISSIPPI.

TEAParty Head: McDaniel Should Be Nominee Regardless Of State Law

Matt K. Lewis, Daily Caller

Tea Party Patriots leader Jenny Beth Martin's stated concern isn’t that Dems who were ineligible to vote (due to having voted in the Dem. primary) helped propel Cochran to a victory, but that even the completely legal votes (according to MS’s open primary and run-off system) should be nullified.

McCain Lauds Cochran's Crooked Tactics

Awr Hawkins, Breitbart

John McCain: "There are some complaining that African-American voters voted. But I thought 1 of the major priorities of the GOP was to get all minority & ethnic voters out to vote for R's." He described Cochran's "get-out-the-vote campaign" as "excellent."

Is Brit Hume Rove’s Lackey Now?

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuznicki.com

Fox News has become the GOP estab. media. They don’t offer equal time, they double up. Now we have a case where Hume and Rove tag team to rewrite history, sweep all the nasty things the nat'l GOP does to its needed allies under the rug. Disgusting.

Reince Priebus: Why the Silence on Mississippi?

Conservatives must keep the heat on state and national Republican Party leaders to make sure there was no vote fraud in the Mississippi runoff AND also take decisive action to make sure what happened to conservative Chris McDaniel and his supporters in Mississippi doesn't happen in other GOP primaries. RED ALERT: Matt Boyle of Breitbart and freelance journalist Charles C. Johnson report that a black Mississippi pastor has emerged to claim Sen. Thad Cochran's campaign paid “thousands” of Democrats $15 each to vote in the June 24 GOP runoff – and that he was part of the scheme. SIGN THE PETITION DEMANDING THE RNC INVESTIGATE WHAT HAPPENED IN MISSISSIPPI!

Richard Viguerie's New Contest Challenges Conservatives To Put Their Anger Over Mississippi to Good Use

ConservativeHQ.com’s chairman and TAKEOVER author Richard A. Viguerie announced a new contest that gives conservatives a chance to express their distrust of the GOP establishment and to remind the Republican Party that the establishment’s dishonest dealings won’t be forgotten.

McDaniel Supporters Barred From Seeing Voter Rolls in 9 Counties

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit

The Chris McDaniel campaign found 1,000 examples in one county of D's who voted in both primaries. This is illegal and their votes shouldn't be counted. But McD volunteers were barred from reviewing voter rolls in 9 Mississippi counties Fri. morning.

McDaniel Rushes to Review Ballots

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

MS state Sen. Chris McDaniel is projecting confidence about his campaign's review of ballots cast in a runoff election he narrowly lost to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran Tues. ahead of a planned legal challenge to the election results.


ConservativeHQ.com Mississippi Senate Race Button and Bumper Sticker Contest: EXPRESS YOUR OUTRAGE!

Conservatives: Remember Mississippi

By Richard Viguerie, CHQ Chairman and Author

The fire the Republican establishment lit in Mississippi won’t go out because Tea Partiers and grassroots conservatives now understand that the Republican establishment is all about power, not principle, and that to govern America according to conservative principles we must defeat the establishment’s candidates in Republican primaries AND wrest control of the Republican Party machinery from them.

TEAParty: We Found MS Sen Voter Fraud

Associated Press Staff

A MS Tea Party rep think they have found nearly 800 instances of Hinds County residents marked as voting in the 6/3 Dem. primary and Tues.’s GOP runoff, which is illegal. However, no documentation has surfaced.

Tea Party Orgs Apoplectic Over How Cochran Won

Chris Moody, Yahoo News

“This just threw gasoline onto the flames of the civil war,” said Richard Viguerie, a Repub. activist and the chairman of ConservativeHQ.com. “What happened yesterday in Miss. will resonate for years to come. It will become the battle cry, just like the Alamo. We will remember Miss.”

Thad Cochran and GOP Establishment: “By Their Fruits You Shall Know Them”

Cochran’s message to African-Americans in Mississippi in summary was this: If you like the direction Barack Obama is taking America, vote for me, Thad Cochran.