Chris McDaniel

Poll: McDaniel Takes Slight Lead Over Cochran

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Tea Party-backed State Sen. Chris McDaniel has taken a slight lead, within the margin of error, in a new poll from Chism Strategies over 42-year incumbent Thad Cochran. The survey's results show McDaniel with a 50.6% to 47.6% lead over Cochran, with 1.8% undecided. 

Mississippi Voters Stagger Cochran and K Street

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

Unlike Mississippi voters, corporate earmark recipients and their K Street lobbyists are fighting to keep Thad Cochran in office. Liberal GOP lobbyists Haley Barbour and John Feehery count on having Cochran on their side to help them grow the influence (and purses) of their corporate, special interest clients.

McDaniel Tells Exactly Why Cochran Failed Mississippi

Tea Party News Network Staff

Conservative Chris McDaniel blasted Cochran for not being conservative and for not standing up against Obama. He said Obamacare must be fully repealed and that the most conservative state deserves the most conservative senator.

Haley Barbour Not Backing Down in MS Race

ABC New Radio

Despite Chris McDaniel's status as the top vote-getter in the Mississippi GOP Senate primary, Haley Barbour is still backing loser Thad Cochran and is ready to throw more money via his super PAC Mississippi Conservatives into nasty anti-McDaniels smear tactics.

Viguerie: Conservatives Should Boycott the National Republican Senatorial Committee

By Richard Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

In the wake of the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s announcement that, after incumbent Senator Thad Cochran finished second in the Mississippi Republican primary, the NRSC is “all in for Thad” in the June 24 runoff ConservativeHQ.com Chairman and author Richard A. Viguerie is calling for a boycott of the Republican Party’s senate campaign committee. SIGN AND SHARE OUR 'BOYCOTT THE NRSC' PETITION NOW!

McDaniel, Cochran Head to Runoff

Politico

Sen. Thad Cochran (49%) and state Sen. Chris McDaniel (49.5%), will face off in a June 24 runoff. Many believe McDaniel starts the runoff as the favorite.

Know Anything About the Tea Party Now Senator Cochran?

Establishment Republican Senator Thad Cochran, a 42-year incumbent, once said "The Tea Party is something I don't really know a lot about." Now his Tea Party-backed challenger Chris McDaniel is leading him by nearly 2,000 votes in the hard fought Mississippi GOP Senate primary. With a third candidate in the race and neither of the major candidates breaking the 50% barrier a runoff is all but certain.

Mississippi Conservatives: Vote Chris McDaniel TODAY

If you live in Mississippi and haven’t yet voted for Chris McDaniel we urge you to go straight to the polls and cast your ballot for Chris McDaniel for Senator and for real change in Washington.

Cochran's Latest Excuse for Not Debating McDaniel

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

“This isn't a debating society” is the latest excuse Cochran gave. He’s twice said he doesn’t know much about the Tea Party, has said he’s okay with at least some national debt, and praised earmarks hinting he’d support the return of the big spending big government appropriation tool.

Three Key Endorsements for June GOP Primaries

Here are three June primaries where conservatives can back candidates who will tip the scales in favor of constitutional government and really make a difference: Chris McDaniel in the Mississippi GOP Senate primary on June 3, Sheri Few in the South Carolina Superintendent of Education primary on June 10 and Sam Clovis in the Iowa GOP Senate primary on June 3.

End the Scandals: Vote McDaniel in Mississippi’s GOP Senate Primary

From renting an apartment from a staff member and traveling the world with her to questionable schemes by the Haley Barbour political machine to fund attacks on his opponent 36-year incumbent: Senator Thad Cochran's campaign is floundering in scandal.

Chris McDaniel Signs the 2014 ‘Contract From America’

TPNN Staff

The Contract from America Foundation and TheTeaParty.net announced that Senate candidate Chris McDaniel has signed the bottom-up, crowd-sourced '14 Contract from America. The original Contract from America earned hundreds of signatures in '10 and '12 from conservative candidates across America, including Ted Cruz.

Cochran Can't Defend Record in Debate with McDaniel

Voters are entitled to a debate between the major candidates for the United States Senate, and it’s sad that Mississippi’s senior Senator has chosen instead to hide behind his handlers and avoid the tough questions. We think Mississippi deserves better.

Another Reason to Love Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham’s endorsement and Chris McDaniel’s performance on her program are strong confirmation that McDaniel has what it takes to defeat Thad Cochran in the Mississippi Republican primary and add to the Senate’s growing number of limited government constitutional conservatives.

McDaniel 1st to Sign Anti-Amnesty Pledge

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Mississippi state senator Chris McDaniel endorsed a new pledge from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) Monday, vowing to oppose amnesty for illegal aliens as well as increases to legal immigration. McDaniel encouraged opponent Thad Cochran to sign it.

TEA Partiers: Cochran Said Fighting OCare Was a Lost Cause

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Embattled GOP-E Sen. Thad Cochran refuses to debate his TeaParty opponent Chris McDaniel. “If Thad Cochran won't stand up to try to defend his liberal voting record in a debate with a two-term Miss. state senator, what makes us think he'll stand up to Reid and Obama?” McDaniel wrote.

US Chamber Jumps in To Save Cochran Again

Emily Schultheis & Jose Delreal, Politico

The Mississippi Senate race has already seen a remarkable amount of outside advertising — and now the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is coming to incumbent GOP Sen. Thad Cochran’s defense with a new ad hitting primary challenger Chris McDaniel.

MS GOP Chair Joins NRSC In Effort To Damage McDaniel

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

Miss. GOP Chair Joe Nosef clearly worked to help Cochran by putting it in people’s minds that McDaniel is some kind of racist for no factual reason. This is a very desperate move, and an unconscionable one.

Tea Party Tested: In One Month, Establishment on Defense

Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call

A seven-week gauntlet of Repub. Senate primaries kicking off in May will decide the fate of the tea party’s success this year. If a Repub. incumbent senator loses a primary this year, it will more than likely occur in a span of nominating contests premiering in one month.