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MBJ Editorial: Bryant the man to build bridges, hoist state from depths

This publication has been more than critical of Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant in many areas, particularly during his run for governor, for which he will go head-to-head with Dave Dennis, Hudson Holliday and Ron Williams on Aug. 2 in the Republican primary. Insiders admit to us that he has deserved much of the criticism. His ...

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4 comments

  1. Actually, I think Max Phillips has the best boots. But he isn’t running for governor.

  2. Phil Bryant has been the Lt Gov and in charge of the Senate. He has to be held as responsible as Barbour and McCoy for the lack of progress for Mississippi. I also saw no signs of compromise and coalition building. At least with Hewes, there is a chance for a change.

  3. I meant to say Dennis, not Hewes in previous comment.

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