Posts Tagged ‘2011 Race for Governor of Mississippi’

Chainsaw massacre continues; Barbour cuts $40 million from budget

  Gov. Haley Barbour announced today that an additional $41 million was disappearing from the state’s budget for fiscal year 2010 because of spiraling state revenue collections. Since the budget year started last July, $499.1 million has been cut. “Hopefully we’re making the last cuts of the year,” Barbour said. The latest round of cuts […] [...]

‘The DEMS’

by Clay Chandler Published: September 28,2009

Tags: 2011 Race for Governor of Mississippi, Democratic nominees

Luckett says he is running; Hood, Hudson still a mystery   There is almost universal agreement that the Republican field for governor in 2011 already has two candidates in Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant and Gulfport businessman Dave Dennis. A little less certainty surrounds the Democratic field. Democratic strategist and co-author of several books about Mississippi […] [...]

‘The big 3′

by Clay Chandler Published: September 21,2009

Tags: 2011 Race for Governor of Mississippi, Bryant, Dennis, Reeves, Republican nomination

Bryant, Dennis, Reeves front-runners for Republican nomination When former Gov. Kirk Fordice decided it was time to make it official that he would seek a second term, he called Gulfport businessman Dave Dennis and inquired about doing it at Dennis’s house. Sure, Dennis said, but there was an issue. “We were remodeling the house we […] [...]

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