Posts Tagged ‘Delbert Hosemann’

Oxford judge wants to send poll books lawsuit to Jackson

JACKSON — A federal judge in Oxford asked yesterday why he shouldn’t send a lawsuit about access to poll books to Jackson. U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mills, in an order filed yesterday, wrote that it appears the defendants and the witnesses in a case filed by 13 Mississippi residents and True the Vote, a […] [...]

McDaniel still not conceding; fight over poll books continues

JACKSON — State Sen. Chris McDaniel has presented no evidence to support his claim that voter fraud pushed Senate incumbent Thad Cochran to victory in Mississippi’s GOP runoff. And without evidence, the tea party-backed hopeful is going to have a tough time overturning Cochran’s nearly 6,800-vote win. But a week after the balloting, McDaniel isn’t […] [...]

More than 19,000 absentee ballot requests made for runoff elections

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — According to the Statewide Election Management System, 19,144 absentee ballots had been requested as of 9 a.m. yesterday for runoff primary elections being conducted today. This compares to 18,036 total absentee ballots requested in the June 3 Democratic Party and Republican Party primary elections. “Mississippians across the state realize the importance of […] [...]

Hosemann: State no longer needs federal oversight of elections

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said yesterday that Mississippi’s first election requiring photo identification reinforces his belief that the state no longer needs federal oversight to handle elections and redistricting. The Republican released figures showing 513 Mississippians cast affidavit ballots June 3 because they lacked proper identification, with at least 177 returning […] [...]

Voter ID to make debut during primary elections

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — The state of Mississippi tomorrow will use its new voter ID law for the first time, culminating a long political fight in a state with a troubled past of voting-rights suppression. People will be required to show a driver’s license or other government-issued photo identification at the polls during the Republican and […] [...]

After 30 years, state gives Vicksburg Auditorium back to city

VICKSBURG — The state of Mississippi has returned the Vicksburg Auditorium back to the city of Vicksburg. “The state of Mississippi has no need to maintain ownership of this property,” says Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. “It is best kept in the hands of the local governing authority, which can decide the best use of […] [...]

Hood issues opinion on enforcement of voter ID

JACKSON — The Attorney General’s Office has issued an opinion to the Secretary of State’s Office regarding the enforcement of the voter ID requirement at the polls. State law says each person who votes at a polling place must identify himself or herself to an election manager by presenting current and valid photo ID before […] [...]

Investment advisor, firm fined by secretary of state

FLOWOOD — A stock brokerage and former investment adviser have been fined by the Mississippi secretary of state for advising a now-dead Greenville woman to buy into a risky and unprofitable company. In a March order announced late last week, Texas-based brokerage Sanders Morris Harris agreed to a $25,000 fine, plus $10,000 to cover investigative […] [...]

SoS now delivering voter IDs to storm victims

JACKSON — In the wake of the April 28 storms, the Secretary of State’s Office will travel to any eligible voter who needs a Mississippi Voter ID card. “Many Mississippians are struggling to put their lives together after the deadly tornadoes,” said Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. “Having an acceptable photo ID to present on […] [...]

Secretary of State’s Office transitioning to new location

JACKSON — At 5 p.m. on April 24, the Secretary of State’s Office will close its 700 North Street location and will reopen April 29 at Capital Towers, located at 125 South Congress Street in Jackson. Individuals needing assistance April 25 will need to visit the Secretary of State’s Office location at 401 Mississippi Street. […] [...]

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