Republican strategist Austin Barbour and Democratic strategist Brandon Jones discuss their reactions to the 2018 Senate debate between Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy and how it might affect the outcome of the Nov. 27 runoff election.
Louisiana political blogger Lamar White Jr. joins host Adam Ganucheau to talk about how he obtained the videos of Cindy Hyde-Smith saying controversial things and to discuss his "progressive" approach to covering politics.
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba and Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin, two rising stars in the Democratic Party, discuss what it's like working with Republican elected officials in their state capitals and in Washington, and why federal and statewide elections are important.
Mississippi Today reporter Larrison Campbell and host Adam Ganucheau break down this week's Mississippi visit from President Donald Trump. Hear from Trump and several attendees of the rally about how the November midterms are shaking out.
Mississippi Today reporter Bobby Harrison joins host Adam Ganucheau to chronicle the Mike Espy scandal and his later acquittal, as well as to discuss how Republicans are using it against him during the 2018 Senate race.
Political strategist Brannon Miller of Chism Strategies joins host Adam Ganucheau to lay out the numbers behind the effort to boost Democrats Mike Espy and David Baria against Republican incumbents in the November midterms.
Four federal candidates had to pause their campaigns this week for the special legislative session in Jackson. Host Adam Ganucheau discusses how the delay and the week's legislative action might impact their campaigns moving forward.
Mississippi Today reporter Bobby Harrison joins host Adam Ganucheau to discuss the special legislative session dealing with infrastructure, and how several candidates for the 2018 midterms might be affected.
Arekia Bennett, executive director of Mississippi Votes, joins host Adam Ganucheau to discuss the group's efforts to register millennials to vote in Mississippi and keep them engaged civically ahead of the 2018 midterms.
U.S. Senate candidates Mike Espy and Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith delivered speeches last week at the Neshoba County Fair. Host Adam Ganucheau combs through the speeches and adds context to many of their comments.