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SUN HERALD | Cochran's keeping it positive in Gulfport

Anita Lee reports that Cochran’s keeping it positive in Gulfport for the Sun Herald:

GULFPORT — U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran does not want to discuss any backlash the Republican party in Mississippi might experience over his race against tea party challenger Chris McDaniel.

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Happiness and Its Causes

Reading about a seminar hold on Happiness and Its Causes, several of the thoughts covered in the article stuck me as worthy of sharing with you. 480 more words

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Democrat Primary 4th Congressional District Candidate: Matt Moore

This is not Matt Moore’s first campaign to represent Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District.   However, finding any information online about him is a little difficult.  All information about Moore is drawn primarily from what was written about him in 2012. 131 more words

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Tea Party Rumblings in South Miss.

Four candidates are vying to represent the Republican Party in the race for Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District.  Two of those candidates are well-known (incumbent Rep. Steven Palazzo and former Democrat Rep. 165 more words

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Holiday Spending's Big Hurt

Maybe you are reading this newsletter after having just recently returned from an overseas trip. If so, did you charge your holiday to your credit card? 541 more words

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Faith Baptist Church was featured in the Sun Herald’s Religion Section on March 28th.  Wrongly identified as being in Long Beach (the church is in Gulfport), the article is an otherwise accurate and positive one:   10 more words

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According to the Sun Herald’s political blog “Crawdaddy,” McDaniel enjoys more GOP Support vs. Democrat Childers than does Cochran

Reporting on April 1st, Paul Hampton quotes McDaniel aide Noel Fritch as saying, “Interestingly, McDaniel earns 78 percent GOP support against Childers, while Cochran picks up just 71 percent of the state’s Republican voters in his matchup with the Democrat.” 39 more words

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