MLB Asks Cindy Hyde-Smith Campaign To Return $5,000 Donation

MLB Asks Cindy Hyde-Smith Campaign To Return $5,000 Donation

MLB Asks Cindy Hyde-Smith Campaign To Return $5,000 Donation

She graduated from Lawrence County Academy in 1977.

High-school cheerleaders smile at the camera as they lie on the ground in front of their pom-poms, fists supporting their heads. She and her campaign have refused to talk about the Confederate hat and have called the school issue a personal attack on her family meant to draw attention away from issues.

The events came after President Donald Trump again tweeted support for Hyde-Smith, calling her an "outstanding person" the day before he planned to campaign with her.

RRH Elections, with Bold Blue Campaigns and JMC Analytics & Polling, showed Hyde-Smith with a 54 percent to 44 percent lead on Espy, with a margin of error of 4 percent. The above-linked article (read it in full) notes that her official bio "conspicuously" omits mention of her high school years. The victor of Tuesday's runoff gets the final two years of a term he started. Rebel, and a photo of the cheerleading squad shows a girl dressed up in a Confederate costume and waving the stars and bars flag.

More than 43,000 absentee ballots have been requested for the runoff, and that number could increase as circuit clerks continue compiling information, the MS secretary of state's office said Saturday.

Major League Baseball has joined a long list of donors to ask Cindy Hyde-Smith for their money back after the Republican candidate for US Senate in MS made comments about attending a "public hanging". Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy.

Tuesday's runoff election will conclude the 2018 midterms. Kamala Harris traveled to MS to support Espy, who is attempting to duplicate the longshot election of a Democratic senator in neighboring Alabama past year.

Hyde-Smith is the first woman to represent MS in Congress since a temporary Senate appointment in April. Thad Cochran (R), who stepped down for health reasons.

"I am honored to have President Trump's endorsement", she said as the two appeared at a chilly outdoor rally at the airport in the northeastern city of Tupelo, best known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley. Johnson is free to support and donate his money to any candidate or cause he chooses, and the same can be said for Breton.

Hyde-Smith has drawn fire for attending a white private school that was founded after court-ordered school desegregation of public schools.

The Cook Political Report puts the race as only "leaning" Republican, however, and some commentators have predicted softening support for Hyde-Smith related to comments she's made and photographs that are being used by her opponents to portray her as racist.

Blocks away in the eastern MS city, Democrat Mike Espy spoke to a mostly African-American crowd at a Masonic lodge. Espy is challenging Republican Sen.

On immigration, Trump defended the US response to the border clash on Sunday, when USA agents fired tear gas at migrants, some of whom had attempted to climb through fencing and wire separating the countries.

President Trump announced that he will be traveling to MS on Monday to endorse Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith.

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