Mississippians went to the polls yesterday to cast their votes for U.S. Congressional and Senate primary races. The elections ended with two of the primaries...

The Associated Student Body Senate has voted to lower the campaign spending cap for executive officer candidates and require the publishing of campaign...

On Thursday night, the results of the Associated Student Body runoff elections for president and secretary were announced. Elam Miller won the presidential...

Millennials have power. Even though they receive constant criticism from older individuals, they aren’t often recognized as the political powerhouse...

The night of Nov. 8, 2016, I was glued to my television, watching one of the greatest dramas of our lifetime come to its thrilling finale. As President-elect...

State residents can vote in Mississippi’s 2015 General Election from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Offices up for election this year include governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general and state senators and representatives. Voters are required to present photo identification to vote in person. To find a voter booth near you, visit lafayettecoms.com. The...