|Sec. of State Presents Check for Coastal Restoration
Our coastal tidelands projects are always in need of work, and Wednesday, the Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann, had a hand in helping. Video
|Sec. of State Hosemann Weighs in on McDaniel Lawsuit
Thursday, Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann, was a special guest at the Great Southern Club in Gulfport. While he didn't mention the McDaniel lawsuit in his speech, he told News 25 the suit sets a bad precedent. Video
|McDaniel Calls on Secretary of State to Direct Clerks to Provide Access to Election Records
Republican Chris McDaniel Friday called on Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann to clarify the rules for Circuit Clerks regarding access to election records and announced a Wednesday morning press conference to discuss the election records his team has examined thus far.
|Secretary of State, Hosemann, Urges Residents to Vote in Upcoming Runoff Election
On Tuesday, June 24th, Mississippians will head to the polls and choose their next United States Senator in the Republican Primary Election Runoff.
|Delbert Hosemann Says Voter ID Program Went Smoothly
Mississippi Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann, says his fears of problems arising from voters being asked for identification did not materialize Tuesday. Video
|State Board of Election Commissioners Change Military Voting
Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General work in conjunction with Department of Justice to ensure integrity of Military and Overseas voting.
|Sale of Jackson County Cemetery Complete
The sale to place Jackson County Memorial Park in Pascagoula back into private ownership has been completed.
|Timber Thief Makes Criminal Plea
Following an investigation by the Secretary of State’s Office, the Department of Agriculture, and the Mississippi Forestry Commission, 54-year-old Harold Edwin Simmons of Saucier, MS has pled guilty to three counts of felony timber theft.
|Lawsuit Over Gulfport Harbor Could Soon be Settled
A lawsuit over control of the Gulfport Harbor and surrounding property may soon be settled, that is if the Secretary of State officially agrees to an offer the City of Gulfport is bringing to the table. Video