Senatobia Democrat Endorses Davis

This should help get the Tate County Vote out. -ROM

Too close to call
An Editorial May 08, 2008

In this wild and crazy election year, even Mississippi’s First Congressional District is getting national attention.

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The stakes are high – so high that even the Vice President scheduled a trip to boost Southaven Mayor Greg Davis. To counter, Democratic candidate Travis Childers has been selling gasoline at several north Mississippi service stations for $1.25 a gallon.

The television ads have been poor quality and low down on both sides, though technically the ads were not paid for by the candidates but by their national affiliates.

Davis is the best option. He has been a good mayor for one of the state’s fastest growing cities.

The district was heavily gerrymandered by the Mississippi House of Representatives to produce a Democratic winner, so we’ll just have to see how it comes out.
©The Democrat 2008

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6 Comments on “Senatobia Democrat Endorses Davis”

  1. tomt Says:

    man, what depth in that endorsement.

  2. RascalDan Says:

    Wow!!! This endorsement has more depth than any other I’ve ever read. Sarcasm aside….Is this really what was printed?

  3. rightofmississippi Says:

    Yes fellas but keep in mind that Travis’ endorsements have all been “because the other guy is mean”

  4. Quin Says:

    “The district was heavily gerrymandered by the Mississippi House of Representatives to produce a Democratic winner …”

    That statement is flat-out wrong.

  5. Bardwell Says:

    Did they really say the First District was gerrymandered to produce a DEMOCRATIC winner? Is that a joke?

    Are you sure this was in an actual newspaper?

  6. rightofmississippi Says:

    Yeah I had questions about that too


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