Two failed bills proposing eliminating party primaries for U.S. Senate elections in Tennessee would have given the power to select Republican and Democratic candidates to—state legislators.
Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran isn’t just leaving Washington. He’s also leaving behind Jefferson Davis’s old desk
Sen. Thad Cochran's Senate Chamber desk once belonged to Jefferson Davis, who resigned in 1861 after Mississippi seceded from the Union and became president of the Confederacy soon after.
Could a Democrat win in Mississippi in 2018? What the nation is saying about Thad Cochran’s resignation
Mississippi was already poised for an eventful election year, but the impending retirement of longtime U.S. Senator Thad Cochran has local and national analysts buzzing about how 2018 could play out politically in the Magnolia State.
U.S. Senator Thad Cochran is resigning April 1 due to "health problems," according to the Associated Press.
Thad Cochran says Roy Moore should drop out of Senate race; Roger Wicker and Chris McDaniel question accusers
Should Roy Moore drop out of the race amid sexual assault allegations? Sen. Thad Cochran thinks so.