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Tough choice, but Brown gets nod

Voters in the City of Natchez face tough decisions Tuesday as they head to the polls to choose ...

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An election season poem

The time is nigh To peck a note Regarding the Impending vote   The fifth of June Mere ...

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Be informed on mayoral candidates

In 10 days, Natchez voters will select their new mayor. With one of the three men on the ...

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Turnout is important part of today’s race

Natchez voters head to the polls today to choose between two Democratic options to be the city’s next ...

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Pollard has been faithful to Ward 3

I am going to vote for Bob Pollard for alderman, Ward 3.

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Have you cast your vote today?

All of the fussing, talking, promising, handshaking and backslapping culminates today. Natchez city elections — at least the ...

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Brown will offer leadership and vision, Holloway should be re-elected

Residents of the City of Natchez will go to the polls Tuesday to select the Democratic nominee for ...

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Change needed in 1, 2; Dillard must stay

Every four years, residents in the City of Natchez are given a chance — and a responsibility — ...

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Brown is leader Natchez needs

As a former resident who keeps up with what is happening in Natchez through The Democrat, I wanted ...

Columnist: Kevin Cooper

We hope our work may help you

In approximately one week, this newspaper’s editorial board will publish its endorsements for the City of Natchez’s municipal ...

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Make sure you are informed!

The City of Natchez operates under what’s called a strong board, weak mayor form of government.

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Weak mayor can be strong leader

A simple fact that presumably governs the City of Natchez isn’t a fact at all. It’s only a ...

Columnist: Kevin Cooper

The good, the bad and the candidates

Have you ever noticed that the more options we have, the less satisfied we generally are?

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Chief job is not a political game

It’s the Super Bowl for city leaders.

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What if we had the best of each candidate?

Phillip West preaches the word of Natchez. Put him behind a lectern with a live microphone and he’ll ...

Columnist: Kevin Cooper

Steamboat, city have much in common

Saturday morning as the sun began to pop up over the Mississippi River, the connections between the American ...

Editorials

Be a part of ‘something’ this election

Something is different about this mayoral race, though it’s certainly not the majority of the candidates.

Columnist: Kevin Cooper

Speak now or forever hold your griping

And they’re off! With the close of the qualification period Saturday, all the players are set in the ...

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Here’s what we’ll do during city elections

Small windows of time crop up on the Miss-Lou news calendar that allow for catching up and getting ...

Columnist: Kevin Cooper

What will it take to get your vote?

The yard signs are up and jabs have already begun to fly in the Natchez mayor’s race.

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