2019 may set spending record in race

By JACK RYAN,

McCOMB — Polls can be one way to assess the possible results of an upcoming election. But campaign finance reports are another way, and the latest ones show that when it comes to money, Republican nominee Tate Reeves still has more of it.

 
 
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