Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Hinds County redistricting goes south, elections to be held under old lines

As mentioned here yesterday, the Department of Justice has refused to clear the Hinds County redistricting plan in time to allow for elections under the new lines. Here's WJTV's coverage of the matter and its effect on local attorney Micah Dutro, who is running for Justice Court Judge.

6 comments:

Kingfish said...

They didn't refuse to do anything. Hinds didn't submit a complete file and left out a bunch of documents and information. Why don't you tell the truth?

Your post also makes it clear you don't know the law either.

Cottonmouth said...

Jeez, man. Angry much? You're seeing things in my post that aren't there.

Kingfish said...

All will be made clear to you tomorrow.

Cottonmouth said...

What's clear is that I didn't say anything untruthful in my post. Nor did I say anything that even concerned the law involved.

generowzeejr said...

Y'all need to stop. Majority in Mississippi, Cottonmouth, and Jackson Jambalaya are the three best political blogs this state and city have ever seen (in no particular order). It cheapens all of you when you argue amongst yourselves. Let the other radical nutjob blogs all play that game, you guys just keep spreading the truth from your own personal/political perspectives. MIM, CM, and JJ all rock.

Cottonmouth said...

Thank you, Gene, I appreciate that. And I agree that we're all better when we don't bicker back and forth. I'll do better in the future.