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Podcast: Mississippi’s High-Profile Congressional Runoffs

Mississippi Today’s Adam Ganucheau and Bobby Harrison break down the 3rd Congressional District runoff between incumbent Rep. Michael Guest and challenger Michael Cassidy, as well as the 4th Congressional District runoff between incumbent Rep. Steven Palazzo and challenger Mike Ezel.

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Adam Ganucheau, as Editor-in-Chief of Mississippi Today, oversees the newsroom and works with the editorial team to fulfill our mission of producing high-quality journalism for the public interest. Adam has covered politics and state government for Mississippi Today since February 2016. Originally from Hazlehurst, Adam has worked as a reporter for AL.com, The Birmingham News and The Clarion-Ledger and his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Adam earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi.

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Bobby Harrison, lead capitol reporter for Mississippi Today, covers politics, government and the Mississippi State Legislature. He also writes a weekly news analysis that is co-published in newspapers across the state. A native of Laurel, Bobby joined our team in June 2018 after working for the North Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo since 1984. He is president of the Mississippi Capitol Press Corps Association and works with the Stennis Institute at the University Mississippi State to organize press luncheons. Bobby has a BA in American Studies from the University of Southern Mississippi and has received multiple awards from the Mississippi Press Association, including the Bill Minor Best Investigative/In-Depth Reporting and Best Commentary Column.

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