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Mississippi: Neshoba County Fair: William Winter, Former Governor of Mississippi

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Neshoba County Fair William Winter

The Neshoba County Fair has been held each year since 1889 in Neshoba, Mississippi, northeast of Jackson, southeast of and close to Philadelphia, MS.

More on the fair here.

In addition to entertainment, a midway, a watermelon-eating contest, and horse and mule races, there are political speeches. I videotaped several this year, including the speech of William Winter, former governor of Mississippi.

Direct link to Governor Winter's speech on YouTube:
http://youtu.be/9LIpMuBjJIU

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Mississippi: Neshoba County Fair: Doug Magee #MSHouse

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Doug Magee Mississippi Neshoba County Fair

Photo: Natalie Maynor

The Neshoba County Fair has been held each year since 1889 in Neshoba, Mississippi, northeast of Jackson, southeast of and close to Philadelphia, MS.

More on the fair here.

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In addition to entertainment, a midway, a watermelon-eating contest, and horse and mule races, there are political speeches. I videotaped several this year, including the speech of Doug Magee, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, running against incumbent Gregg Harper, Republican (who did not speak at the fair).

Direct link to Doug Magee's speech on YouTube.

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How a Poor Die-Hard Republican Who Hated Government Abandoned 'The Politics of Shame

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Republican Edwin Lyngar

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Mississippi: Neshoba County Fair: Travis Childers #MSSen

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Neshoba County Fair

The Neshoba County Fair has been held each year since 1889 in Neshoba, Mississippi, northeast of Jackson, southeast of and close to Philadelphia, MS.

More on the fair here.

In addition to entertainment, a midway, a watermelon-eating contest, and horse and mule races, there are political speeches. I videotaped several this year.

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Here is the first: Travis Childers, Democratic Party candidate for the US Senate, who is running against the incumbent, Republican Thad Cochran.

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