A photo of the Mississippi State Capitol building.
WLBT in Jackson reports State Capitol police found two nooses and several signs around 7:15 a.m. Nooses hung on the trees of the capitol's south lawn on Monday, according to authorities.
Since the comments, the runoff election between Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy in the ruby red state has become increasingly close, with some Republicans fearing the party may see a repeat of what happened in the Alabama special election previous year that saw Democrat Doug Jones defeat Roy Moore. "If he invited me to a public hanging, I would be on the front row".
Since the video emerged, companies and organizations have asked for their donations back. Hyde-Smith ultimately apologized but not before Espy responded during a debate calling the comments, "what's in her heart".
It also came out that Hyde-Smith went to a segregated school and sent her daughter to one.
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On Sunday, photos of Hyde-Smith posing with Confederate artifacts from 2014.
President Trump is traveling to Tupelo and Biloxi in MS to attend rallies for Hyde-Smith. He described the signs ― which police haven't yet made public ― as focusing on lynching and Till, a 14-year-old who was lynched in MS in 1955 after being accused of interacting with a white woman.
President Donald Trump is set to hit the campaign trail just weeks after the 2018 midterms elections.
In the initial election held on November 6, Hyde-Smith and another Republican garnered 58 percent of the vote, while Democratic candidates only got 42 percent.