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State Rep. Wallace tweets about “succeeding from the union” after Presidential election, apologizes

By: Sarah Ulmer - November 12, 2020

Mississippi State Representative Price Wallace took to Twitter to show his disdain after news outlets began calling the Presidential race for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. While the intent was misspelled, Wallace said the below words:

In the tweet, Wallace says that the state of Mississippi should “succeed from the union and form our own country.” He almost immediately received backlash for the statement from other Twitter users.

Just a few days later, Wallace returned to the platform, after deleting the original tweet, with an apology for his words.


While Wallace and others in the GOP have joined President Donald Trump’s efforts to challenge the election results, some Republican legislators like Rep. Jansen Owen found a reason to put differences aside.

The five members of the Mississippi Congressional delegation released a joint statement that they would continue to support President Trump’s efforts to challenge any voter fraud within the 2020 election before a result was officially certified.

Attorney General Lynn Fitch joined 9 other Republican Attorneys General in a multi-state amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar, the Pennsylvania mail-in ballot case. A copy of the filed brief can be found here.

President Trump and his staff continue efforts to show voter fraud in the election in multiple states challenging the media’s call of Biden winning the White House.

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Sarah Ulmer

Sarah is a Mississippi native, born and raised in Madison. She is a graduate of Mississippi State University, where she studied Communications, with an emphasis in Broadcasting and Journalism. Sarah’s experience spans multiple mediums, including extensive videography with both at home and overseas, broadcasting daily news, and hosting a live radio show. In 2017, Sarah became a member of the Capitol Press Corp in Mississippi and has faithfully covered the decisions being made by leaders on some of the most important issues facing our state.