Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson joined Y’all Politics on Wednesday to discuss various legislation aimed at changes in election procedures, both in state and at the federal level.
As the state’s chief elections official, Watson is keenly watching what happens in the Mississippi Legislature and in Congress as it pertains to how Mississippians cast their ballot in future elections.
You can watch the full interview below.
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