Senator Hyde-Smith cherishes the diversity of the people of Mississippi and celebrates their accomplishments—both past and present.


CINDY HYDE-SMITH TAKES OATH OF OFFICE AS U.S. SENATOR FROM MISSISSIPPI

CINDY HYDE-SMITH TAKES OATH OF OFFICE AS U.S. SENATOR FROM MISSISSIPPI

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today became the first female to represent Mississippians in the United States Senate.

Hyde-Smith was sworn into office by Vice President Mike Pence, who also officiated at a ceremonial enactment of the process.  Hyde-Smith was accompanied by her husband, Michael, and daughter, Anna-Michael.

Governor Phil Bryant, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, Michael Smith, Vice President Pence, and Senator Roger Wicker.  Old Senate Chamber, U.S. Capitol.

Governor Phil Bryant, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, Michael Smith, Vice...

Bill advances to rename Brookhaven post office for fallen officers

Brookhaven Daily Leader

Bill advances to rename Brookhaven post office for fallen officers

By Daily Leader Staff

A bill to rename the post office in downtown Brookhaven passed the U.S. House of Representatives Monday.

Congressman Michael Guest (R-MS-03) announced the legislation in April 2019 on the...

Women Senators Reflect on the 100th Anniversary of Suffrage

Smithsonian Magazine

Women Senators Reflect on the 100th Anniversary of Suffrage

Twenty-four lawmakers shared testimonials with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
 
By Meilan Solly, SMITHSONIANMAG.COM

When suffragist Jeannette Rankin was elected to the United States House of...