It is not just out of state liberals flooding Mississippi with money for Thad Cochran, it is the Mississippi Democrats too.
James "Scooby Doo" Warren said he has put together a get-out-the-vote (GOTV) plan and is "putting it in place across the whole state." Warren said he is not working with the Cochran campaign itself but for the PAC and Bishop Ronnie Crudup Sr.
Crudup is the pastor at New Horizon Church, which shares an address and chief financial officer with a newly formed super PAC that ran print advertising in the primary supporting Cochran.
When asked if he was getting any blow back for working in a Republican primary, Warren said he "got all that taken care of on the front end."
"I called D.C. and told them what was going on with the tea party," Warren said. "But I can't do anything after the 24th because I'm a Democrat ... Whoever wins will have to deal with me in November."
Because Democrats hate the tea party and Thad Cochran sends all sorts of money back to the state, Democrats in Mississippi have a vested interest in getting him re-elected.
We need to rally for Chris McDaniel and get him across the finish line.