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Baria said: “Last minute character assassination” and “no further delay” in confirmation aren’t the type of comments made by a person who has an open mind to hearing what these women have to say” (US Senate Candidate Baria of Mississippi) https://twitter.com/dbaria
Update: “Representative Baria calls for a halt to the confirmation proceedings for Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh 10:05 PM – Sep 28, 2018 · Mississippi, USA” (See full statement at post bottom). https://twitter.com/dbaria

Baria is running against Wicker; Espy is running against Hyde-Smith for Senate:

US Senate Candidate Mike Espy: “I agree with Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee that these allegations are serious and troubling. This matter must be fully investigated before the Senate moves forward with the lifetime appointment of a U.S. Supreme Court Justice.” https://www.npr.org/2018/09/18/648923950/battle-for-the-senate-candidates-in-key-races-respond-to-kavanaugh-allegations

Next door in Alabama:
Senator Jones Statement on Kavanaugh, September 27, 2018
Birmingham, Ala. – U.S. Senator Doug Jones today released the following statement on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court: 

“The Kavanaugh nomination process has been flawed from the beginning and incomplete at the end. Dr. Ford was credible and courageous and I am concerned about the message our vote will be sending to our sons and daughters, as well as victims of sexual assault. I will be voting no
.” https://www.jones.senate.gov/newsroom/press-releases/senator-jones-statement-on-kavanaugh