Might be time to throw in the towel.
Check it out:
Obviously, supporters of incumbent Mississippi senator Thad Cochran want his primary challenger, Chris McDaniel, to accept his narrow loss in the recent runoff election, portraying his challenges to the results as little more than sour grapes. McDaniel refused to concede on the night of the election, and said he had a lot more on his plate than just a general complaint about Cochran’s tactic of enticing support from Democrat crossover voters.
The state Republican Party hasn’t actually certified the results of the election yet, but it’s not because of McDaniels’ complaints about vote fraud; it’s because Mississippi voter ID laws allowed people without proper ID to cast provisional or “affadavit” ballots, giving them five business days to present identification to the election clerks. The five-day window just concluded on Tuesday night.