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ESPYExcellence in Sports Performance Yearly
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In that election, Hyde-Smith and McDaniel won 514,549 votes while Espy and Tobey Bartee won 372,819, a huge gap of 141,730 votes.
Espy, who would become the first black senator to represent Mississippi since the Reconstruction era if elected, has called Hyde-Smith's comments on public hangings "reprehensible" and said they had "given our state another black eye that we don't need."
Kamala Harris, a California Democrat and potential 2020 presidential candidate, came to Jackson to back Espy in front of more than 100 Democratic women at a morning breakfast.
Perhaps many voters took note of neighboring Senator Doug Jones, who campaigned for Espy....
Donner had mined Espy's books, among others, for material for his "encyclopedia," and so of course came across "Sing, Ignis" (minus its title) among them; liking it, he tabbed it for his own book, where it resides on page 301.
Piercy and Espy also nominated two private sector directors: Dana Siebert, the president and chief operating officer of Chambers Communications in Eugene, and Sabrina Parsons, the CEO of Palo Alto Software in Eugene.
"Choosing Tony to be the face and hair of Clear Men during our ESPYs partnership was an easy one," said David Rubin, Unilever's U.S.
* Unilever's Clear Men Scalp Therapy signed on as a sponsor for the ESPY awards and tapped football player Tony Gonzalez to work with the brand on its ESPN partnership and drive product awareness.
The ESPY All Star Celebrity Kick Of Party held at the mansion saw a host of celebrities turn up to party, the Daily Star reported.
IN 1838, JAMES POLLARD ESPY, the first meteorologist to be employed by the US government, made an odd request to the Senate: He proposed they pay him for burning huge swaths of the nation's forests.
This oh-so-impressive chica (she's got plenty of awards and an ESPY to her name) went wahine at age 13 and made pro just a few gears later.