Jan 2, 2022: Y'all Politics: Y’all Politics names Frank Corder as Managing Editor
Frank Corder has assumed the role of Managing Editor of Y’all Politics as of January 1, 2020.
Corder is no stranger to readers of Y’all Politics or statewide political media, having previously worked with the site in years past. He announced his resignation from the City of Pascagoula earlier this month, where he has been serving as the Acting City Manager and previously as the Assistant City Manager.
Aug 16, 2021: WXXV: Former Pascagoula City Councilman Joe Abston passes
Many are taking to Facebook to express their condolences for the beloved councilman, including a former co-worker and friend, Frank Corder who said, “Joe was a family and community-minded man if there ever was one. He loved his wife, Missy, and their two daughters greatly. He served in his church, in civic clubs, in public office, and on the high school football field. He was a man of strong convictions, yet always found a positive and humor in even life’s most challenging times.”
April 24, 2015: Gulf Live: Frank Corder announces run for Jackson County Circuit Clerk
Pascagoula's Frank Corder, 34, has announced his run for Jackson County Circuit Clerk.
Corder is a former twice elected Pascagoula City Councilman who manages his family's restaurant, Corder's in downtown Pascagoula, and writes on Mississippi politics and government at Y'all Politics.
Dec 22, 2015: Frank Corder:: Y'all Politics: Choosing the next Mississippi House Minority Leader has huge implications for Democrats
June 25, 2015: Slabbed: 2015 Election: Jackson Co. Circuit Clerk Candidate Frank Corder Pledges Support for SRHS Retirees and Employees
What has transpired in Jackson County with the retirees and employees at Singing River Hospital is a failure of leadership on the part of those who were entrusted with protecting the futures of so many of our friends and family as well as a personal and financial tragedy for our neighbors and their families throughout our community.
Aug 17, 2011: Ms Litigation Review: Alan Lange Gives Up the Reins at Y’all Politics
All good things must come to an end. My tenure as the primary face of YallPolitics is one of those things. I am happy to announce that Frank Corder of the FireMcCoy blog will now be the face of YallPolitics.
August 6, 2011: State Sen. Michael Watson, R-Pascagoula said that repercussions from Pascagoula Schools Superintendent Wayne Rodolfich showing teachers a lobbying group's slideshow with lawmakers' voting records could stretch as far as Jackson. Pascagoula City Councilman, Frank Corder expressed concern because he said schools are taxpayer-funded institutions that should be shielded from political gamesmanship: Corder: "Whomever directed and allowed such activity should be quickly reprimanded to ensure a similar thing does not happen in the future. As a parent and taxpayer, this is extremely disturbing. Teachers and staff do not need their administrators trying to influence their vote while they're on the clock...Taxpayers and parents expect educators to be on the job and solely concerned with the education of children while in these schools, not being indoctrinated on who to vote for. There's a time and a place for everything, and that's not the time or the place."
Apr 24, 2015: Frank Corder, 34, has announces his run for Jackson County Circuit Clerk.
Jan 1, 2020: Frank Corder has assumes the role of Managing Editor of Y’all Politics.
October 11, 2021:
Frank Corder over at Y'all Politics (a GOP Mississippi blessed website) exposes his paranoia by writing: "The Democrats’ playbook seems to be to use any spike to advocate for another round of government “relief,” increasing their stranglehold on the U.S. economy through more social programs and cradle-to-grave handouts as they play Robin Hood using “equity” and “fairness” as their primary talking points in their pursuit to appeal to the masses." Here that? the Covid pandemic is all about Democrats trying to take control of the economy!?????? Nothing to connect any dots but he used the words "Democrat playbook" and that makes him look "gosh durn smart" in the eyes of many right wing GOPers. Corder used to be somewhat mainstream GOP back when I was rightwing .....apparently he is now treading water on reality along with the right wingers.