News reports that the nooses were found on Monday morning, along with hate signs, outside the capitol building.
He said the matter is under investigation by the Mississippi Capitol Police, and he did not immediately know what was on the signs.
In between orientation sessions for incoming members of Congress, Representative-elect Ayanna Pressley took some time over the weekend to travel to MS to stump for Mike Espy, a fellow Democrat facing an appointed Republican incumbent for one of the state's two US Senate seats.
"If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row", Hyde-Smith joked with a supporter in a video earlier this month shared on Twitter. MS is preparing for a U.S. Senate runoff Tuesday between Republican Sen.
President Donald Trump rallied in MS on Monday night to campaign for Sen.
"We can't afford a senator who embarrasses us and reinforces the stereotypes we've worked so hard to overcome", one ad for the Democrat said.
Dianne Swennumson and her husband have supported Republicans in the past but say they're appalled by Mr. Trump's rhetoric and behavior.
The NAACP website says that between 1882 and 1968, there were 4,743 lynchings in the United States, and almost 73% of the victims were black.
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The sign above references Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, who apologized "to anyone offended" by her remarks about going to public lynchings.
Espy is trying to become the first African-American to represent MS in the Senate since Reconstruction.
Another sign noted that MS had the highest record of lynchings between 1882 and 1968 - a statement backed by data on the NAACP's website.
Adams says the entire country will be affected by the outcome of this election, especially since President Trump needs all the Republican Senate votes he can get for future Supreme Court nominations. Officials say they will release pictures of the signs and nooses later Monday. Thad Cochran who stepped down for health reasons, are in the runoff because neither garnered a majority vote in the November 6 first election.
Espy has served in Congress and was a secretary of Agriculture under President Bill Clinton.
Republicans tend to think Hyde-Smith didn't mean what she said and reject the idea that the comment had racial overtones. "I always considered that a great compliment".
Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, who has an office in the Capitol, called the nooses and signs 'reprehensible'.