Only one political race in Leake County went to runoffs following the Democratic and Republican primaries.A Republican runoff election took place for District 4 Supervisor. Incumbent, Larry Sims took on Michael Sherman.The winner will face Dewand McBeth (I) in the November election.Unofficial Results are... Read More.
Five political races in Neshoba County went to runoffs following the Democratic and Republican primaries.A Republican runoff election will took place for:Circuit Clerk Grant Myers Delana Waddell Constable Place 1 Patrick L. Burt John Lilley Supervisor District 1 Shelby Beason Mike Snow Supervisor District 3 Christopher C. Gardner Kinsey... Read More.
Congressional primary runoffs are rare in Mississippi.But this year, two of the state’s Republican incumbents are fighting to keep their jobs in runoffs against challengers from their own party.Two-term Rep. Michael Guest faces former Navy pilot Michael Cassidy in a runoff Tuesday in central... Read More.
The Official Recapitulations of the Democratic and Republican August 6th Primary Election are available here:Democratic Official Recapitulation - August 6, 2019Republican Official Recapitulation - August 6, 2019Unofficial Results of the Primary Runoff Election held on August 27, 2019 will be posted here... Read More.
Neshoba County voters have a few runoffs on Tuesday’s ballot, including District 4 Supervisor. Two republican candidates are going head to head for the position.Nearly 100 votes separated incumbent and President of the Board of Supervisors Allen White and... Read More.
In local primary elections several races will be on the runoff ballot. Neshoba County will see three Republican runoff elections today: Tuesday, August 27.A Republican runoff election:Neshoba County Supervisor D4 – Kevin Wilcher and Allen WhiteConstable Place 1 – Josh Burt and Mark FlakeConstable... Read More.
In local primary elections several races are on the runoff ballot. Leake County will see three runoff elections today: Tuesday, August 27.A Democratic runoff election will take place for:Leake County Supervisor D3 – Bulus Leflore Jr. 42%, Oliver Smith 47%A Republican runoff election will... Read More.
(AP) — The candidate eliminated from the Republican primary for Mississippi governor is endorsing former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. for the party nomination.State Rep. Robert Foster on Tuesday announced his support of Waller, who's competing with Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves... Read More.
Tate Reeves and Bill Waller, Jr., will be in a runoff for the Republican nomination.Here's how the raw numbers stood: Tate Reeves (GOP) 179,065 49% Bill Waller Jr. (GOP) 122,234 33% Reeves, the state's current lieutenant governor, was considered by many to be the GOP front-runner because... Read More.