Incumbent Republican Gov. Tate Reeves faces two challengers, John Witcher and David Hardigree, in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. The winner of the Republican primary will face Democrat Brandon Presley, who is unopposed in the primary, on November 7.
Incumbent Republican Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann faces two challengers, Chris McDaniel and Tiffany Longino, in the August 8 GOP primary election. The winner of the Republican primary will face Democrat D. Ryan Grover, who is unopposed today, on November 7.
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House and Senate races
Hundreds of both Republican and Democratic candidates are running for House and Senate races in the August 8 primaries elections. Republicans enjoy a supermajority control of both the House and Senate, and that is not expected to change in the November general election. Use the drop-down menus below to toggle between individual House and Senate races for primary election results.
Commissioner of Agriculture & Commerce
Incumbent Republican Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson is running unopposed in the August 8 Republican primary election. But he will face the winner of today’s three-way Democratic primary between Terry Rogers, Robert Bradford and Bethany Hill in the November 7 general election.
Incumbent Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney faces challenger Mitch Young in the August 8 Republican primary election. The winner of that race will face Democrat Bruce Barton, who is unopposed in today’s primary, in the November 7 general election.
Public Service Commission
There are two contested primaries for the three-member Public Service Commission. For the northern district seat, Tanner Newman and Chris Brown face off in the Republican primary. The winner of that race will run unopposed in the November 7 general election.
For the southern district seat, incumbent Dane Maxwell and Nelson Carr will face off in the Republican primary. The winner of that race will run unopposed in the November 7 general election.
For the central district seat, incumbent Republican Brent Bailey is running unopposed in today’s primary and will face Democrat De’Keither Stamps, also running unopposed in today’s primary, in the November 7 general election.
Editor’s note: Election results are gathered by The Associated Press.
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