Welcome to your one-stop resource during the 2019 Mississippi election season. We will give you the rundown on the candidates, inform you of important voting and campaign dates and provide data to make you better informed at the polls.
We asked candidates where they stand on the issues and why they're running.
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Everything you need to know to vote in the 2019 election in Mississippi
Meet the candidates who will be on the 2019 ballot.
Read all of our 2019 election coverage.
Use our guide to know where to go and what to bring to the polls on election day.
GENERAL ELECTION: NOVEMBER 5, 2019
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Brannon Miller, a data analyst who worked for Jim Hood’s campaign, discusses how Hood lost the 2019 governor’s race.
Hood did not lose the gubernatorial election to Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves because he did not get enough African American votes. He lost because he did not win the white voters he had in the past. Democrats are left to ponder if Hood can't win the top office in Mississippi, can any Democrat?
In addition to winning all statewide races, Republicans picked up three seats in the Senate and will hold a 36-16 advantage when the session begins in January. Democrats picked up one more seat in the House but Republicans will likely hold a 75-46 advantage.
Hood’s Obama robocalls, Reeves’ public teacher emails mark last-minute turnout efforts for guv campaigns
President Barack Obama recorded a robocall supporting Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood's bid for the governor's mansion while Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves sent a letter to Mississippi public school teachers ahead of Election Day
The loans push Reeves' available campaign spending total over $12 million, more than twice the spending total of his opponent Hood.
Based on absentee voting, which is often an indicator of overall turnout, Tuesday could see the highest turnout for a statewide election since 2003