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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Neshoba County Fair Gubernatorial Candidate Speeches
Keep up to date on what's going on in the 2019 election by reading our latest reporting.
Hood, who ran unsuccessfully as the Democratic nominee for governor, plans to do some leisure reading and start a private law practice in downtown Houston
Secretary of State’s official results seemed to re-enforce the contention of a group of black Mississippi voters who filed a federal lawsuit challenging constitutional provisions enacted in 1890 to ensure African Americans were not elected to statewide office
Jackson-McCray will be the first African American to represent DeSoto County in the Legislature and just the third African American to represent a majority-white legislative district since Reconstruction
In a formal election challenge, state Rep. Ashley Henley alleges voting irregularities in last month's election that she lost to Democrat Hester Jackson-McCray
In first new conference, governor-elect said he remains committed to the four-year plan he proposed during his campaign to increase teacher pay. Reeves' inauguration is scheduled for Jan.14.
Brannon Miller, a data analyst who worked for Jim Hood’s campaign, discusses how Hood lost the 2019 governor’s race.