special election

Jackson County School District bond vote fails

Jackson County School District residents took to the polls today for a special election regarding a facility bond. The bond was ultimately struck down. Over 5,000 residents cast their ballots Tuesday evening with over 75 percent of…

Diamondhead Special Election moved to October 20th

The City of Diamondhead has rescheduled their special election to Tuesday, October 20th. The original special election was set for September 15th, but that plan was changed due to threats from Hurricane Sally. Two candidates have qualified to replace the…

Special mayoral election in Pascagoula

The City of Pascagoula is casting their votes in the special election for mayor and voters arrived bright and early to make their voices heard. The seat was made vacant when former Mayor Dane Maxwell moved into a new role…

REMINDER: Special Election for Pascagoula Mayoral Seat

Voting in the Special Election for Pascagoula’s Mayor to fill the unexpired term is Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL KAREN KENNEDY, CITY CLERK at (228) 938-6615. Voting…

Special election runoff

Tonight, the results will be final for a groundbreaking election, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith has the chance to become the first woman elected to the Senate from Mississippi and former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy could the first African-American elected to the…

Special election could lead to runoff

A runoff election could be the deciding factor in the U.S. Senate special election. In the November 6th election, a candidate must get 50 percent of the votes. A new poll shows Republican Senator Cindy-Hyde Smith got 38 percent of…

Hear from state Senate candidates

The special election determining who will fill the state Senate seat representing District 49 is tomorrow. Three candidates put up election signs and are knocking on doors, all on a mission to prove to Harrison County voters they are qualified…

Special election for Senate seat

Who will represent Harrison County residents and fill the seat left vacant by Sean Tindell after he was recently sworn in as a judge with the state appeals court? So far, two candidates have stepped up, qualifying to run for…

Gulfport native running for special election

Gulfport native Joel Carter announced he will run for District 49 state Senate to fill the vacant seat of Sean Tindell who was appointed judge to the Mississippi Court of Appeals. Carter is a Mississippi Gulf Coast realtor and businessman…

Mississippi Senate special election

It is official: a former state senator from South Mississippi is now serving as a judge with the Mississippi Court of Appeals. Sean Tindell was sworn into his new position earlier today after resigning from his state Senate seat on…