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Results of April 27 primary runoffs

Here are the results of the primary runoffs in each of the cities that had contested races. The general election in June 8. BILOXI Mayor FoFo Gilich is unopposed. Ward 1 Keith Anderson (R) will face George Lawrence (D) on…

Primary election results by city

Here are the election results in municipal election primaries held Tuesday, according to our media partner, The Sun Herald. Winners are listed in bold type. Where there is a runoff, both candidates are in bold. If the election is to…

Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day in Mississippi

MISS. and ALA. (WCBI) – Polls open in Mississippi and in Alabama at 7:00 a.m. If you have never voted, or if it’s been a while, here are a few things you should know. Be sure to bring a photo id. In both states, you can use a driver’s license, a non-driver ID, a US […]

THE CW LAUNCHES “CW VOTE ACTUALLY”

Nonpartisan Effort Kicks Off Tuesday, September 15 to Encourage The CW’s Multi-Platform Audience to Get Prepared to Vote Nonprofit Partners Include Vote.org, Spread The Vote and Vote Smart Campaign PSAs to Feature Actors from The CW’s Primetime Series The CW Marks…

Gubernatorial candidates Reeves and Hood cast votes

The state’s top two Gubernatorial candidates hit the polls today to cast their votes. Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood and Republican Lt. Governor Tate Reeves each arrived at their respective polling places this morning in hopes of becoming Mississippi’s next…

Gearing up for Election Day

More than 24,000 absentee ballots have been received by circuit clerk’s offices across the state ahead of the runoff election. That’s about 20,000 less than the primary election where almost 43,000 ballots were cast. More than 1.8 million Mississippians are…

Reaction to Republican Runoff Debate

It’s a tight race when it comes to the Republican Gubernatorial Runoff between Bill Waller Jr. and Tate Reeves and last night they got the chance to sway voters their way during a televised debate. News 25 spoke with local…

2019 MS GOP Primary Poll shows tight race

The first public poll of the Republican primary shows a tight race between candidates Tate Reeves and Bill Waller Jr. The poll of likely Republican primary voters released this morning shows that 41 percent of Mississippians are voting for Lt.…

Voting preparations in Harrison County

With the absentee voting deadline on August 3rd, things are pretty busy for circuit clerks for the coastal counties. The Harrison County Circuit Clerk’s Office will be open this Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon, as well as regular hours…

Voter registration deadlines approaching

Election season is here and that means the deadline for voter registration is too. The deadline to register for the upcoming primary election is July 8th and July 29th for the runoff primary election. To register visit your county circuit…

Waveland City Election

Today, Waveland residents cast their votes for mayor and alderman seats. Voters were out in full force for the mayoral and alderman election in Waveland. Every voter had their own opinion on who to vote for, though most could agree…

Voters cast their ballots in special election

Mississippians took to the polls again today to vote in the special election in the U.S. Senate race. On the ballot for that Senate seat, voters will see the face-off between Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy. It’s…

Absentee voting for special runoff election

Absentee voting for the special election is open and every registered voter is eligible to vote in the November 27th runoff election even if you did not vote in the November 6th election. The deadline to vote absentee is Saturday,…

November 27th runoff election

In two weeks, voters will once again line up at the polls in South Mississippi to cast their ballots in the November 27th runoff election. Voters won’t be heading to the polls for another two weeks, but Harrison County Circuit…

Election Day on the Coast

A one man band on a South Mississippi campaign trail of his own perched at the same precinct in Gulfport during each election cycle over the past five years. Today was no exception. Overcast skies and the occasional downpour didn’t…

Secretary of State Hosemann on voter turnout

Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann was in Jackson today encouraging voters to go to the polls. Voter turnout across the state is expected to compete with record numbers in the past. Secretary Hosemann expresses the importance of casting your…

Voters hit the polls in Harrison County

Polls opened in South Mississippi at 7 this morning and residents in Harrison County started lining up to cast their ballots bright and early. Coast residents have the chance to vote on numerous judicial races in each county as well…