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Election to held for House seat left vacant by suicide

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST — Gov. Phil Bryant has set a special election to fill a House seat left vacant by the death of Rep. Jessica Upshaw. The election is May 14 in District 95, covering parts of Harrison and Hancock counties. A runoff, if necessary, will be June 4. The qualifying deadline is April 15, […] [...]

Son wins special election to fill late father’s House seat

EAST MISSISSIPPI — Karl Gibbs will be filling the remaining three years of the House District 36 seat for his late father, Rep. David Gibbs. Complete but unofficial returns show Gibbs received 57 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s special election over Eddie Longstreet. House District 36 includes parts of Clay, Lowndes and Monroe counties. […] [...]

Five candidates seek Gardner’s vacant House seat

PANOLA COUNTY and TATE COUNTY — Five candidates were running in a special election today in House District 11 to complete the term of the late state Rep. Joe C. Gardner. Gardner, a Democrat from Batesville, died in February. He had been a member of the Mississippi House since 2007. He represented District 11, which […] [...]

Former lawmaker wins mayor’s race by default

GULFPORT — Republican Billy Hewes III will be the new mayor of Gulfport. Hewes’ opponent, Democrat Billy Barnes, dropped out of the race this past week, and Hewes is the only other candidate. The general election is June 4. Incumbent Mayor George Schloegel isn’t seeking a second term. Hewes served 20 years in the Mississippi […] [...]

Two candidates in runoff for vacant House seat

EAST MISSISSIPPI — Two candidates have advanced to an April 2nd runoff following a special election to fill a seat in the Mississippi House. WTVA-TV was reporting late yesterday that with all 18 precincts reporting, unofficial results show Karl Gibbs received the most votes, with 28 percent, followed by Eddie Longstreet and Jeannie Johnson Staten, […] [...]

Six candidates running for Gibbs’ old seat in House

EAST MISSISSIPPI — Six candidates are running in today’s special election to fill a seat in the Mississippi House. House District 36 encompasses parts of Clay, Lowndes and Monroe counties. The seat was left vacant by the Jan. 13 death of Democratic Rep. David Gibbs, who had served since 1993. Polls are open 7 a.m. […] [...]

Law requiring campaign finance reports often ignored

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — City clerks are required to collect campaign finance reports during local elections throughout Mississippi and deliver that information to Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann’s office, but Hosemann said he only receives the information sporadically. The law is designed to create greater transparency in local elections, making it possible to see where a […] [...]

Norwood wins special election to fill Harden’s Senate seat

JACKSON — Former Jackson Public Schools school board member Sollie B. Norwood has defeated former Jackson city councilman Marshand Crisler in a runoff to complete the term of the late state Sen. Sen. Alice Harden. Harden, a Democrat from Jackson, died in December. Complete, but unofficial returns showed Norwood with 54 percent of the vote. […] [...]

Six candidates certified for election to fill Gibbs’ seat

JACKSON — Six candidates have been certified by the State Election Commission to run in a March 12 special election to fill a seat in the Mississippi House. House District 36 encompasses parts of Clay, Lowndes and Monroe counties.  The seat was left vacant by the Jan. 13 death of Democratic Rep. David Gibbs, who […] [...]

Runoff scheduled for Harden’s Senate seat

JACKSON — Former Jackson city councilman Marshand Crisler and former Jackson Public Schools school board member Sollie B. Norwood will vie in a Feb. 26 runoff to complete the term of the late state Sen. Sen. Alice Harden. Harden, a Democrat from Jackson, died in December. Nine candidates were on the ballot in the special […] [...]

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