ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — In addition to a U.S. Senate race, all four of Mississippi’s U.S. House seats are on the ballot tomorrow.
In the northern 1st District, Republican Rep. Alan Nunnelee is challenged by Democrat Ron Dickey, Libertarian Danny Bedwell and the Reform Party’s Lajena Walley.
In the 2nd District, which includes the rural Delta counties and most of the capital city of Jackson, Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson is challenged by independent Troy Ray and the Reform Party’s Shelley Shoemake.
In the central 3rd District, Republican Rep. Gregg Harper is challenged by Democrat Douglas MacArthur “Doug” Magee, independent Roger Gerrard and the Reform Party’s Barbara Dale Washer.
In the southern 4th District, Republican Rep. Steven Palazzo is challenged by independent Cindy Burleson, the Reform Party’s Eli Jackson, independent Ed Reich and Libertarian Joey Robinson.
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