Election day has arrived in Mississippi and polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. for races in Mississippi’s Congressional Districts and a Senate seat.
3rd Congressional District
The race that has gotten a majority of the attention during this election cycle has been the race to replace Congressman Gregg Harper in Mississippi’s Third Congressional District. In total, eight candidates are vying for the seat with six Republicans and two Democrats on the ballot for today’s primary:
1st Congressional District
In Mississippi’s 1st Congressional District, the race is much less crowded with just one candidate on each side of the aisle.
Trent Kelly (incumbent)
Randy Mack Wadkins
2nd Congressional District
Incumbent Bennie Thompson (D) is the only name on the ballot in Mississippi’s 2nd Congressional District.
4th Congressional District
The 4th Congressional District race’s field has two Republicans and one Democrat
Steven Palazzo (incumbent)
E. Brian Rose
While Senator Thad Cochran’s empty seat will not have a primary vote ahead of November’s election, Senator Wicker does have several challengers; one Republican and six Democrats.
Roger Wicker (incumbent)
Victor G. Maurice Jr.
If no candidate gets a majority of the vote in any of these primary races, a runoff will be held between the top two vote-getters on June 26.
Full Republican Ballot:
Full Democratic Ballot: