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LIVE UPDATES: Mississippi’s primary election results

Throughout the day, voters across Mississippi visited the polls to cast their ballots for statewide elections. The polls have now closed, and precincts are beginning to report their numbers. As the numbers come in, this article will be updated with live results.

The winners of Tuesday’s primary elections will represent their respective parties in the general election on Nov. 7.

Governor

>95% of precincts reporting

Republican

Tate Reeves (i) – 276,513  74.7% – WINNER

John Witcher – 65,535 – 17.7%

David Hardigree – 28,070 – 7.6%

Democrat

Brandon Presley – uncontested

Lieutenant Governor

>95% of precincts reporting

Republican

Delbert Hosemann (i) – 195,024 – 52% – WINNER

Chris McDaniel – 160,529 – 42.8%

Tiffany Longino – 19,728 – 5.3%

Democrat

D. Ryan Grover – uncontested

Secretary of State

Republican

Michael Watson (i) – uncontested

Democrat

Shuwaski Young – uncontested

Attorney General

Republican

Lynn Fitch (i) – uncontested

Democrat

Greta Kemp Martin – uncontested

State Auditor

Republican

Shad White (i) – uncontested

Democrat

Larry Bradford – uncontested

Agriculture Commissioner

>95% of precincts reporting

Democrat

Robert Bradford – 97,717 – 51.75% – WINNER

Bethany Hill – 49,032 – 25.97%

Terry Rogers – 42,079 – 22.28%

Republican

Andy Gipson (i) – uncontested

Insurance Commissioner

>95% of precincts reporting

Republican

Mike Chaney (i) – 286,807 – 80.06% – WINNER

Mitch Young – 71,421 – 19.94%

Democrat

Bruce Burton – uncontested

Northern District Public Service Commissioner

>95% of precincts reporting

Republican

Chris Brown – 77,784 – 61.3% – WINNER

Tanner Newman – 49,142 – 38.7%

Central District Public Service Commissioner

Republican

Brent Bailey (i) – uncontested

Democrat

DeKeither Stamps – uncontested

Southern District Public Service Commissioner

>95% of precincts reporting

Republican

Dane Maxwell (i) – 66,009 – 46.8%

Nelson Carr – 75,085 – 53.2% – WINNER

Northern District Transportation Commissioner

Republican

John Caldwell (i) – uncontested

Central District Transportation Commissioner

Democrat

Willie Simmons (i) – uncontested

Republican

Ricky Pennington, Jr. – uncontested

Southern District Transportation Commissioner

Republican

Charles Busby – uncontested

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