JACKSON, Miss. — Voting continues across Mississippi and according to Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, as of this morning, voter turnout is looking light. He says so far there have been no calls regarding problems with voter ID, but the Secretary of State’s Office has gotten calls about some equipment issues and changes of precincts.
“The best news is you don’t hear from me. At the end of the day all we want is results. I think Mississippians are showing up, and showing their ID voluntarily without any problems,” said Hosemann.
UPDATE: Hosemann says voting is still slim across the state, but places that are seeing a higher volume of voters are Madison County since they are also electing a new Chancery Clerk, and on the coast where there is the highly contested U.S. House race against Congressman Steven Palazzo and former Congressman Gene Taylor.