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Mississippi Runoff Elections set for Tuesday, November 24th

By: Frank Corder - November 23, 2020

While the General Election has passed, Mississippi still has a number of runoff elections on tap for tomorrow – Tuesday, November 24, 2020 – that voters should be aware of and plan accordingly to go to the polls and cast their vote.

According to the Mississippi Secretary of State’s office, there are 17 races still left to be decided, including filling the vacancy in the Mississippi House of Representatives in HD 87.

Here is a list of the races on the ballot this Tuesday by county with the position, district and candidates shown:

  • Benton – School Board (District 5)
    – Tracy Clayton
    – Johnny Thompson
  • Bolivar – School Board (District 5)
    – Ken Brown
    – George Evans
  • Chickasaw – School Board (At-large)
    – Tammy Chamblee
    – Thomas Howell
  • Chickasaw – Supervisor (District 5)
    – Margaret Futral
    – Keith Jernig
  • Forrest / Lamar – State Representative (District 87)
    – Matthew Conoly
    – Joseph Tubb
  • Harrison – Tax Collector
    – Sharon Barnett
    – Connie Rockco
  • Hinds – Election Commissioner (District 3)
    – Renee Shakespeare
    – Jerma Clark
  • Jefferson – School Board (District 5)
    – Orisha Brown-Mims
    – Michael Malone
  • Jones – Justice Court Judge (District 2)
    – Noel Rogers
    – Sonny Saul
  • Lafayette – School Board (District 1)
    – Jamie Anderson
    – Gary Lee Drewrey
  • Madison – Election Commissioner (District 2)
    – Lauren Payne
    – Vicky Slater
  • Marshall – School Board (District 5)
    – Kerry Hale
    – Mary Houston
  • Noxubee – Supervisor (District 3)
    – Ira Lee McCloud
    – LaVelle Patterson-Rice
  • Smith – School Board (District 5)
    – Gene Boone
    – Jackie Westbrook
  • Tishomingo – Justice Court Judge (North District)
    – Ricky Cornelison
    – Seth Adams
  • Walthall – Supervisor (District 5)
    – Billy Bridges
    – Lloyd Bullock
  • Yalobusha – Water Valley School Board (District 3)
    – Angela Brown
    – Joseph Flippin
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Frank Corder

Frank Corder is a native of Pascagoula. For nearly two decades, he has reported and offered analysis on government, public policy, business and matters of faith. Frank’s interviews, articles, and columns have been shared throughout Mississippi as well as in national publications such as the Daily Caller. He is a frequent guest on radio and television, providing insight and commentary on the inner workings of the Magnolia State. Frank has served his community in both elected and appointed public office, hosted his own local radio and television programs, and managed private businesses all while being an engaged husband and father.