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Friday, August 1, 2014

Election Results

UPDATE: 9:41 All 18 precincts reporting. Waiting on results from absentee and affidavit ballots.

UPDATE: 9:35 p.m. Associated Press is reporting that Initiative 26 has been rejected.

The uncontested results will be listed in Wednesday’s EAGLE. The Associated Press is reporting that Mike Chaney has won the race for insurance commissioner, Tate Reeves has been elected Lt. governor, and Mike Pickering elected state auditor. Jim Hood elected for attorney general. Phil Bryant elected Governor. Cindy Hyde-Smith elected Ag Commissioner.

State election results below are for Lafayette County only.

Winners in bold.

With all 18 precincts reporting:

Lafayette Circuit Clerk

Baretta Mosley (D)   53.58

Gary “Chick” Drewrey (R) 5451  46.28

Lafayette Sheriff

F.D. “Buddy” East (D) 8440 71.19

Gary L. Morris (R) 3399 28.67

Supervisor District 1

Mike Pickens (D) 1126 50.22

Bill Plunk (R) 824  36.75

John “J.D.” Davis (I) 292 13.02

Supervisor District 3

Robert Blackmon (D) 2101 74.77

Joanne Wilkinson (I) 706 25.12

Supervisor District 4

Chad D. McLarty (D) 1676 63.32

Trammell P. Wells (R) 969 36.61

Supervisor District 5

Mike Roberts (D) 941 57.94

Greg Bounds (R) 679 41.81

Justice Court Judge – Central

Mickey Avent (D) 1888 66.25

Bobby West (R) 961 33.72

I 26

Should the term ‘person’ be defined to include every human being from the moment of fertilization, cloning or the equivalent thereof?

Yes 3814  31.82

No  8172 68.18

I 27

Should the Miss. Constitution be amended to require a person to submit government issued photo identification in order to vote?

Yes 7170 60.13

No 4755 39.87

I31

Should government be prohibited from taking private property by eminent domain and then transferring it to other persons?

Yes 8992 74.86

No 3020 25.14

Governor

Johnny L. Dupree (D) 4694 38.92

Phil Bryant (R) 7315 60.66

write in votes 51

Lt. Governor

Tate Reeves (R) 8552 80.14

Tracella Lou O’Hara Hill (Reform) 2018 18.91

Write in Vote 101

Attorney General

Jim Hood (D) 6708 56.82

Steve Simpson (R) 5771 42.95

Write in votes 27

Auditor

Stacey E. Pickering (R) 7900 76.01

Ashley Norwood (Reform) 2444 23.51

Write in 50

Treasurer

Connie Moran (D) 4695 40.45

Lynn Fitch (R) 6481 55.84

Shawn O’Hara (Reform) 421

Write in 7

Commissioner of Ag and Comm

Joel Gill (D) 4796  41.85

Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) 6262 54.64

Cathy L. Toole (Reform) 396 3.46

Write in 7

Commissioner of Insurance

Louis Fondren (D) 4158 35.96

Mike Chaney (R) 6983 60.40

Barbara Dale Washer (Reform) 414 3.58

Write in 7

Public Service Commissioner

Brandon Presley (D) 5787 50.26

Boyce Adams (R) 5715 49.64

Write in 11

Transportation Commissioner

Ray Minor (D) 4888 42.56

Mike Tagert (R) 6589 57.37

State House Rep 10

Greg Hodges (D) 1196 39.59

Nolan Mettetal (R) 1820 60.24

State House Rep 12

Holleman “Holly” Raney (D) 2129 40.47

Brad Mayo (R) 3127 59.44

State House Rep 13

Billy B. Gray (D) 631 34.71

Steve E. Massengill (R) 1187 65.29

State House Rep 33

Tommy Reynolds (D) 1033 63.80

Jerrerico Chambers (R) 515 31.81

Sean T. Holmes (L) 70 4.32 (November 8, 2011)

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