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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
Miss. Senate 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerThad Cochran* (R) 521,482 85 
Shawn O'Hara (Ref.) 94,127 15 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Miss. House District 1 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerRoger Wicker* (R) 92,344 71 
Rex Weathers (D) 30,997 24 
Brenda Blackburn (Ref.) 3,406 
Harold Taylor (Lib.) 2,808 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Miss. House District 2 
( 97 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerBennie Thompson* (D) 85,434 54 
Clinton LeSueur (R) 69,060 44 
Lee Dilworth (Ref.) 3,945 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Miss. House District 3 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerCharles Pickering* (R) 137,718 64 
Ronnie Shows* (D) 74,878 35 
Jim Giles (I) 1,405 
Harvey Darden (I) 944 
Brad McDonald (Lib.) 744 
Carroll Grantham (Ref.) 492 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Miss. House District 4 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerGene Taylor* (D) 120,191 75 
Karl Mertz (R) 33,968 21 
Wayne Parker (Lib.) 3,267 
Thomas Huffmaster (Ref.) 2,413 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
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