Mississippi governor election
Tate Reeves (R) has won, 100% of precincts reporting.
Last Updated: Nov 6, 2019 at 2:34 p.m. EST
Mississippi will elect a new governor in its general election on Nov. 5. Democrat Jim Hood, the state’s attorney general, is running against Republican Tate Reeves, the state’s lieutenant governor. Bob Hickingbottom, a Constitution Party candidate; and David Singletary, an independent candidate, are also on the ballot.
Hood was first elected as attorney general in 2003 and is the only Democrat holding statewide office in Mississippi. He easily won the Democratic nomination in the primary in August. Reeves won the Republican nomination in a runoff election after no candidate received a majority of votes in the party’s primary.
|Total votes from 100% of precincts||862,609|