Local Elections

Published on November 7th, 2018 | by TLV News

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Mid-Term Election Results, November 6, 2018, for Lafayette County and Yalobusha County, Mississippi

Lafayette County

Special Senate Election

Mike Espy                  6,340 votes     44.62%
Cindy Hyde-Smith     5,880 votes     41.38%
Chris McDaniel          1,771 votes     12.46%
Tobey Bartee              219 votes        1.54%

Senate General Election

Roger Wicker      8.072 votes     56.19%     √
David Baria         6,057 votes     42.16%
Danny Bedwell       186 votes      1.29%
Shawn O’Hara           50 votes     0.35%

Chancery Judge District 18

Larry Little                 11,114 votes     38%
Sarah Liddy               10,168 votes     35%
Carnelia Fondren         7,862 votes     27%

United States House of Representatives – District 1

Trent Kelly               135,460 votes      66.40%      √
Randy Wadkins          67,090 votes     32.89%
Tracella O’Hara Hill      1,450 votes       0.71%


Yalobusha County

Special Senate Election

Mike Espy                  1,691 votes     46.15%
Cindy Hyde-Smith     1,492 votes     40.72%
Chris McDaniel             426 votes     11.63%
Tobey Bartee                  55 votes        1.50%

Senate General Election

Roger Wicker      1,926 votes     52.77%     √
David Baria         1,677 votes     45.95%
Danny Bedwell       32 votes      0.88%
Shawn O’Hara         15 votes     0.41%

United States House of Representatives – District 2

Bennie Thompson   138,088 votes      72.14.40%      √
Troy Ray                     41,003 votes      21.42%
Irving Harris               12,332 votes       6.44%

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