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Statewide results for Mississippi primary runoffs



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Fitch has won the GOP nomination for attorney general.


Fitch still leads Taggart in the attorney general race. With 88 percent reporting, it’s 52 / 48.

Challenger Stephanie Foster has defeated incumbent Deborah Dixon in the MS House District 63 race.


De’Keither Stamps is now projected to win over Dorothy Benford, 62 percent to 48 percent with 69 percent reporting.

The attorney general race is still too close to call. Fitch leads Taggart, 52 percent to 48 percent with 75 percent reporting.

UPDATE: 8:50

Tate Reeves has defeated Bill Waller for the GOP gubernatorial nomination.

With 59 percent reporting, Reeves has 56 percent of the vote.

The two statewide races we’re following tonight are both GOP races: the gubernatorial race between Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and former Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller, Jr.; and the race for the GOP nominee for the attorney general’s seat between state Treasurer Lynn Fitch and party leader Andy Taggart.

There’s also one regional Democratic Party runoff, the seat for Central District Public Service Commissioner between Jackson City Councilman De’Keither Stamps and perennial candidate Dorothy Benford.

About 90 minutes after the polls closed and 28 percent reporting, Reeves leads Waller 56 percent to 44 percent.

Fitch is at 52 percent to Taggart’s 48 percent.

Stamps leads Benson 58 percent to 42 percent.

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