GOP Voter Turnout In Miss. Primary Breaks Records


Two new records were set in Mississippi during August’s off-year election, with voter turnout surpassing the 300,000 mark. The turnout has GOP candidates beaming with confidence because of how many people showed up to the polls.

According to election results, more than 374,000 Republican votes were cast in the August 6th primary for governor between Tate Reeves, Bill Waller Jr. and Robert Foster. The runoff race between Lt. Reeves and Waller received more than 326,000 votes. Reeves will face Democrat Attorney General Jim Hood, whose primary turnout was less than 300,000 Democrat votes.

Another big race on November 5th will be to replace Hood as state attorney general. The records reportedly show Republican turnout was three times higher in the county Hood is from. read more

7 Comments on GOP Voter Turnout In Miss. Primary Breaks Records

  1. “Another big race on November 5th will be to replace Hood as state attorney general.”

    Let’s go, Mississippi. Don’t let Soros pick your next AG.

  2. I was just looking at the stock market today, has been up all day and near the all-time highs despite our ongoing tariff wars. Yet no news about the economy doing well. I expect the market to soar in about a month when quarterly earnings come out.

  3. It’s hilarious how for the past week or so the news has been “reporting” that this election is going to be a referendum on Trump. Now that it’s over and the GOP slaughtered. What are you hearing from the media about the referendum and who it’s on? Crickets…🦗…🦗…🦗

  4. All the fake news would have you believing the Democrats will sweep most if not all of the upcoming elections. Can’t wait to see how 2020 turns out!

  5. hopefully the Fake News & Fake Polls Pygmalion Effect will be overcome & overwhelmed by Prez Trump’s tweeting and our Conservative news blogs telling the truth and reporting the facts.


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