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Mississippi Secretary of State - Elections
2007 Mississippi Statewide Election Results
Primary Filing Deadline: 3/1/07, Independent Filing Deadline: 3/1/07, Primary: 8/7/07, Primary Run-off: 8/28/07, General Election 11/6/08, General Run-off: 11/16/08,
Last Updated: November 6, 2007
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties,
Governor, 53.0% in '03, 1st term, Next election in 2007, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Rothenberg Political Report: Safe Republican, Robert Novak: Likely Republican Retention,
attorney John A. Eaves, Jr. (D) 42.1%, Haley Barbour (R) 57.9%,
Lt. Governor, 61.4% in 2003, next election in 2007, Amy Tuck (R) barred from re-election, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
St. Rep. James R. "Jamie" Franks, Jr. (D) 41.4%, Auditor Phil Bryant (R) 58.6%,
Attorney General, 62.3% in 2003, next election in 2007, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic,
Jim Hood (D) 59.8%, attorney Alben N. "Al" Hopkins (R) 40.2%,
Secretary of State, 70.7% in 2003, next election in 2007, Eric Clark (D) not seeking re-election, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic,
ex-St. Sen. / 1996 Congressional candidate / '03 st. Treas. candidate Robert "Rob" Smith (D) 41.8%, '98 congressional candidate / attorney Delbert C. Hosemann Jr. (R) 58.2%,
Treasurer, 52.1% in 2003, next election in 2007, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
'00 & '02 Reform Party Senate nominee / '03 Reform Party Governor nominee / '04 Reform Party congressional nominee evangelist Shawn O'Hara (D) 39.5%, Tate Reeves (R) 60.5%,
Auditor, 76% in 2003, Phil Bryant (R) running for Lieutenant Governor, next election in 2007, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
Forrest Co. Adm. Mike Sumrall (D) 45.0%, St. Sen. Stacey E. Pickering (R) 55.0%,
Agriculture & Commerce Commissioner, 65.7% in 2003 as a Democrat, next election in 2007, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
'96 and '00 Senate candidate Rickey L. Cole (D) 42.4%, Lester Spell (R) 51.0%, P. Leslie Riley, Jr. (C) 6.6%,
Insurance Commissioner, 70.9% in 2003, next election in 2007, George Dale defeated in primary, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic,
'03 Treas. nominee Gary Anderson (D) 43.5%, St. Sen. Michael Jackson "Mike" Chaney (R) 56.5%,

1. Link to Predictions:
D.C.'s Political Report,
Washington Post's Chris Cillizza,
Campaign & Elections: Political Oddsmaker,
Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard,
Cook Political Report,
Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball,
Roll Call Analysis,
National Journal's Chuck Todd,
Rothenberg Political Report,

2. D.C.'s Political Report's stars indicate the rating of the race from 1 star to 5 stars depending on its entertainment value.
The color indicates D.C.'s Political Report's prediction of the winning party.
= Democrat retain control, = Democrats take over control,
= Republican retain control, = Republicans take over control,
= Independent / 3rd Party retains control, = Independent / 3rd Party take over control
Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races.
Light Blue boxes indicates Democrats maintained control. Light Red boxes indicates Republicans maintained control.
Blue boxes indicates Democrats took control. Red boxes indicates Republicans took control.

3. Key to Mississippi Political Parties:
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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