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Election 2011 Runoff Results

Candidate Vote Count Vote Percent
Governor D -- 1,865 of 1,873 precincts reporting (100%) 
Johnny DuPree 165,022 55%
Bill Luckett 136,941 45%
Treasurer R -- 1,865 of 1,873 precincts reporting (100%) 
Lynn Fitch 80,866 53%
Lee Yancey 71,705 47%
Public Service Comm Southern D -- 662 of 663 precincts reporting (100%) 
Tom Blanton 40,828 50%
Mike Collier 41,052 50%
Senate District 40 R -- 55 of 55 precincts reporting (100%) 
Angela Hill 3,452 52%
Sid Albritton 3,154 48%
Senate District 43 R -- 63 of 63 precincts reporting (100%) 
PHILLIP GANDY 910 66%
CONNIE WILKERSON 473 34%
FORREST CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 4 R -- 8 of 8 precincts reporting (100%) 
Mike Seal 702 74%
Kenneth Bell 250 26%
FORREST CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 3 D -- 10 of 10 precincts reporting (100%) 
Gay Polk-Payton 1,112 51%
Carol Jones 1,053 49%
FORREST CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3 R -- 5 of 5 precincts reporting (100%) 
Burkett Ross 1,527 54%
Curtis Waites 1,297 46%
JONES CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 D -- 44 precincts reporting 
Larry Strickland 725 54%
Charles Williams 617 46%
JONES CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 D -- 44 precincts reporting 
Shannon Caraway 965 62%
Mack Tucker 603 38%
JONES CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 R -- 44 precincts reporting 
Brian Pace 1,227 51%
Ronnie Holifield 1,197 49%
JONES CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 D -- 44 precincts reporting 
Jacquelyn Owens 856 62%
Lynn Dale Perkins 514 38%
JONES CO. SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION R -- 47 of 47 precincts reporting (100%) 
Thomas Parker 3,895 51%
Tommy Branch 3,781 49%
JONES CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 1 D -- 44 precincts reporting 
Leamon Sumrall 297 51%
Billy Ray McNeill 281 49%
JONES CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 R -- 44 precincts reporting 
Danny Roy Spradley 1,554 63%
John Clark 896 37%
LAMAR CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 R 
Chance Curry 1,098 65%
James Lucas 580 35%
LAMAR CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 R 
Danny Edwards 2,118 67%
Lane Young 1,061 33%
LAMAR CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 3 R 
Charles Greer 1,844 53%
Mitch Brent 1,621 47%
LAMAR CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 R 
Phillip Carlisle 1,522 54%
Kathy Mayo 1,289 46%
PERRY CO. CORONER D -- 15 of 15 precincts reporting (100%) 
Heather Meeler 1,626 55%
Brenda McSwain 1,311 45%
PERRY CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 1 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
Lee Buckalew 901 59%
Barry Pitts 624 41%
PERRY CO. SHERIFF D -- 15 of 15 precincts reporting (100%) 
Jimmy Dale Smith 1,828 60%
Tim Odom 1,205 40%
PERRY CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3 D -- 2 precincts reporting 
Tommy Walley 432 51%
Claytor Lassiter 407 49%
PERRY CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
W.P. Cooley 280 51%
Albert Garner 271 49%
WAYNE CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 D -- 10 precincts reporting 
Mark West 1,053 63%
Bennie Holifield 614 37%
WAYNE CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 1 D -- 14 precincts reporting 
Charles Chapman 1,781 67%
Charles Britton Jr. 888 33%
WAYNE CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 1 D -- 4 precincts reporting 
Hal Hayes 655 60%
Billy McCaa 440 40%
JASPER CO. SHERIFF D -- 19 of 19 precincts reporting (100%) 
Keith Murphy 3,438 59%
Spencer Richardson 2,357 41%
JASPER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 1 D -- 6 precincts reporting 
Eddie Helms 641 54%
Michael McNeil 536 46%
JASPER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
Sandy Stephens 643 53%
Henry Hayes 580 47%
JASPER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 D -- 2 precincts reporting 
Johnny Rowell 686 54%
Hurston Hegwood 584 46%
JEFF DAVIS CO. CORONER D -- 22 of 21 precincts reporting 
James Slater 2,402 56%
Greg Blackwell 1,854 44%
JEFF DAVIS CO. SHERIFF D -- 22 of 21 precincts reporting 
Ron Strickland 2,258 52%
Henry McCullum 2,107 48%
JEFF DAVIS CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 D -- 22 precincts reporting 
Michael Evans 536 55%
Lee Price 433 45%
MARION CO. CIRCUIT CLERK D -- 23 of 23 precincts reporting (100%) 
Sedgie Foxworth 1,672 57%
Sandra Green 1,247 43%
MARION CO. CIRCUIT CLERK R -- 23 of 23 precincts reporting (100%) 
Janette Nolan 1,777 64%
Debbie Smith 1,000 36%
MARION CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3 R -- 23 precincts reporting 
Tony Morgan 327 51%
Doyle Anthony 312 49%
SMITH CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
Dwight Norris 578 54%
Terry Windham 491 46%
SMITH CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
Danny Arender 580 57%
Wilson Hallman 439 43%
GREENE CO. SHERIFF D -- 13 of 13 precincts reporting (100%) 
Stanley McLeod 1,742 50%
Kevin Fortenberry 1,740 50%
GREENE CO. CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 D -- 7 precincts reporting 
Ryan Walley 1,221 65%
Keith Churchwell 660 35%
GREENE CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3 D -- 4 precincts reporting 
Vince West 474 60%
James McLain 314 40%
GREENE CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 D -- 2 precincts reporting 
J.M. Crocker 329 55%
Randy McLeod 269 45%
GREENE CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5 D -- 4 precincts reporting 
Harold Cook 468 56%
Clyde Sylvester 370 44%
GREENE CO. TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR D -- 13 of 13 precincts reporting (100%) 
Mark Holder 1,902 55%
Tyson Moreno 1,549 45%
PEARL RIVER CO. CONSTABLE NORTH R -- 18 precincts reporting 
Danny Joe Slade 1,205 55%
Rossie Creel 997 45%
PEARL RIVER CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE- SOUTHEAST R -- 10 precincts reporting 
Donald Fail 1,392 59%
Farron Moeller 950 41%
PEARL RIVER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 R -- 9 precincts reporting 
Joyce Culpepper 878 51%
Daryl Smith 836 49%
PEARL RIVER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3 R -- 9 precincts reporting 
Dennis Dedeaux 854 61%
Kelton Smith 546 39%
PEARL RIVER CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5 R -- 5 precincts reporting 
Sandy Smith 862 54%
Keith Seal 720 46%
STONE CO. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE -WEST D -- 2 precincts reporting 
Ricky Farmer 235 54%
Teresa Dearman 200 46%
WALTHALL CO. CIRCUIT CLERK D -- 21 of 21 precincts reporting (100%) 
Vernon Alford 2,195 59%
Stevie Kennedy 1,523 41%
WALTHALL CO. SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION D -- 21 of 21 precincts reporting (100%) 
Danny McCallum 1,968 52%
Cynthia Magee 1,828 48%
WALTHALL CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 D -- 5 precincts reporting 
Bruce Boyd 497 56%
Milton Dunaway 397 44%
WALTHALL CO. SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5 D -- 4 precincts reporting 
Clennel Brown 467 55%
Wyonia Jackson 377 45%

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