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Mississippi Secretary of State - Elections
2000 Mississippi Democratic Presidential Caucuses Results
March 14, 2000
Al Gore 89.7%
Bill Bradley 8.6%
Lyndon LaRouche 1.7%
2000 Mississippi Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 14, 2000
George W. Bush 87.9%
Alan Keyes 5.6%
John McCain 5.5%
Gary Bauer 0.4%
Steve Forbes 0.4%
Orrin Hatch 0.2%

2000 Mississippi Congressional Primary Results
March 14, 2000
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Senator
ex-college administrator Troy Brown (D) 37%, attorney / DNC committeeman Rickey L. Cole (D) 21%, Clinton Allison (D) 20%, '96 nominee / ex-factory worker James W. "Bootie" Hunt (D) 12%, Bob Richmond Jr. (D) 12%, Trent Lott (R), '99 Governor candidate / confederate heritage activist Jim Giles (I), Shawn O'Hara (Rfm), Lewis W. Napper (L),
1st Congressional District
St. Rep. Joe T. "Joey" Grist (D), Roger F. Wicker (R), software developer Chris Lawrence (L)
2nd Congressional District
Bennie G. Thompson (D), Hardy Caraway (R) 53%, minister Robert Brown (R) 47%, '98 nominee Will Chipman (L)
3rd Congressional District
William Clay Thrash (D) Charles W. "Chip" Pickering Jr. (R), Jonathan Golden (L)
4th Congressional District
Ronnie Shows (D), DA Dunn Lampton (R) 61%, radio talk show host Geoffrey Yoste (R) 39%, Ernie John Hopkins (L), Betty Pharr (Rfm), state transportation official Willie Richardson (I),
5th Congressional District
Gene Taylor (D), accountant / '98 nominee Randy McDonnell (R) 46%, Nicholas "Nick" Owens (R) 28%,, innkeeper Karl Mertz (R) 26%, state party chair Wayne Parker (L), Katie Perrone (Rfm),
2000 Mississippi Congressional Run-Off Results
April 4, 2000
Senator
ex-college administrator Troy Brown (D) 68%, attorney / DNC committeeman Rickey Cole (D) 37%, Trent Lott (R), '99 Governor candidate / confederate heritage activist Jim Giles (I), Shawn O'Hara (Rfm), Lewis W. Napper (L),
5th Congressional District
Gene Taylor (D), accountant / '98 nominee Randy McDonnell (R), Nicholas "Nick" Owens (R) state party chair Wayne Parker (L), Katie Perrone (Rfm),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party


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