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Mississippi Secretary of State - Elections
2003 Mississippi Statewide Primary Results
Filing Deadline: 3/1/03, Primary: 8/5/03, Run-off: 8/26/03,
Notes, List of State Parties,
Governor,
Ronnie Musgrove (D) 76.7%, '87 candidate Gilbert Fountain (D) 7.9%, Elder E. McClendon (D) 5.7%, Catherine M. Starr (D) 5.2%, activist / '00 Reform Party Congressional candidate Katie R. Perrone (D) 4.6%, '96 Congressional nominee / attorney John Arthur Eaves, Jr. (D) withdrew ex-GOP Nat'l Chair / '82 Senate nominee Haley Barbour (R) 82.7%, attorney Mitchell H. "Mitch" Tyner, Sr. (R) 17.3%, Sherman Lee Dillon (G),
'00 & '02 Senate nominee / evangelist Shawn O'Hara (Rfm),
John Thomas Cripps (C),
Lt. Governor,
St. Sen. Barbara Blackmon (D) 53.9%, ex-St. Sup. Ct. Justice / '99 Governor candidate James L. "Jimmy" Roberts, Jr. (D) 36.9%, ex-college administrator / '99 Lt. Gov. candidate / '00 Senate nominee Troy D. Brown, Sr. (D) 9.2%, Amy Tuck (R), Anna J. Reives (Rfm),
Attorney General,
D.A. Jim Hood (D), ex-Ass't. U.S. Att. / ex-FBI agent Scott Newton (R),
attorney Delbert Hosemann (R) withdrew on March 7 2003, ex-D.A. / ex-Judge John T. Kitchens (R) withdrew on March 26, 2003 and endorsed Hood (D),
Secretary of State,
Eric Clark (D), activist Julio Del Castillo (R), '02 Congressional nominee Brenda Blackburn (Rfm),
Treasurer,
ex-banker / st. finance dept. adm. Gary Anderson (D) 40.0%, St. Sen. / 1996 Congressional candidate Robert H. "Rob" Smith (D) 35.4%, businesswoman Cindy Ayers Elliott (D) 24.6%, investment banker Tate Reeves (R) 48.8%, ex-St. Trans. Comm'r. Wayne Burkes (R) 31.0%, St. Rep. Andrew M. Ketchings (R) 20.3%, '00 & '02 Congressional nominee / photographer / artist Lee F. Dilworth (Rfm),
Auditor,
No Democrat Phil Bryant (R), Billy Blackburn (Rfm),
Agriculture & Commerce Commissioner,
Lester Spell (D), '99 Democratic candidate Roger D. Crowder (R) 41.8%, teacher / '95 candidate Max Phillips (R) 24.7%, farmer Kyle Weston Magee (R) 16.9%, '99 Democratic candidate Fred T. Smith (R) 16.6%, '98 Congressional nominee Robert "Bob" Claunch (Rfm),
Insurance Commissioner,
George Dale (D), insurance agent Aaron "Lucky" Dupuy, III (R), Barbara Dale Washer (Rfm),
Run Off Elections
Treasurer,
ex-banker / st. finance dept. adm. Gary Anderson (D) 53.3%, St. Sen. / 1996 Congressional candidate Robert H. "Rob" Smith (D) 46.7%, investment banker Tate Reeves (R) 69.1%, ex-St. Trans. Comm'r. Wayne Burkes (R) 30.9%, '00 & '02 Congressional nominee / photographer / artist Lee F. Dilworth (Rfm),
Agriculture & Commerce Commissioner,
Lester Spell (D), teacher / '95 candidate Max Phillips (R) 50.3%, '99 Democratic candidate Roger D. Crowder (R) 49.7%, '98 Congressional nominee Robert "Bob" Claunch (Rfm),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races.

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


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