By Edelia “Dr. Jay” Carthan,
Millions of Mississippians’ voices have been heard across the state Tuesday, November 3, election day. Residents of the “Magnolia” state voted within the presidential election, a Senate race, congressional races, Mississippi Supreme Court judges’ race, a new state flag and legalized Marijuana.
Although the Presidential race continues to be undecided and could be very shut, Mississippians have been fairly clear on a number of poll measures and different key races. At press time, roughly 70% of the precincts reported are included on this article primarily based off outcomes reported by the Associated Press.
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, a white Republican who stated she needed to be entrance row of a public hanging, received reelection for United States senator by defeating Mike Espy, a black Democrat, previously the primary black congressman from MS and the primary black to function U.S. secretary of agriculture underneath the Clinton Administration.
Mississippi hasn’t had a…