Hinds County Supervisor Races
There were three supervisors races that had several candidates vying for those seats.
In the District 2 race, the unofficial results showed that Anthony ‘Tony’ Smith (D) defeated Darrel McQuirter (I). Smith received 9,692 votes, while McQuirter received 4,045.
McQuirter previously held the District 2 seat before he was defeated by David Archie. Archie lost the Democratic primary race to Smith.
In the District 4 race, the unofficial results showed that Wanda Evers (D) defeated Allison Clower Lauderdale. Evers received 8,104, while Lauderdale received 4,593.
Evers previously defeated Supervisor Vern Gavin in the Democratic primary runoff.
In the District 5 race, the unofficial results showed that incumbent Supervisor Bobby ‘Bobcat’ McGowan (D) defeated two Independent challengers in the race.
Hinds County Sheriff
Incumbent Hinds County Sheriff Tyree Jones (D) was re-elected on Tuesday, November 7.
According to the unofficial results, Jones received 53,937 votes. His opponent, Reginald Thompson (I), received 7,934 votes.
Jones defeated Marshand Crisler in the August primary.
Hinds County District Attorney
Incumbent Hinds County District Attorney Jody Owens (D) was also re-elected on Tuesday, November 7.
According to the unofficial results, Owens received 44,642 votes. His opponent, Darla Palmer (I), received 16,730 votes.
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