Voters in several Mississippi Delta counties returned to the polls Tuesday to choose officials ranging from supervisor to constable in primary runoffs. In the races listed below, all candidates are Democrats. There were no runoffs for Republican in these races.
Supervisor District 3: Olanda D. Morton, 53.92 percent, C.P. “Babe” Billings, 45.86 percent.
Supervisor District 4: Joseph White 50.65 percent, James D. McBride, 49.35 percent.
Chancery clerk: Casey Carpenter 61.79 percent, Christy Noah, 38.17 percent.
Constable Southern District: Roshaun Daniels, 55.1 percent, Rob F. Banks, 44.9 percent.
Supervisor District 5: Roosevelt Lee Jr., 51.67 percent, Will Young, 48.18 percent.
Supervisor District 2: Jerry Wayne Britton, 68.75 percent, Willie "Billy" Peterson, 31.25 percent.
Supervisor District 4: Jessie "Pop" Mason, 61.28 percent, King Evans Jr., 35.97 percent.
Coroner: Ginger Merriweather, 51.16 percent, Tony Hawkins, 47.83 percent.
Constable District 1: Jimmy Manues, 55.31 percent, Frank Chambers, 44.67 percent.
Supervisor District 4: Mala Brooks, 54.92 percent, Charles Patterson, 45.07 percent.
Supervisor District 1: l. "Hamp" Hampton, 56.55 percent, Henry Anderson, 43.3 percent.
Supervisor District 4: Leroy Johnson, 66.79 percent, Joe Willie March, 33.21 percent.
Justice Court Judge District 2: Marcus Fisher, 60.20 percent, Francine Jefferson, 39.60 percent.
Again, most of these are unofficial results. Outcomes may be affected by absentee or affidavit ballots.