JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy is aiming for a rematch of a U.S. Senate race that he lost in Mississippi in 2018.
He wants reverse the outcome and defeat Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith.
But to face her in November, he will first have to push past two candidates in the March 10 Democratic primary.
One is Tobey B. Bartee, who's a former military intelligence officer.
The other is Jensen Bohren, who has been a teacher.
Hyde-Smith is unopposed for the Republican nomination. She moves straight to the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
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