TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) — Voters on Tuesday elected a new county supervisor, a new school board member and a new state senator while giving a coroner's job to the person holding it on an interim basis.
Real estate broker Wesley Webb defeated businessman Buddy Dickerson in the special election runoff for Lee County District 3 supervisor.
Cassandra Palmer was an overwhelming winner over Ronnie Tucker for one of the two county seats on the Starkville Oktibbeha school board.
Chickasaw County interim coroner Larry Harris won the job in the special election runoff against former coroner Andy Harmon.
And the state Senate District 32 runoff went to Macon attorney Rod Hickman who had no problem defeating Meridian optometrist Minh Duong.
Below are the unofficial results:
LEE COUNTY SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3
3 of 3 precincts
WESLEY WEBB 1,107 62%
BUDDY DICKERSON 674 38%
STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA SCHOOL BOARD
18 of 18 precincts
CASSANDRA PALMER 731 60%
RONNIE TUCKER 481 40%
CHICKASAW COUNTY CORONER
15 of 15 precincts
LARRY HARRIS 856 57%
ANDY HARMON 656 43%
STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32
38 of 38 precincts
ROD HICKMAN 4,169 60%
MINH DUONG 2,823 40%