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battle for the second highest ranking officer in the Mississippi state government, the Lieutenant Governor, has concluded. Incumbent Republican Delbert Hosan has defeated Democrat Ryan Grover with 63% of the vote.

Furthermore, Republican Lyn Fitch has been declared the winner in the race for Attorney General, becoming Mississippi’s 40th Attorney General and the first woman in that position, garnering 61% of the vote. Incumbent Republican Secretary of State Michael Watson has also emerged victorious with 62% of the vote, defeating Democratic challenger Ty Pinkins.

Watson promises to advocate for significant campaign finance reform and further reductions in business regulations. In another race, Republican Shad White has defeated Democrat Larry Bradford, securing his second full term as the incumbent. White obtained 61% of the vote, while Bradford received 39%. Lastly, the race for the state Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce is between incumbent Republican Andy Gibson and Democratic nominee Robert Bradford.

Gibson, known for his support of Mississippi products through the “Made in Mississippi” campaign, is seeking a second full term. As of now, Gibson is in the lead with 60% of the vote, while Bradford has 40%..

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