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Liquor, tax referendum defeated, other election results

In the general election for Nov. 7, 2006 these are the unofficial results for Pearl River County.

US Senator election had Erick Flemming, Trent Lott and Harold Taylor running, and Lott leading during the election. Lott took Pearl River County with 10,759.

U.S. Representative Fourth CD election had Randy McDonnell and Gene Taylor running with Taylor leading. Taylor won the race in Pearl River County with 9,609 votes.

Chancery Court, District 10, place 1 election had James Thomas Jr. running uncontested and received 10,196 votes in Pearl River County.

Chancery Court, District 10, Place 2 election had Sebe Dale Jr., Jay Jernigan and Ed Pittman Jr. running with Pittman leading. Pittman won Pearl River County with 5,423 votes.

Chancery Court, District 10, place 3 election had Johnny L. Williams running uncontested. He received 10,018 votes in Pearl River County.

Chancery Court, District 10, place 4 election had Jerry Evans, Gene Fair, Deborah Gambrell, Alexander Ignatiev and Aaron Russell Jr. running with Russell leading. Russell won in Pearl River County with 6,130 votes.

Circuit Court, District 15, place 1 had R.I Prichard III running uncontested. He received 10,638 votes in Pearl River County.

Circuit Court, District 15, place 2 had Manya Creel Bryan, Forest M. Dantin, James L. Gray and Prentiss G. Harell with Bryan leading. Bryan took Pearl River County with 5,981 votes. However, district wide Harrell was in the lead with 12,324 votes with Morgan Town in Marion County still uncounted.

Court of Appeals, District 5, position 2 had David M. Ishee running uncontested. He received 10,087 votes in Pearl River County.

Supervisor, District 5 had Bettye Stockstill and Tim Prince running with Stockstill leading. Stockstill won with an unofficial vote of 1,875 votes to Prince’s 1,141 votes.

Also on the ballot this election for Pearl River County were the liquor and tax referendums, both were voted down. Liquor lost with an unofficial votes of 6,132 for and 7,279 votes against. The tax referendum lost with 3,935 votes for to 9369 votes against.

All votes are unofficial until absentee, affidavit and emergency ballots are counted and all counts verified.