2022 Mississippi Primary Runoff Elections

These top two runoffs are for races where no candidate received a majority of the vote in the June 7 primary.

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U.S. House

Two of the state's three GOP incumbents are in danger of being ousted after being forced into runoff elections.

Numbers beside each candidate's name reflect the percentage of the vote received in the June 7 primary.

District 2

Brian Flowers (43%) and Ronald Eller (32%) advanced. This is the state's lone Democratic district and is safe in the general election for 15-term incumbent Bennie Thompson.

District 3

Navy veteran Michael Cassidy (47.4%) edged incumbent Michael Guest (47.0%) by about 200 votes. Guest was not expected to be at risk for renomination to a 3rd term, but voters apparently took exception to the fact that he voted in favor of a January 6 commission. 

District 4

Incumbent Steve Palazzo (31%) and Mike Ezell (25%) advanced to the runoff. Palazzo is seeking a 7th term, but has been under investigation by the House Ethics Committee for over a year. Ezell has been endorsed by Clay Wagner, who narrowly missed the runoff with 22% of the primary vote.