Live Results: Mississippi Primary Runoff, Virginia House Special Election

This Tuesday brings an Uncontested special election in the Virginia House of Delegates. There are also some primary runoffs in the Mississippi State House.

Virginia House of Delegates District 6

Republicans hold a 49-46 edge in the Virginia House of Delegates. There are five vacancies. Members serve two-year terms; the next regular elections are this November.

District 6 is currently located near the North Carolina border in the southwestern part of the state. Republican Jeffrey Campbell resigned in July to become a judge.

Redistricting in the state was not completed in time for the 2021 elections (the last regular election), so this special election will use the existing District 6 boundaries. 

The only candidate on the ballot is Republican Jonathan Arnold. Polls close at 7:00 PM Eastern Time.

The state's recent House primaries were held using redistricted boundaries. What is now District 6 is largely contained within the new District 46. Arnold will be unopposed in that district this November. The new District 6 is located in the Washington, D.C. area, and is safely Democratic.

Looking ahead, both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly are competitive in terms of partisan control in this year's November general elections. That will make these elections among the most closely-watched on November 7.

Mississippi State House (Runoffs)

Republicans have a large majority in the Mississippi House of Representatives. The party controls 77 seats, with 40 Democrats and 3 independents. There are two vacancies.  Members serve four-year terms.

There are three Republican and three Democratic runoffs. Two of the three GOP contests involve incumbents.

The results tables are ordered by District number. Polls close at 8:00 PM Eastern Time.

Upcoming Elections

Looking ahead to 2024? Bookmark the Presidential Election Calendar

  • September 5
    • Rhode Island Congressional District 1 Special (Primary)
    • Utah Congressional District 2 Special (Primary)
    • Rhode Island State Senate District 1 Special (Primary)
    • South Carolina State Senate District 42 Special (Primary)
      • Runoff, if needed, September 19
  • September 12
    • Charlotte, North Carolina Mayoral (Primary)
      • Runoff, if needed, October 10
    • New York State Assembly District 27 Special
  • September 14
    • Nashville, Tennessee Mayoral (Runoff)
    • Tennessee State House District 51 Special
  • September 19
    • New Hampshire State House District Hillsborough 3 Special (Primary)
    • New Hampshire State House District Rockingham 1 Special
    • Pennsylvania State House District 21 Special
  • September 26
    • Alabama State House Districts 16 and 55 Special (Primary)
      • Runoff, if needed, October 24
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