/Fitch outspending Taggart in final reporting period before Tuesday’s attorney general runoff

Fitch outspending Taggart in final reporting period before Tuesday’s attorney general runoff

Two Madison County residents are competing to replace Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood, who is running for the open governor’s office. Fitch spent $339 901 on campaign-related activities between July 28 and Aug. 17. Taggart spent $108,086. Fitch spent $898.743 on the year while Taggart spent $499.563. Fitch has $691,738 in campaign contributions and $71,986 cash on hand. Taggart has received $629,205 in campaign donations and has $129668 cash on hand. Fitch, who is a two-term treasurer of the state, entered the election year having received campaign contributions during her time as treasurer. Taggart worked in private practice before deciding to run this year for AG. He was a former Madison County supervisor, and previously served in the 1990s as the chief of staff for Governor. Kirk Fordice. During the last days of the election, both candidates continued to file individual contributions reports. On the August 27th ballot, there will be several runoffs elections. De’Keither Stamps, Jackson City Council Member and Dorothy “Dot” Benford, Jackson, will compete in the Democratic Party’s runoff for the vacant Public Service Commission position. John Caldwell from DeSoto County, and Geoffrey Yoste from Lafayette County are running for the Republican primary for the seat of Northern District transportation commissioner. On the Republican ballot, there will be six House elections and five state Senate runoffs. There will be four Senate and two House runoffs on the Democratic ballot. Voter Guide 2019. The top two vote-getters will advance to the second round if there was no winner in the Aug.6 primary. Voters who voted in a party’s primary election on Aug. 6, can only vote in the runoff for that party’s Tuesday. People who didn’t vote on Aug. 6, can still vote in the runoff they choose Tuesday. The Republican race for governor between Lt. Governor and Tate Reeves will be the most talked-about on Tuesday’s ballot. Tate Reeves, former Supreme Court Chief Judge Bill Waller Jr.