The Mississippi Senate run-off is scheduled for tomorrow, as voters will visit the polling places beginning Tuesday morning. Mississippi is one of 16 states that have no early voting procedure so all ballots will be cast at the polling place. The race has been saddled with controversy as appointed incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) has made a series of ill-advised comments with racial connotations that makes this a closer race than typical Mississippi voting history would suggest.
JMC Analytics just reported the only publicly released survey in the run-off cycle (11/19-21 & 24; 684 MS likely special election voters) and finds Sen. Hyde-Smith still leading Democratic former US Agriculture Secretary and ex-Mississippi Congressman Mike Espy, 54-44%.
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