The Biloxi primaries — by the numbers

Here are the results for the Democratic and Republican primaries held in Biloxi today. The numbers do not include affadavit ballots. Those who were unopposed, those who received more than 50 percent of the vote and any independent candidates will be on the ballot in the general election on June 2.

Mayor

Democrats:

Jesse Herron Kennedy Jr., 537 votes (82.26 percent)

Republicans:

A.J. Holloway, 3,362 votes (65.16 percent)

Michael Janus, 1,794 votes (34.77 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 1

Democrats:

George W. Lawrence, 64 votes (95.52 percent)

Republicans:

August H. Parker Jr., 355 votes (92.21 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 2

Democrats:

Le’Roy C. “Foxx” Carney, 63 votes (10.75 percent)

Felix O. Gines, 225 votes (38.4 percent)

Kay Frances Horne, 75 votes (12.8 percent)

William “Bill” Stallworth, 223 votes (38.05 percent)

Republicans: None.


Councilmember, Ward 3

Democrats:

Lucy Denton, 44 votes (97.78 percent)

Republicans:

Keith Burton, 203 votes (41 percent)

Charles T. Harrison Jr., 174 votes (35 percent)

Richard Moss, 110 votes (22 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 4

Democrats:

Mary A. Larson

Republicans:

Richard K. Calaway II, 40 votes (3.10 percent)

Mike Fitzpatrick, 362 votes (28.04 percent)

Clark Griffith, Lt. General, USAF Ret., 885 votes (68.55 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 5

Democrats:

None.

Republicans:

Susan Swetman LeBatard, 384 votes (45.93 percent)

Tom Wall, 452 votes (54.07 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 6

Democrats: None


Republicans:

Russell I. Bistle, 255 votes (24.06 percent)

George Fassitt, 51 votes (4.81 percent)

Edward “Ed” Gemmill, 754 votes (71.13 percent)

Councilmember, Ward 7

Democrats None.

Republicans: David Fayard, 640 votes.


Independents:
Ben L. Chanek

More online

To see a printable version of the actual vote tally,
click here.

To see the Democratic and Republican precinct-by-precinct totals for the city’s 11 voting precincts (two precints in Wards 1, 2, 4 and 7, and one precinct in Wards 3, 5 and 6), click here.

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