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Live Updates: Lafayette County 2020 Election Results

This page will keep a live update tally of the Lafayette County returns for the 2020 General Election as the roll in. Polls close at 7 p.m. in Lafayette County but a near record-breaking turnout on Tuesday might delay when ballot boxes are brought to the Lafayette County Courthouse.

Keep this page open for the latest election results.

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With 18 of 18 precincts reporting

President/Vice President:

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 9,878

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris – 6,904

Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy Cohen – 199

Kanye West/Michelle Tidball – 42

Howie Hawkins/Angela Nicole Walker – 33

Brian Carroll/Amar Patel – 25

Don Blakenship/William Mohr – 10

Phil Collins/Bill Parker – 9

Brock Peirce/Karla Ballard – 5

Write-Ins – 58

 

U.S Senate:

Cindy Hyde-Smith –  9,163

Mike Espy – 7,562

Jimmy L. Edwards – 364

Write-Ins – 14

 

U.S. House of Representatives (1st District):

Trent Kelly – 10,564

Antonia Eliason – 6,275

Write-Ins – 26

 

Supreme Court District 3 (Northern) Position 3:

Josiah Dennis Coleman – 9,742

Percy L. Lynchard – 5,071

Write-Ins – 141

 

Constable Central:

Kenneth Drewery – 2,419

Chris “Snuffy” Smith – 2,015

Write-Ins -45

 

Election Commission District 1:

Faye Phillips – 2,594

Write-Ins – 37

 

Election Commission District 2:

Max Hipp – 2,794

Write-Ins – 37

 

Election Commission District 3:

Lola M. Pearson – 2,029

Philip Wade Carpenter – 2,027

Write-Ins – 7

 

Election Commission District 4:

Laura Antonow – 2,007

Tony Halcin – 1,220

Write-Ins – 21

 

Election Commission District 5:

Debbie Black – 2,072

Write-Ins – 19

 

School Board District 1:

Jamie Anderson – 624

Gary Lee “Chick” Drewrey – 511

Andrew Bilbo – 331

Steven W. Treloar – 152

Write-Ins – 6

 

School Board District 5:

Kathy Babb Worley – 927

William “Bill” M. McGregor, Jr. – 686

Write-Ins – 4

 

Statewide Ballot Measure 1 (Initiative 65):

For Approval of Either – 11,705

Against Both – 4,658

 

And Vote For One:

For 65 – 10,498

For 65A – 3,896

 

Statewide Ballot Measure 2:

Yes – 13,220

No – 3,180

 

Statewide Ballot Measure 3 (Flag):

Yes – 13,260

No – 3,670