Mississippi State Senate Candidates

Below is a list of all Mississippi State Senate seats and the candidates that are to be on November 8, 2011 ballot. Each office will also include a write-in slot. By clicking here you will be taken to a page where you may view a sample ballot in picture form. For a complete pdf copy of the statewide ballot click here.

For more information on State Parties and Federal Office holders or congressional candidates for Mississippi, please click here.

More information can be found on the Elections Division websiteincluding polling place locations. Please use this link to find out what District you will have on your ballot. This information did come from the state but you should verify it will your local elections office.

Related:
Mississippi Statewide and Regional Candidates
Mississippi District Attorney Candidates
Mississippi State House Candidates

State Senate District 01
Chris Massey (Republican)

State Senate District 02
Michael Cobb (Republican)
Bill Stone (Democrat)

State Senate District 03
Nickey Browning (Democrat)
Betsey Hamilton (Republican)

State Senate District 04
Rita Potts Parks (Republican)
Eric Powell (Democrat)

State Senate District 05
Jerry Don Keith (Republican)
J. P. Wilemon, Jr. (Democrat)

State Senate District 06
Nancy Adams Collins (Republican)
Stacy Dale Scott (Democrat)

State Senate District 07
Hob Bryan (Democrat)

State Senate District 08
Patsy Gregory (Republican)
Russell R. Jolly (Democrat)

State Senate District 09
Gray Tollison (Democrat)

State Senate District 10
Vann J. Branch (Republican)
Steve Hale (Democrat)

State Senate District 11
Robert L. Jackson (Democrat)

State Senate District 12
Derrick T. Simmons (Democrat)

State Senate District 13
Willie L. Simmons (Democrat)
Clayton Barksdale (Independent)

State Senate District 14
Lydia Graves Chassaniol (Republican)
Carlos E. Moore (Democrat)

State Senate District 15
Gary Jackson (Republican)

State Senate District 16
Bennie L. Turner (Democrat)

State Senate District 17
Terry W. Brown (Republican)

State Senate District 18
Steven Kilgore (Democrat)
Giles K. Ward (Republican)

State Senate District 19
Merle Flowers (Republican)

State Senate District 20
Josh Harkins (Republican)

State Senate District 21
Kenneth Wayne Jones (Democrat)
Loren Ross (Republican)

State Senate District 22
Eugene S. ‘Buck’ Clarke (Republican)
George ‘Boo’ Hollowell (Democrat)

State Senate District 23
Briggs Hopson (Republican)

State Senate District 24
David Jordan (Democrat)
Rogrick Wardell (Independent)

State Senate District 25
Will Longwitz (Republican)
Cecilia Sampayo (Democrat)

State Senate District 26
John Horhn (Democrat)

State Senate District 27
Hillman Terome Frazier (Democrat)

State Senate District 28
Alice Varnado Harden (Democrat)

State Senate District 29
David Blount (Democrat)
Steve Stanford (Republican)

State Senate District 30
Dean Kirby (Republican)

State Senate District 31
Terry C. Burton (Republican)
Melvin J. Hendricks (Democrat)

State Senate District 32
Sampson Jackson, II (Democrat)

State Senate District 33
Videt Carmichael (Republican)

State Senate District 34
Gary Blakeney (Republican)
Haskins Montgomery (Democrat)

State Senate District 35
Perry E. Lee (Republican)

State Senate District 36
Albert Butler (Democrat)

State Senate District 37
Bob M. Dearing (Democrat)
Melanie Sojourner (Republican)

State Senate District 38
Kelvin E. Butler (Democrat)

State Senate District 39
Sally Doty (Republican)
W.L. Rayborn (Democrat)

State Senate District 40
Angela Burks Hill (Republican)

State Senate District 41
Joey Fillingane (Republican)

State Senate District 42
Chris McDaniel (Republican)

State Senate District 43
Phillip Gandy (Republican)
James Vardaman Walley (Democrat)
James Perry Snyder (Independent)

State Senate District 44
John A. Polk (Republican)
Lajena Williams (Reform)

State Senate District 45
Billy Hudson (Republican)

State Senate District 46
Joe Bye (Democrat)
Philip Moran (Republican)
James K. ‘Ken’ Overstreet (Constitution)

State Senate District 47
Tony Smith (Republican)

State Senate District 48
Deborah J. Dawkins (Democrat)
Ashley Skellie (Republican)

State Senate District 49
Sean Tindell (Republican)
Jason Vitosky (Independent)

State Senate District 50
Thomas A. ‘Tommy’ Gollott (Republican)
Travis Burke (Independent)

State Senate District 51
Michael D. Watson, Jr. (Republican)
Brice Wiggins (Republican)

Above is a list of all Mississippi State Senate seats and the candidates that are to be on November 8, 2011 ballot. Each office will also include a write-in slot. By clicking here you will be taken to a page where you may view a sample ballot in picture form. For a complete pdf copy of the statewide ballot click here.

For more information on State Parties and Federal Office holders or congressional candidates for Mississippi, please click here.

More information can be found on the Elections Division websiteincluding polling place locations. Please use this link to find out what District you will have on your ballot. This information did come from the state but you should verify it will your local elections office.

Related:
Mississippi Statewide and Regional Candidates
Mississippi District Attorney Candidates
Mississippi State House Candidates