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2015 Mississippi Attorney General election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2015 Mississippi Attorney General election
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Jim Hood 2014 (cropped).jpg
D. Michael Hurst Jr. official photo (cropped).jpg
Nominee Jim Hood Mike Hurst
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 395,969 320,192
Percentage 55.29% 44.71%

Mississippi Attorney General election results, 2015 results by county.svg
County results
Hood:      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%      80–90%      >90%
Hurst:      50–60%      60–70%

Attorney General before election

Jim Hood
Democratic

Elected Attorney General

Jim Hood
Democratic

The 2015 Mississippi Attorney General election was held on November 3, 2015, to elect the Attorney General of Mississippi. Incumbent Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood, who had been the only statewide elected Democrat in Mississippi since 2008, sought and won reelection to a fourth term. As of 2021, this is the last statewide election in Mississippi that was won by a Democratic candidate.

Primaries

Democratic nomination

Candidate

Republican primary

Candidate

Results

Republican primary results[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mike Hurst 217,201 100.00%
Total votes 217,201 100.00%

General election

Results

2015 Mississippi Attorney General election[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jim Hood (incumbent) 395,969 55.29%
Republican Mike Hurst 320,192 44.71%
Total votes 716,161 100.00%
Democratic hold

County results

Jim
Hood (D)
Mike
Hurst (R)
County # % # %
Adams 5,046 2,336
Alcorn 5,273 5,136
Amite 2,838 2,193
Attala 3,043 2,028
Benton 1,721 1,022
Bolivar 7,177 2,122
Calhoun 3,122 2,015
Carroll 2,226 1,824
Chickasaw 4,530 1,221
Choctaw 1,424 1,366
Claiborne 3,093 404
Clarke 3,150 2,729
Clay 5,180 2,031
Coahoma 2,977 957
Copiah 4,960 2,385
Covington 3,527 2,815
DeSoto 6,656 14,344
Forrest 8,871 8,323
Franklin 1,846 1,208
George 2,155 3,860
Greene 1,701 2,119
Grenada 4,150 2,644
Hancock 3,340 5,065
Harrison 14,802 16,235
Hinds 43,464 14,335
Holmes 4,275 700
Humphreys 2,058 574
Issaquena 404 165
Itawamba 3,712 3,198
Jackson 10,139 14,515
Jasper 4,073 2,255
Jefferson 2,487 246
Jefferson Davis 2,900 1,181
Jones 7,242 10,251
Kemper 2,830 957
Lafayette 5,835 5,164
Lamar 4,696 8,923
Lauderdale 8,819 8,157
Lawrence 2,788 2,081
Leake 3,344 2,666
Lee 9,626 9,749
Leflore 5,127 1,821
Lincoln 5,029 5,324
Lowndes 10,241 7,258
Madison 12,744 14,802
Marion 3,237 4,240
Marshall 4,290 2,136
Monroe 6,328 4,329
Montgomery 2,296 1,553
Neshoba 3,153 4,140
Newton 2,486 4,359
Noxubee 2,817 669
Oktibbeha 6,494 4,720
Panola 7,030 4,033
Pearl River 2,798 6,299
Perry 2,086 1,910
Pike 7,270 4,576
Pontotoc 4,548 3,793
Prentiss 3,507 2,951
Quitman 2,069 691
Rankin 12,590 21,410
Scott 4,128 2,985
Sharkey 1,337 347
Simpson 4,126 3,649
Smith 2,855 2,872
Stone 2,358 2,857
Sunflower 4,406 1,319
Tallahatchie 2,575 1,026
Tate 3,046 2,957
Tippah 3,225 3,196
Tishomingo 3,217 3,421
Tunica 1,709 743
Union 3,907 3,709
Walthall 2,813 1,930
Warren 7,186 4,781
Washington 7,260 2,374
Wayne 3,453 2,911
Webster 1,773 1,711
Wilkinson 2,616 960
Winston 3,841 2,493
Yalobusha 2,306 1,506
Yazoo 4,333 2,388

[5]

Notes

  1. ^ "AG Hood qualifies for re-election". The Clarion-Ledger. February 20, 2015. Retrieved April 18, 2015.
  2. ^ The Associated Press (February 27, 2015). "GOP federal prosecutor to challenge Mississippi AG Jim Hood". The Clarion-Ledger. Retrieved March 1, 2015.
  3. ^ "2015 Republican Primary". Mississippi Secretary of State. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  4. ^ "2015 General Election". Mississippi Secretary of State. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  5. ^ County Level Election Results 2015[permanent dead link]. Mississippi Secretary of State. Retrieved February 24, 2019
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