Mississippi's primary runoff election for governor, attorney general, and North Mississippi transportation commissioner is Tuesday, August 27. Several primary runoff elections for the state's Senate and House races will also be taking place. Get the AFA Action iVoterGuide to see how the candidates compare and to see if there is a legislative primary runoff in your district.
You can also watch interviews with Tate Reeves and Bill Waller, both candidates for governor. Rob Chambers of AFA Action interviewed the candidates on the following issues: health-care rights, Medicaid expansion, religious liberty, sanctity of life, LGBT rights, government corruption, increasing gas tax, and free speech on college campuses.
Also, you can watch an interview with Andy Taggart, candidate for Mississippi attorney general. Taggart was asked questions about the following issues: illegal immigration and E-Verify, defending religious liberty and pro-life legislation, legal experience, and Roe v. Wade. (Candidate Lynn Fitch did not respond to an interview request.)
When voting, be sure to take a valid form of voter identification to the poll with you. Visit the Mississippi Secretary of State website to locate your polling place. It's important that informed Christians get out and vote. Runoff elections are often won by a handful of votes.