Mississippi judicial elections
Mississippi does not hold a judicial primary. Instead, if in the general election no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote a primary runoff is held.
|Supreme Court||Court of Appeals||Circuit Court||Chancery Court||County Court|
|Non-partisan election - 8 year terms||Non-partisan election - 8 year terms||Non-partisan election - 4 year terms||Non-partisan election - 4 year terms||Non-partisan election - 4 year terms|
Lists of candidates running are posted on the Mississippi Secretary of State website.
Statewide results are eventually posted on the Secretary of State website. Newspapers and the county elections websites post results sooner.
- Mississippi judicial elections, 2012
- Mississippi judicial elections, 2010
- Mississippi Supreme Court elections, 2004-2010
Judges in Mississippi serve terms that expire on December 31st.
- Judicial selection in Mississippi
- Election results
- Campaign finance requirements for Mississippi judicial elections