Republican races in three of four congressional districts in Mississippi were too close to call in the June 7 primaries. A runoff is set for June 28 to determine who will be on the ballot in November to represent the state in Washington, D.C.

Fighting to keep a foothold in their districts are incumbents Michael Guest, in District 3 and Steven Palazzo in District 4.

The third race is in District 2, where the winner of the runoff will face longtime Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson in the general election.

June 7 primaries:Mississippi election results are in. Well, kind of.

Previously:Mississippi Primary election 2022: Secretary of State wants ‘as many people to vote as possible’

With seven Republicans on the ticket, a runoff in District 4 was inevitable, since it would be difficult for any one candidate to reach the required 50% plus one votes. 

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