UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS WITH COUNTY BY COUNTY BREAKDOWN
STATEMENT FROM SECRETARY HOSEMANN ON 2008 GENERAL ELECTION
“The 2008 General Election was historical not only nationally, but here in Mississippi as well. Mississippi Circuit Clerks and the Secretary of State’s Office have been working diligently to promote the vote throughout our State. The record turnout is a testament to the desire of Mississippians to have their voices heard in the electoral process.
The record number of voters who cast their ballots on November 4th were processed by approximately 20,000 poll workers and 7,000 voting machines in an orderly manner. Our election system was well prepared for the massive turnout. The hard work of our election officials and the patience of our voters certainly paid off."
UNOFFICIAL VOTER TURNOUT FOR 2008 GENERAL ELECTION:
(This number will increase as counties continue to count affidavit ballots.)
CURRENT PERCENTAGE OF REGISTERED VOTERS WHO CAST A BALLOT IN THE 2008 GENERAL ELECTION:
(Assumes accuracy of current voter rolls which we believe are inflated)
VOTER TURNOUT FOR 2004 GENERAL ELECTION:
APPROXIMATE INCREASE BETWEEN 2004 AND 2008 GENERAL ELECTIONS:
Unofficial Statewide Voter Turnout by County