Tonight, Liam from Deep South Voice will be covering the results of the Democratic runoff election for U.S. Senate candidate David Baria’s election night watch party in Gulfport. If you’re in town, you can join us at Murky Waters BBQ in Gulfport at 7 p.m., or follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @deepsouthvoice.
Don’t forget to vote if you haven’t yet! Polls are open until 7 p.m. You can check the
Secretary of State’s website for more information on where to vote or by calling at one of these numbers.
David Baria and Howard Sherman are vying to decide which Democrat will challenge incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Roger Wicker for his seat from Mississippi in November.
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