Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is poised to secure 6 electoral votes in the Mississippi election, and incumbent GOP Sen. Roger Wicker is set to win another term in the U.S. Senate.
A Romney victory over Barack Obama in the Magnolia State is all but certain. The president lost Mississippi to then-presidential contender John McCain in 2008.
Wicker is being challenged by Democrat Albert N. Gore Jr. CNN reported in September:
Colonel Gore has never met the former vice president, whom he calls a distant relative, but says the two served in Vietnam at the same time.
"He's a good man. Honest. And he should have been president," he said.
Voters in Mississippi can cast ballots at the polls between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Central time.
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