FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, August 2, 2005

GOVERNOR HALEY BARBOUR SETS SPECIAL ELECTION FOR THREE VACANT HOUSE SEATS

(Jackson, Miss.) – Governor Haley Barbour announced today that a special election has been set for August 30, 2005, to fill three vacant House of Representatives’ seats.

The three vacancies were created by the retirement of Charles “Charlie” W. Capps, Jr., the resignation of Joe Taylor, and the retirement of David L. Green. These lawmakers respectively represented District 28 – Bolivar, Sunflower, and Washington Counties; District 86 – Clarke, Perry and Wayne Counties; and District 96 – Adams, Amite, Pike and Wilkinson Counties.

“Whenever a vacancy occurs, it becomes my duty to issue a Writ of Election,” said Governor Barbour. “Voters in these districts need to be alerted to this Special Election and fill these three posts before the Legislature reconvenes.”

If a runoff election is required, it will be held on September 13, 2005.

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Governor Haley Barbour
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