Mississippi remained loyal to President Bush Tuesday night. He picked up the state's six electoral votes. Alabama also sent its nine electoral votes Bush's way.
It looked as if Mississippi were going to give Bush the same margin of victory as it did in 2000. Four years ago, Bush won Mississippi by one of the biggest margins in the country, with 50 percent to 41 percent over former Vice President Al Gore. This election was no different.
So how did east Mississippi and west Alabama counties vote in the presidential race?
All counties except Lauderdale and Neshoba have official results.
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