Second District GOP Race in Limbo

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Hinds County will not report election totals Tuesday night, leaving the results of a 2nd District Republican congressional primary in limbo.

Election Commissioner Marilyn Avery says some poll workers had trouble transferring information from voting machines. Avery says the machines did not malfunction.

Commissioners will finish counting the GOP primary.

Candidates are Richard Cook of Byram, a teacher who ran for the seat in 2008; George Bailey, an ordained minister, retired teacher and law enforcement officer from Clinton; and Bill Marcy of Meridian, a former Chicago police officer who ran unsuccessfully for a state House seat in Meridian in 2009.

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