State treasurer, Tate Reeves, a Republican, campaigned Wednesday in Meridian.
The incumbent is in his first term. Reeves said he wants a chance to represent the state for four more years.
"It's six days until the election. So Lauderdale County has been so good to me in the three times that I've been elected. First in the primary, then in a runoff, and then in the general election in 2003," said Reeves. "And it's great to be back and see a lot of old friends and ask them again got their vote. And tell them how important it is to get out and vote because this election's all about turnout."
Reeves faces Democrat Shawn O'Hara in the general election Nov. 6. WTOK-TV will have an interview with O'Hara on the air Thursday night.
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