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WCBI News at Ten - Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

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WCBI News at Ten - Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

Good evening everyone thanks for joing usus tonight// round two for voters at the polls today in the primary runoffs// some elections will be decided tonight while many others continue on into the november general election// we have crews spread out across the area gathering results.

One of the big state races gathering lots of attention is the anticipated governors race// who will be on the republican ballot come november// tate reeves--current lt.

Governor....claims to be the only conservative in the race bill waller junior..former surpr eme court chief justice.

Re all that rate will be on the ballot, november atty.

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Jim now and see kate raise and not without, no now is not functioning shanea malfunctioning voting machine in lafayette county goes viral on social media this morning// in the video, you see a person select bill waller jr. on their ballot for governor in the republican runoff but the machine moves the vote to the box next to tate reeves name// a spokesperson for the secretary of state's office says there was only one malfunctioning machine at the burgess precinct// the county was contacted and sent a technician to replace the tablet// 19 votes were cast before the error was found// this same incident happened in calhoun county and chickasaw// the secretary of state's office does not run party primaries// counties own the machines, which are tested by local elected officials// the state will also choose it's next attorney general.

Democrat jim hood will be on the ballot for governor come november to run against republican tate reeves.

The winner of the attorney general primary runoff here faces off against democrat jennifer collins in november..

John caldwell gop winner...will face a democratic candidate joe grist come november winner will be decided tonight locally the sheriff's race in lowndes county seems to be the driving force getting voters out today// the county will have a new sheriff in town as sheriff mike ar-ledge doesn't run for a re- election.

Eddie hawkins declared the winner in the sheriff's race..

He will face anthony nelson who is running as an independent in the november general election.

Greg wright is the current chief deputy.

Eddie hawkins for 19 years has worked with the mississippi bureau of narcotics webster county is also electing a new sheriff// that race has been particularly interesting after the fallout with the former sheriff and chief investigator recently sentenced on embezzlement and firearms charges..

Our cash matlock has spent a lot of time covering the polls in webster county, he joins us live with the latest// i'm here in front of the brand new courthouse building... folks inside are busy counting the ballots for this run-off.

The run-off is between democratic sheriff candidates david gore and casey henderson.

Right now the numbers are: goreóóó and hendersonóóóó with óó of óó precincts reporting.

In order for someone to be victorious tonight they will have to achieve 50 percent of the vote plus one.

So, not 51 percent... 50 percent plus one... it's safe to say that every vote counts in this election.

Now the winner of tonight's run off will go on to face republican candidate jeffrey mann in the november election.

For the latest information on tonight's elections follow wcbi news on social media or cashmatlockwcbi on twitter.

Reporting in webster county, cash matlock, wcbi news winner faces barry gregg in the november general election..bubba nix is the incumbent.

Seeking re- election.

Winner faces a republican and another candidate running as an independent in the november election barbara spraggins currently works in the circuit clerks office... the seat is open after bob harell announced he isn't running wipe to gfx this race will be final wipe to gfx in this race the monroe county supervisor district three we have two runoffs.

A republican and democrataic runoff.

Carol crawford is the former district 3 supervisor.

Brian atkins is a former county extension agent.

Wipe to gfx in this race the monroe county supervisor district three we have two runoffs.

A republican and democrataic runoff.

...chip chism is the incumbent ---carol crawford running on this one off is the current democratic apologize to people running their lead in the part of a supervisor property for me is i believe it was 20 i believe it was 23 in monroe county discovered that going to county now make any justice court to mailing read mail and we only coming to an election coming denver county justice judge district die.

I 17 first look stinger first look summary: a cold front is moving through the region and it will usher in brighter skies and lower humidity for the end of the work week and the start of the labor day weekend.

Tuesday night: variably cloudy with a few lingering showers possible.

The chance of rain is 10-20% or less.

Lows around 70 with nw winds 2-5 mph.

Wednesday: becoming mostly sunny.

Northerly winds between 5-15 mph will allow less humid air to filter in during the day.

Highs will be in 4 of the 5 supervisors races in itawamba county were left undecided after the first round of voting..

Winner faces democratic candidate in general election in november---race is final my supervisor to this race obviously also i don't i don't even want to also supervisor three this race as i carry more faith in canada general election coming up know them also to provide by him on the county on the ocean final in coming up know a lot of you see your legal eyes you are the see his face as well, can you excite letter to you randy stringer side on the other side henderson that race there and there on the side, so lucia county elected sheriff there is the incumbent losing your sharewx county is high now do we want back in the statement about hero announced he would not be running now the late to see what happenedmoving through the region and it will usher in brighter skies and lower humidity for the end of the work week and the start of the labor day weekend.

Tuesday night: variably cloudy with a few lingering showers possible.

The chance of rain is 10-20% or less.

Lows around 70 with nw winds 2-5 mph.

Wednesday: becoming mostly sunny.

Northerly winds between 5-15 mph will allow less humid air to filter in during the day.

Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear and quiet.

Much cooler lows in the low 60s return.

Thursday: warm, sunny, and less humid.

Highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Thursday night: clear and cool.

Lows in the low 60s with some upper 50s certainly possible.

Friday-saturday: mostly sunny and warm.

This bodes well for high school football games friday night and for the college football games on saturday.

The ole miss/memphis game up in memphis should have beautiful weather.

Highs will be in the upper 80s to lower 90s with lows in the 60s.

Don't forget to wear your sunscreen and sunglasses!

Sunday-tuesday: we're going to keep a 20-30% chance of pop- up showers and storms going.

It's not looking like a washout by any means but there could be some rain around.

Highs will remain in the upper 80s to lower 90s.

The wildcard will be the remnants of dorian that could affect part of the southeast, especially parts of florida and georgia.

It's something we'll be monitoring during the course of the next few days.

Stay connected with @wcbiweather on facebook, twitter, and instagram stinger summary: a cold front is moving through the region and it will usher in brighter skies and lower humidity for the end of the work week and the start of the labor day weekend.

Tuesday night: variably cloudy with a few lingering showers possible.

The chance of rain is 10-20% or less.

Lows around 70 with nw winds 2-5 mph.

Wednesday: becoming mostly sunny.

Northerly winds between 5-15 mph will allow less humid air to filter in during the day.

Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear and quiet.

Much cooler lows in the bulldogs took care of business against the ragin cajuns last year...will it be a repeat performance in the bayou?

More on game week next in sports..

For the second straight year, mississippi state will meet louisiana on the football field... the bulldogs and rajun cajuns are similar in some ways..

Both head coaches entering their second year with their school after reaching a bowl in year one the ragin cajuns are fresh off a division title, and head coach joe moorhead says they're looking to make the year two leap, just like the bulldogs "i think having been at a "gro of five place" or and fc school that had the ability to jump up and play some division 1a schools at fordham.

We were fortunate enough to win two of our four games.

This is a game where the kids get fired and excited about playing an sec west team.

We are expecting to see their best and like anything from year one to year two is when you see - whether it is a freshman becoming a sophomore or an entire program - you see the most improvement in a program in that year one to year two jump, so i am expecting to see the same from them."

Memphis prepares for the ole miss rebels...the rivalry pitting two schools 80 miles apart for the tigers..it's about making a statement early, head coach mike norvell saying his team is looking forward to facing an sec program "this is a game where we hav to go out there and prove ourselves.

I don't care what anyone says on the outside, this is, this is going to be a challenge.

This is going to be a great challenge and opportunity for our program.

I'm excited about it, but our guys are going to have to go out there and play at a high level."

"i mean, if you're from memphis you're either an ole miss fan or a memphis fan growing up.

I've always been a memphis fan, so it makes it that much sweeter to actually be in the rivalry game."

"both teams are going to b pumped up and fired up.

Man, it's college football.

It's the greatest sport.

It's so much fun to be a part of.

I know houston five top 10 pool votes as well.

Scott hensel city six this poor is also sourcing to and one in ny the lost was worried about changing much of that one woman minute to seven 75t cps was laughing so also seem to heritage academy number two2 area schools duking it out in volletball.

Columbus visiting louisville.

1st set.

Louisville up.

Back and forth rally between the two ends in nirthah berry spiking this one for the point cutting into the lead.

Later in the set, another rally.

The falcons ma- ha-ya reeves with the return, then desiree hogan with a return of her own that's too much for reeves giving the wildcats the point.

Now set point for the wildcats, nice dig for louisville, nakia hogan with the down the highway nanih waya taking on kemper county.

Warriors up 6 points in the 1st, back and forth rally between the two ending with chloe week setting up dallyn nance with the return for the point.

Later in the set, eye-onna coleman with the last ... finally some dry year-round used to outlast sunshine the rest we committee to sell beloved wife




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