Voters have some big decisions to make tomorrow.

A lot of election talk on "Gulf Coast Mornings with Kelly Bennett and Uncle Henry" on this Nov 5th edition of the show.  Here are the highlights:

In-person absentee voting is over in Mississippi. It ended Saturday at noon. Absentee ballots can still be sent in by mail before 5 p.m. today. Large voter turnout ahead of and on Election Day is expected to have a big impact on who represents Mississippi in the Senate.

Two U.S. Senate races will be decided in Mississippi tomorrow. Four candidates are vying to fill the remaining two years of Senator Thad Cochran's seat after his retirement. Incumbent U.S. Senator Roger Wicker is seeking re-election and will face off against Democratic challenger David Baria. Libertarian Danny Bedwell and Reform Party member Sean O'Hara are also pursuing Wicker's seat.

Harrison County School Bond also on the ballot, despite efforts from Biloxi and Gulfport to have it removed.

Democrats are looking to pick up 23 seats in the House and two in the Senate in tomorrow's midterm elections.


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