Mississippi gubernatorial election, 2007
|Elections in Mississippi|
The Mississippi gubernatorial election, 2007 was held on Tuesday, November 6. Incumbent Haley Barbour was re-elected to serve a four-year term as Governor of Mississippi from January 15, 2008 through January 10, 2012. The Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi is also on the ballot and elected for the same time period.
|Republican||Haley Barbour (inc.)||184,036||93.11|
- William Compton, teacher
- John Arthur Eaves, Jr., attorney
- Louis Fondren, former Mississippi State Representative, former Mayor of Moss Point
- Fred Smith
|Democratic||John Arthur Eaves, Jr.||314,012||70.29|
|Source||Date||Barbour (R)||Eaves (D)|
|Mississippi Education Association||Apr 7, 2007||50%||35%|
|Republican||Haley Barbour (inc.)||430,807||57.90%||+5.31%|
|Democratic||John Arthur Eaves, Jr.||313,232||42.10%||-3.71%|
- Sundheim, Chris (2007-11-06). "Miss. Governor Easily Wins 2nd Term". Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-11-06.
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