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}}{{tnr}}'''Antonio Porter''' was a [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013]] candidate for [[State legislative special elections, 2013#February 5, 2013| District 28]] of the [[Mississippi State Senate]]. Special election candidates run without party labels.
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}}{{tnr}}'''Antonio Porter''' was a [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013]] candidate for [[State legislative special elections, 2013#February 5, 2013| District 28]] of the [[Mississippi State Senate]]. Special election candidates run without party labels.<ref name=list>[http://www.sos.ms.gov/links/elections/home/tab1/2013%20Candidate%20Qualiying%20List_AF.pdf ''Mississippi Secretary of State,'' " 2013 candidate qualifying list,"  accessed January 11, 2013]</ref>
  
 
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:: ''See also: [[State legislative special elections, 2013]]
 
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Porter ran in the special election for District 28 of the [[Mississippi State Senate]]. The seat was vacant following [[Alice Harden]]'s (D) death on December 6, 2012. Porter lost against [[Cindy Ayers-Elliott]], [[Tamarra Grace Butler]], [[Marshand Crisler]], [[Sollie B. Norwood]], [[James "Jimmy" Stewart]], [[Kathy L. Sykes]], [[Tommy L. Wallace, II]], and [[Cassanda Welchlin]] in the special election on February 5, 2013.  Candidates had until January 7 to file. Special elections in Mississippi are non-partisan. As no candidate took over 50 percent of the vote, the top two vote-getters - Crisler and Norwood - proceeded to a runoff.<ref>[http://www.clarionledger.com/article/20121206/NEWS/121206003/State-Sen-Alice-Harden-dies-64?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Home&gcheck=1&nclick_check=1 ''Clarion Ledger,'' "State Sen. Alice Harden dies at 64," December 6, 2012]</ref><ref> [http://blogs.clarionledger.com/politics/2012/12/18/bryant-sets-senate-28-special-election/ ''Clarion Ledger,'' "Bryant sets Senate 28 special election," December 18, 2012] </ref><ref> [http://www.sos.ms.gov/links/elections/home/tab1/2013%20Candidate%20Qualiying%20List_AF.pdf ''Mississippi Secretary of State,'' " 2013 candidate qualifying list,"  accessed January 11, 2013] </ref><ref> [http://www.fox10tv.com/dpp/news/mississippi/ap_mississippi/Runoff-scheduled-in-Senate-District-28_19552328 ''Fox 10tv.com,'' "Runoff scheduled in Senate District 28," February 6, 2013] </ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ms.gov/links/elections/2013/SE%20Senate%2028%20Certification%202%207%202013.pdf ''sos.ms.gov'', "Official special election results," accessed November 15, 2013]</ref>
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Porter ran in the special election for District 28 of the [[Mississippi State Senate]]. The seat was vacant following [[Alice Harden]]'s (D) death on December 6, 2012. Porter lost against [[Cindy Ayers-Elliott]], [[Tamarra Grace Butler]], [[Marshand Crisler]], [[Sollie B. Norwood]], [[James "Jimmy" Stewart]], [[Kathy L. Sykes]], [[Tommy L. Wallace, II]], and [[Cassanda Welchlin]] in the special election on February 5, 2013.  Candidates had until January 7 to file. Special elections in Mississippi are non-partisan. As no candidate took over 50 percent of the vote, the top two vote-getters - Crisler and Norwood - proceeded to a runoff.<ref>[http://www.clarionledger.com/article/20121206/NEWS/121206003/State-Sen-Alice-Harden-dies-64?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Home&gcheck=1&nclick_check=1 ''Clarion Ledger,'' "State Sen. Alice Harden dies at 64," December 6, 2012]</ref><ref> [http://blogs.clarionledger.com/politics/2012/12/18/bryant-sets-senate-28-special-election/ ''Clarion Ledger,'' "Bryant sets Senate 28 special election," December 18, 2012] </ref><ref name=list/><ref> [http://www.fox10tv.com/dpp/news/mississippi/ap_mississippi/Runoff-scheduled-in-Senate-District-28_19552328 ''Fox 10tv.com,'' "Runoff scheduled in Senate District 28," February 6, 2013] </ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ms.gov/links/elections/2013/SE%20Senate%2028%20Certification%202%207%202013.pdf ''sos.ms.gov'', "Official special election results," accessed November 15, 2013]</ref>
  
 
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Antonio Porter
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Antonio Porter was a 2013 candidate for District 28 of the Mississippi State Senate. Special election candidates run without party labels.[1]

Elections

2013

See also: State legislative special elections, 2013

Porter ran in the special election for District 28 of the Mississippi State Senate. The seat was vacant following Alice Harden's (D) death on December 6, 2012. Porter lost against Cindy Ayers-Elliott, Tamarra Grace Butler, Marshand Crisler, Sollie B. Norwood, James "Jimmy" Stewart, Kathy L. Sykes, Tommy L. Wallace, II, and Cassanda Welchlin in the special election on February 5, 2013. Candidates had until January 7 to file. Special elections in Mississippi are non-partisan. As no candidate took over 50 percent of the vote, the top two vote-getters - Crisler and Norwood - proceeded to a runoff.[2][3][1][4][5]

Mississippi State Senate, District 28, Special Election, 2013
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Independent Green check mark transparent.pngMarshand Crisler 25.6% 775
     Independent Green check mark transparent.pngSollie Norwood 22.3% 675
     Independent Cindy Ayers-Elliott 3.9% 119
     Independent Tamarra Grace Butler 21.6% 652
     Independent Antonio Porter 0.5% 15
     Independent James "Jimmy" Stewart 5.4% 162
     Independent Kathy L. Sykes 4.5% 136
     Independent Tommy L. Wallace, II 6.8% 204
     Independent Cassanda Welchlin 9.4% 284
Total Votes 3,022

2011

See also: Mississippi House of Representatives elections, 2011

Porter ran in the 2011 election for Mississippi House of Representatives District 70. He did not appear on the August 2, 2011 primary ballot. No Republican candidates filed to run for election. The general election took place on November 8, 2011. [6]

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