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Incumbent: Cindy Hyde-smith MS Senate
Cash on Hand ($): $1,135,124
% of the total REP $ Raised: 100%
Cindy Hyde-Smith is a Republican Senator from Mississippi. Her priorities are to protect private property rights, support tort reform, and advocate for a conservative budget and pro-business initiatives. EDUCATION Hyde-Smith a graduate of Copiah-Lincoln Community College and the University of Southern Mississippi. In 1999, she was elected to the State Senate as a Democrat, but switched parties to Republican, because of her strong conservative beliefs. Hyde-Smith was elected Mississippi Agriculture Commissioner in 2011, the first woman elected to that office. In 2018, Governor Bryant appointed Hyde-Smith to the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the resignation of Thad Cochran. Trump stumped for Hyde-Smith in the subsequent runoff election. During the run-off campaign, while appearing with cattle rancher Colin Hutchinson, Hyde-Smith said, "If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be in the front row." Hyde-Smith has a strong social conservative voting record and has earned a 100 percent pro-life rating. She expressed strong opposition to a same-sex commitment ceremony at the Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum. She is in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act. FiveThirtyEight, which tracks congressional votes, reported that that Hyde-Smith had voted with Trump's position 100% of the time. She is a lifetime member of the NRA and has an “A” rating from the NRA Political Victory Fund. Hyde-Smith is married to a cattle farmer, Mike Smith. They have one daughter and are members of the Macedonia Baptist Church.
Incumbent: Thad Cochran MS Senate
Cash on Hand ($): $7,885
% of the total REP $ Raised: N/A