There's just one hour left until the polls close in Mississippi, so if you haven't voted today, you still have time.
Doug Walker will kick off our online coverage of the general election beginning at 7pm on WLOX.com. He'll be giving you a look at the results as they come in and talking to political experts about what it all means.
Here's a direct link to our 2014 General Election page: http://shout.lt/J2T4
That's where you'll be able to find up to the minute election results, and join in our live conversation about how the races are shaping up.
Remember, voters in Jackson County are deciding who will serve the remainder of Mike Byrd's term as sheriff. If no candidate receives more than 50 percent support tonight, a runoff will be held between the two to finishers. That runoff is November 25.
Waveland voters cast ballots in the city's municipal elections today. Six democrats and one republican qualified for the Waveland mayoral primary. If a runoff is necessary, it will be in two weeks. The Waveland general election is December 2.
We'll also be talking about congressional and judicial races, as well as a proposed amendment to make hunting and fishing a constitutional right in Mississippi.
We'll look for you tonight online beginning at 7pm, and on air at 10pm for WLOX News.