In North Bolivar County District 1, John Coleman leads the race with 92 votes—while Roger Morris has 84.
Anita M. Smith in North Bolivar School District 2 is in the lead with 135 votes and William H. Lucas Jr. trails closely behind her with 128.
In the North Bolivar School District 3, Glen Scott has over 59 percent of the votes having a total of 123 votes out of 207 and C.Redding Gallion has 84 votes.
J. Idelburg Haywood dominated his opponent having a total of 124 votes and Frederick King has 80 votes.
In the West Bolivar School District 4, Pamela Tucker has a total of 67 votes while Kenyun Johnson trails closely behind her with 59 votes.
Jacqueline Lloyd has 128 votes in West Bolivar School District 5 and B. Phillips Turnage has a total of 102 votes.
The Mississippi Legislature voted that Bolivar County had to reduce the number of its school district and mandated that the five county districts would become two and Cleveland School District would remain as is.
The North Bolivar Consolidated School District will encompass North Bolivar and Mound Bayou Districts and the West Bolivar Consolidated School District will include West Bolivar School District, Shaw School District and Benoit School Districts.
As previously mentioned, the results are unofficial.
The Bolivar County Election Commission will convene its certification process today and will determine the disposition of absentee ballots and affidavit Ballots
The Bolivar Commercial will publish the official results of the elections when they have been confirmed.