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Jackson, Miss (AP) – The latest version of the US Senate during special elections in Mississippi (local time):
Two candidates have agreed to the only debate on the race in the US Senate in Mississippi.
Representative of the Mississippi Farm Bureau John Calacar confirmed the terms of the Republican Senator Cindy Heid-Smith and Democrat Mike Epsi on Tuesday.
An hour-long debate will be set up on November 20 at Jackson's headquarters on television and on the radio. The Federation and WLBT-TV finance it.
Heid-Smith was commissioned for the second time as Mississippi Agricultural Commissioner, who was nominated for a temporary transfer of Republican Senator Takh Kohran when he was retired in April. Herbs are former US agriculture secretary. On November 27, he works for the last two years of the term that the winner, Cocranna began.
The National Democrats are concentrating on the streets of Mississippi's US Senate, and a year later won the longest competition in other South-South states.
Democrat Doug Jones conquered Roy Mord in Alabama and accused Mour of sexual harassment.
In Mississippi, Democrat Mike Espy has attacked Republican Senny Cindy Heid-Smyth. He was deeply criticized when he told the crowd that he was going to join the public squad as long as he held his hand.
Joe Tripty, a Democracy Camp adviser working for Jones and currently working for Espy's, says, "It's not as easy as it's been."
The former governor of Mississippi, Republican Heli Barbour, is collecting money for the Hyde-Smith super backpack. According to him, he will not have a confident vote for President Donald Trump and Espi.
Republican Senator Roger Wicker told his Mississippi counterpart, "If he had invited me to public meetings, I'd be in the forefront."
Wicker Sandy says Siddie Heid-Smith's statement "does not hurt his opponent's character."
Hyde Smith commented on November 2 and a video was released on Sunday. He calls these words "a reputable phrase".
His words have been criticized in Mississippi with a history of racist provocative lynching.
Hyde Smith is white. He is opposite to Democrat in November, former US Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy.
The winner will be the Republican Thad Cochran for the last two years. Heid-Smith was retired in April, when Cochran retired.