Donald Trump clinched the presidency Monday as members of the electoral college cast ballots declaring him the victor, a perfunctory conclusion to the most stunning presidential contest in modern history.
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Mississippi’s electors were former Fayette Mayor Charles Evers, a radio host and brother of Mississippi NAACP leader Medgar Evers, who was assassinated in 1963; Ann Herbert of Lucedale, who’s on the state Republican executive committee; Joe Frank Sanderson Jr. of Laurel, chairman and CEO of poultry company Sanderson Farms; J. Kelley Williams of Jackson, retired chairman and president of chemical company First Mississippi Corp.; William G. Yates Jr. of Philadelphia, chairman of Yates Construction; and Wirt A. Yerger Jr., of Jackson, a retired insurance broker who was state GOP chairman from 1956-1966.
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This election has definitely been the ne for the history books. I feel so blessed to have played a tiny part in it all. For me, personally speaking, I believe this presidency will make a positive difference for all Americans and not just Republicans or Conservatives. It’s time for Americans to come together and work for the betterment of this country and all citizens in it. God bless America!
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