Mississippians pray and predict on election eve

“History is going to be made tomorrow night,” said Republican analyst Austin Barbour. “Because we’re either going to elect the first female president of the United States or we’re going to elect someone who is completely out of the political spectrum.”

Executive Vice Chairperson of the Mississippi Democratic Party Earle Banks isn’t worried about suggestions that the race could be rigged.

“The democracy says that the winner will be the president of this country,” Banks said. “Democrat, Republican, Independent, Libertarian, we will have a change of who the people want, not who Mr. Trump wants.”