This is a list of Lieutenant Governors of Mississippi.
|Gerard C. Brandon||1824–1826*|
|Abram M. Scott||1828–1832||Democrat|
|W. Van Norman||1836–1837|
|Alexander G. McNutt||1837–1838||Democrat|
|A. L. Bingaman||1838–1840|
|G. B. Augustus||1840–1842|
|G. T. Swan||1846–1848|
|John J. Pettus||1854–1858||Democrat|
|John M. Simonton||1865–1869|
The Constitution of 1868 re-established the office of Lieutenant Governor. This office also re-assumed the duties of President of the Senate
1. Amy Tuck switched to the Republican Party in December 2002.
As of January 2017 [update], there are five former U.S. lieutenant governors of Mississippi who are currently living at this time, the oldest U.S. lieutenant governor of Mississippi being William F. Winter (served 1972–1976, born 1923). The most recent death of a former U.S. lieutenant governor of Mississippi was that of Brad Dye (served 1980–1992, born 1933), on July 1, 2018.
|Lt. Governor||Lt. Gubernatorial term||Date of birth (and age)|
|William F. Winter||1972–1976||February 21, 1923|
|Eddie Briggs||1992–1996||1950 (age 67–68)|
|Ronnie Musgrove||1996–2000||July 29, 1956|
|Amy Tuck||2000–2008||July 8, 1963|
|Phil Bryant||2008–2012||December 9, 1954|