Upcoming Election Dates & Registration Deadlines

Next Election: Primary

Tuesday,
March 12,
2024

Tuesday,
March 12, 2024

Presidential + State Primary

Make a Plan to Vote

A prepared voter is a protected vote. Use these tools to protect your right to vote in every election

Moving, name changes, even human error, can impact your eligibility to vote. It is IMPERATIVE to check your voter registration status and keep your  information up-to-date.

Voting by mail is safe and convenient! If you are 65 years of age or older, temporarily or permanently disabled or anticipate being temporarily outside of your county on Election Day, don’t miss your shot to count. Eligible registered voters can request an absentee/mail-in ballot.

Submitted your Absentee/Mail-in Ballot?  You can track it!

Life gets busy and we all need a little reminding so we never miss an opportunity to be heard!

Every Public Office Matters

Read your ENTIRE ballot before you head to the polls.

Every Public Office Matters


Read your ENTIRE ballot before you head to the polls.

FAQ + Voter Resources

Locate everything you need to know about voting in Mississippi this year and more.

Locate everything you need to know about voting in Mississippi this year and more

Mississippi ID Requirements for Voting in Person

ACCEPTABLE PHOTO IDS

You can use one of the following IDs if they show your name and photo:

  • Driver’s license from any state
  • ID card issued by the US government or any state government
  • Passport or passport card
  • Employee ID card issued by the US government
  • Mississippi firearms license
  • Tribal ID
  • Military ID issued by the US government
  • Student ID issued by an accredited university, college, community or junior college in Mississippi
  • Mississippi Voter ID

 

You can use an ID that has been expired up to 10 years, as long as it was issued in the US or a state government.

Early Voting or Election Day questions, concerns or problems?

Get help or report an election problem by calling the Election Protection Hotline:

1-866-OUR-VOTE (866)687-8683

Early Voting or Election Day questions, concerns or problems?

Get help or report an election problem by calling the Election Protection Hotline:

1-866-OUR-VOTE (866)687-8683

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General Election

Tuesday, November 5, 2024