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In 2020 Mississippi has 1 Senate race and 7 US House Races

Online Registration
Online voter registration is not available to Mississippi residents. you may download the Mississippi voter registration form or visit your county registrar's office.

Mississippi 2020 primary is Tuesday, March 10th; polls are open from 7am to 7pm.

Mississippi Stats (Black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American Voters)
  131,199 Unregistered 
   51,082  Registered Inactive 
 604,257 Active  

2020 Election Dates

October 1 - Voter Registration: Circuit Clerks’ Offices may remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., including the noon hour. 

October 2 -  Voter Registration: Circuit Clerks’ Offices may remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., including the noon hour.

October 3 - Voter Registration: Circuit Clerks’ Offices must remain open this Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon for voter registration. 

October 5 - Voter Registration Deadline: Applicants who register in-person in the Circuit Clerk’s office today and those who mail registration applications postmarked no later than today are eligible to vote in the General Election. 

Absentee Voting
Currently, Mississippi law allows mail-in absentee ballots for four types of absentee voters: voters who are temporarily residing outside their county of residence (like a student or traveling nurse), voters who are 65 or older, voters with a temporary or permanent physical disability, and voters caring for an immediate family member hospitalized outside the county of residence if with that family member on Election Day. All other categories of absentee voters must absentee vote in the circuit clerk’s office.

Election Day GOTV ONLY (Active/Inactive Voters) Mississippi voters may only vote at their assigned precinct on Election Day. Polls are open 7am to 7:30pm

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