Be Sure Your Vote is Counted!
How to Find Your Polling Place
Locate your polling/voting place: HERE.
If you plan on returning to a poll you voted at before 2018, be sure to check to see if it is on this map of closed or relocated voting sites,
If you've changed your address, be sure you change it with your county, HERE.
Bring One of These Forms of Photo ID
Be sure to bring one of these ID forms:
1. Valid driver's license.
2. U.S. military ID.
3. Student photo ID issued by an accredited Mississippi university, college, or community/junior college.
4. United States passport.
5. Government employee ID card.
6. U.S. military ID.
7. Firearms license.
8. Photo ID card issued by a branch, department, or entity of the State of Mississippi.
9. Mississippi Voter ID Card.
If You're Voting With an Absentee Ballot.
If you are an uniformed member of the U.S. Military or the spouse or dependent of one you can vote with an absentee ballot. Just--
Be sure to get it to your circuit clerk’s office no later than by
5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26.
It can be sent via email, fax or U.S. Postal Service.
NOTE: If you haven't yet recieved your ballot, click
HERE for one that you can use.
1. After you've signed the ballot, scan, save or take a photo of it and save it as a file.
2. Attach the file to an email address to your county Circuit Clerk.
3. To find your county Circuit Clerk's email address, click
1. To find your county Circuit Clerk's fax number click
To use U.S. Mail:
1. Fold your completed ballot and place in an envelope addressed to the Circuit Clerk’s office in the county of your voting residence.
2. To find your county Circuit Clerk's mailing address, click
3. A pre-stamped envelope may be printed and used to return your completed FPCA by clicking HERE.
For more information call the Secretary of State at: (800) 829-6786 or visit
If You Have (or observe) Any Problems
PROBLEMS VOTING? Call 1-866-687-8683
If You are Voting as a Felon
FELON RE-ENFRANCHISEMENT VOTING
Some felons can vote, even while incarcerated.
However, you will not be able to vote* if your offense is any one of the following:
felony bad check
obtaining money or goods under false pretense
receiving stolen property
unlawful taking of a vehicle.
*though you may appeal this, there won't be time to this election.
For more information, click
If You Have a Disability
If you need help because of of a disability you are allowed to bring any person you'd like to assist you, except:
1. your employer or someone your employer has sent to help you.
2. Any officer (leader) of someone sent by an officer of any union(s) that you belong to.
3. either of the candidates or anyone in their families, (unless you are in their family)
4. Any Election Day poll watcher.
If You Don't Have Proper ID
If you do not present an acceptable form of photo ID or are unable to do so because of a religious objection, you are entitled to cast an affidavit ballot.
1. No Photo ID
A voter casting an affidavit ballot because he/ she did not present an acceptable form of photo ID may not have his/her ballot rejected for this reason if he/she presents an acceptable form of photo ID in the Circuit or Municipal Clerk’s Office within five business days after Election Day. Call 1 (844) MSVoter (1 (844) 678-6837) for Voter ID information or assistance in obtaining a Mississippi Voter Identification Card.
2. Religious Objection
A voter casting an affidavit ballot because he/she did not present an acceptable form of photo ID based upon a religious objection may not have his/her ballot rejected for this reason if he/she completes an Affidavit of Religious Objection in the Circuit or Municipal Clerk’s Office within five business days after Election Day.
Poll Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.