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HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE

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MISSISSIPPI VOTER HOTLINE
1-855-443-3020 

 

Voting in Mississippi is not always easy and convenient. There are two ways to vote in Mississippi—Voting in person and voting by mail. A valid excuse is required to vote by mail in Mississippi.

HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE

There are two ways to vote in Mississippi-in person and by absentee ballot.   We encourage everyone who is eligible to vote absentee to do so in person at your Circuit Clerk’s Office. Your Circuit Clerk’s Office must remain open the two Saturdays before Election Day for absentee voting from 8am-12pm.

You can vote by absentee ballot if one of the following applies to you:

  • You’re 65 years old or older

  • You’ll be outside your home county on Election Day

  • You’re a student, teacher or administrator at a school where your studies or employment there necessitates absence from your home county on Election Day (spouses and dependents of such voters are also eligible to vote absentee)

  • You’re disabled and therefore unable to vote in person

  • You’re the parent, spouse or dependent of a disabled person who is hospitalized outside of the county of residence or more than 50 miles away and will be with the disabled person on Election Day

  • You’re required to be at work on Election Day during polling hours

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