LIMITED. Registered voters may update their registration information ONLINE, but cannot register to vote.
Contact your state representatives and ask them to create online voter registration for all Mississippi voters.
Paper Form Registration
DEADLINE: Thirty (30) days before any Election.
Election Day Registration
NO. Contact your state representatives and ask them to allow all Mississippi voters to register to vote at their polling place on Election Day.
NO. Contact your state representatives and ask them to enact automatic voter registration in Mississippi.
LIMITED. A voter may register to vote if they will be eighteen (18) on or before the next Election.
Contact your state representatives and ask them to allow voters to pre-register to vote after they turn sixteen (16).
NO. Voters who move to a new address, but keep their polling place only need to confirm change of address. Voters who move within the county to a new polling place may vote a provisional ballot after signing an affidavit. Voters who move to a new address in a new county MUST re-register to vote BEFORE the deadline or will NOT be able to vote. Click HERE for more info.
Click HERE to find your polling place.
ID required to vote?
PHOTO ID REQUIRED. Voters must present a photo ID from an approved list. Click HERE for more info.
Voters who cannot provide ID on Election Day may vote an affidavit ballot. The voter will have five (5) business days to go to their Circuit Clerk's office to show an acceptable form of photo ID or apply for a Mississippi Voter ID Card.
LIMITED. Only QUALIFIED voters may vote by absentee ballot. Check HERE to see if you qualify.
Eligible voters should contact their Circuit Clerk's office to request an absentee ballot starting forty-five (45) days before Election Day.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: No specific deadline, but recommend requesting your ballot at least one month before Election Day.
Contact your state representatives and ask them to allow "No-Excuse Absentee Voting" for all Mississippi voters.
LIMITED. Only Absentee Voters may Vote-by-Mail. See ABSENTEE VOTING for more info.
Contact your state representatives and ask them to expand Vote-by-Mail to all voters in Mississippi.
LIMITED. Only Absentee Voters may vote early In-Person. They may apply for an absentee ballot In-Person at their Circuit Clerk's office and vote that ballot in the same trip. See ABSENTEE VOTING for more info.
Contact your state representatives and ask them to expand In-Person Early Voting to more locations and to all Mississippi voters.
Youth Vote in Primary?
YES. Registered voters who will be eighteen (18) on or before Election Day may vote in the preceding Primary Election.
Students attending college in Mississippi should visit the CAMPUS PROJECT for more information on registering to vote and voting in Mississippi.
Military and Overseas Voters should go to the Federal Voting Assistance Program website for more information on registering to vote and voting in Mississippi.
Voters convicted of a felony will automatically have their right to vote restored after serving their term of incarceration, parole and probation.
Voters may permanently lose the right to vote if convicted of these crimes. Former felons convicted of these crimes must go to their state representative and request they author a bill restoring their right to vote. Both houses of the legislature must then pass the bill. The governor can also directly grant re-enfranchisement.
All ex-felons must RE-REGISTER to vote.
Voters With Disabilities
Voters with disabilities go HERE for more information.