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Quick facts -- Mississippi Voting
  • Same Day Registration :    No
  • Voter Registration deadline :   30 day(s) before election
  • Early Voting :    No   --    Voting By Absentee Ballot :   Yes
  • Voter Id Requirement :   Yes
  • Electoral Votes:   6
  • U.S Congressional District(s):    4 (Change:0)

Census Data -- MS

Population Under 1825.20%
Population over 6413.00%
Population between 18 and 6461.80%
Percentage of White57.70%
Percentage of Black37.30%
Percentage of Hispanic2.90%
Percentage of Asian0.90%
Percentage of Native American0.60%
Percentage of Native Hawaiian0.10%
Pecentage below poverty21.20%
Total Fed. Spending$0
Who Can Register To Vote In Mississippi?

Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.

To vote in the state of Mississippi you must register to vote 30 days before the election day. Your application must be postmarked at least 30 days before the election in which you want to vote.

How to Register to Vote?

  • For a mail-in application, call your county election office or pick one up at the courthouse, public library or other participating government office. Mail-in voter registration forms are also available from the Secretary of State's Office..
  • In Person: Voter registration is available at the office of the County Circuit Clerk or Municipal. Voter registration is also available when applying for or renewing your driver's license, or when applying for services at numerous state and federal government agencies.

To register to vote in the State of Mississippi, you must be:

  • A United States Citizen,
  • A Resident of Mississippi,except persons judicially declared mentally incompetent
  • A resident of the state, county, and supervisor's district for 30 days
  • 18 years of age or older on Election Day
  • Has never been convicted of any crime listed in Section 241 of the Mississippi Constitution (murder, rape, bribery, theft, arson, obtaining money or goods under false pretense, perjury, forgery, embezzlement, or bigamy)

Election Offices In mississippi

Election OfficePhoneAddress
Adams county 601-446-6326 Fax: 601-445-7955 Post Office Box 1224 Natchez, MS 39121
Alcorn county 662-286-7740 Fax: 662-286-7767 Post Office Box 430 Corinth, MS 38835
Amite county 601-657-8932 Fax: 601-657-1082 Post Office Box 312 Liberty, MS 39645
Attala county 662-289-1471 Fax: 662-289-7666 118 W. Washington Koscuisko, MS 39090
Benton county 662-224-6310 Fax: 662-224-6312 Post Office Box 262 Ashland, MS 38603
Bolivar county 662-843-2061 Fax: 662-846-2943 Post Office Box 670 Cleveland, MS 38732
Calhoun county 662-412-3101 Fax: 662-412-3103 Post Office Box 25 Pittsboro, MS 38951
Carroll county 662-464-5476 Fax: 662-464-7745 Post Office Box 6 Vaiden, MS 39176
Chickasaw county 662-456-2331 Fax: 662-456-5295 1 Pinson Square Road, Room 2 Houston, MS 38851
Choctaw county 662-285-6245 Fax: 662-285-3444 Post Office Box 34 Ackerman, MS 39735
Claiborne county 601-437-5841 Fax: 601-437-4543 Post Office Box 549 Port Gibson, MS 39150
Clarke county 601-776-3111 Fax: 601-776-1001 Post Office Box 216 Quitman, MS 39355
Clay county 662-494-3384 Fax: 662-495-2057 Post Office Box 364 West Point, MS 39773
Coahoma county 662-624-3014 Fax: 662-624-3075 Post Office Box 849 Clarksdale, MS 38614
Copiah county 601-894-1241 Fax: 601-894-3026 Post Office Box 467 Hazlehurst, MS 39083
Covington county 601-765-6506 Fax: 601-765-5012 Post Office Box 667 Collins, MS 39428
De soto county 662-429-1325 Fax: 662-449-1416 2535 Highway 51 South, Room 201 Hernando, MS 38632
Forrest county 601-582-3213 Fax: 601-545-6065 Post Office Box 992 Hattiesburg, MS 39403
Franklin county 601-384-2320 Fax: 601-384-5864 Post Office Box 267 Meadville, MS 39653
George county 601-947-4881 Fax: 601-947-8804 355 Cox Street, Suite C Lucedale, MS 39452
Greene county 601-394-2379 Fax: 601-394-2334 Post Office Box 310 Leakesville, MS 39451
Grenada county 662-226-1941 Fax: 662-227-2865 Post Office Box 1517 Grenada, MS 38902
Hancock county 228-467-5265 Fax: 228-467-2779 3068 Longfellow Drive, Building #7 Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
Harrison county 228-865-4051 Fax: 228-865-4099 Post Office Box 998 Gulfport, MS 39502
Hinds county 601-968-6628 Fax: 601-973-5547 Post Office Box 327 Jackson, MS 39205
Holmes county 662-834-2476 Fax: 662-834-3870 Post Office Box 718 Lexington, MS 39095
Humphreys county 662-247-3065 Fax: 662-247-3906 Post Office Box 696 Belzoni, MS 39038
Issaquena county 662-873-2761 Fax: 662-873-2061 Post Office Box 27 Mayersville, MS 39113
Itawamba county 662-862-3511 Fax: 662-862-4006 201 West Main Street Fulton, MS 38843
Jackson county 228-769-3040 Fax: 228-769-3180 Post Office Box 998 Pascagoula, MS 39568
Jasper county 601-764-2245 Fax: 601-764-3078 Post Office Box 447 Bay Springs, MS 39422
Jefferson county 601-786-3422 Fax: 601-786-9676 Post Office Box 305 Fayette, MS 39069
Jefferson davis county 601-792-4231 Fax: 601-792-4957 Post Office Box 1090 Prentiss, MS 39474
Jones county 601-425-2556 Fax: 601-399-4774 Post Office Box 1336 Laurel, MS 39441
Kemper county 601-743-2224 Fax: 601-743-4173 Post Office Box 130 DeKalb, MS 39328
Lafayette county 662-234-4951 Fax: 662-236-0238 1 Courthouse Square, Suite 101 Oxford, MS 38655
Lamar county 601-794-8504 Fax: 601-794-3905 Post Office Box 369 Purvis, MS 39475
Lauderdale county 601-482-9731 Fax: 601-482-9734 Post Office Box 1005 Meridian, MS 39302-1005
Lawrence county 601-587-4791 Fax: 601-587-0750 Post Office Box 1249 Monticello, MS 39654
Leake county 601-267-8357 Fax: 601-267-8889 Post Office Box 67 Carthage, MS 39051
Lee county 662-841-9024 Fax: 662-680-6079 Post Office Box 762 Tupelo, MS 38802
Leflore county 662-453-1435 Fax: 662-455-1278 Post Office Box 1953 Greenwood, MS 38935
Lincoln county 601-835-3435 Fax: 601-835-3482 Post Office Box 357 Brookhaven, MS 39602
Lowndes county 662-329-5900 Fax: 662-329-5935 Post Office Box 31 Columbus, MS 39703
Madison county 601-859-4365 Fax: 601-859-8555 Post Office Drawer 1626 Canton, MS 39046
Marion county 601-736-8246 Fax: 601-731-6344 250 Broad Street, Suite 1 Columbia, MS 39429
Marshall county 662-252-3434 Fax: 662-252-0004 Post Office Box 459 Holly Springs, MS 38635
Monroe county 662-369-8695 Fax: 662-369-3684 Post Office Box 843 Aberdeen, MS 39730
Montgomery county 662-283-4161 Fax: 662-283-2233 Post Office Box 765 Winona, MS 38967
Neshoba county 601-656-4781 Fax: 601-650-3997 401 East Beacon Street, Suite 110 Philadelphia, MS 39350
Newton county 601-635-2368 Fax: 601-635-3210 Post Office Box 447 Decatur, MS 39327
Noxubee county 662-726-5737 Fax: 662-726-6041 505 South Jefferson Street Macon, MS 39341
Oktibbeha county 662-323-1356 Fax: 662-323-1400 108 West Main Street, Suite 118 Starkville, MS 39759
Panola county 662-563-6210 Fax: 662-563-8233 Post Office Box 346 Batesville, MS 38606
Pearl river county 601-403-2328 Fax: 601-795-3084 200 South Main Poplarville, MS 39470
Perry county 601-964-8663 Fax: 601-964-8740 Post Office Box 198 New Augusta, MS 39462
Pike county 601-783-2581 Fax: 601-783-6322 Post Office Drawer 31 Magnolia, MS 39652
Pontotoc county 662-489-3908 Fax: 662-489-3940 Post Office Box 428 Pontotoc, MS 38863
Prentiss county 662-728-4611 Fax: 662-728-2006 Post Office Box 727 Booneville, MS 38829
Quitman county 662-326-8003 Fax: 662-326-8004 220 Chestnut Street, Suite 4 Marks, MS 38646
Rankin county 601-825-1466 Fax: 601-825-1465 Post Office Box 1599 Brandon, MS 39043
Scott county 601-469-3601 Fax: 601-469-5188 Post Office Box 371 Forest, MS 39074
Sharkey county 662-873-2755 Fax: 662-873-6045 Post Office Box 218 Rolling Fork, MS 39159
Simpson county 601-847-2474 Fax: 601-847-4011 Post Office Box 307 Mendenhall, MS 39114
Smith county 601-782-4751 Fax: 601-782-4007 Post Office Box 517 Raleigh, MS 39153
Stone county 601-928-5246 Fax: 601-928-5248 323 Cavers Avenue Wiggins, MS 39577
Sunflower county 662-887-1252 Fax: 662-887-7077 Post Office Box 880 Indianola, MS 38751
Tallahatchie county 662-647-8758 Fax: 662-647-8490 Post Office Box 86 Charleston, MS 38921
Tate county 662-562-5211 Fax: 662-562-7486 201 Ward Street Senatobia, MS 38668
Tippah county 662-837-7370 Fax: 662-837-1030 102-A North Main Ripley, MS 38663
Tishomingo county 662-423-7025 Fax: 662-423-1667 1008 Battleground Drive Iuka, MS 38852
Tunica county 662-363-2842 Fax: 662-363-2413 Post Office Box 184 Tunica, MS 38676
Union county 662-534-1910 Fax: 662-534-2059 Post Office Box 298 New Albany, MS 38652
Walthall county 601-876-5677 Fax: 601-876-4077 200 Ball Avenue Tylertown, MS 39667
Warren county 601-636-3961 Fax: 601-630-4100 Post Office Box 351 Vicksburg, MS 39181
Washington county 662-378-2747 Fax: 662-334-2698 Post Office Box 1276 Greenville, MS 38702
Wayne county 601-735-1171 Fax: 601-735-6261 609 Azalea Waynesboro, MS 39367
Webster county 662-258-6287 Fax: 662-258-7686 515 Carroll Street Walthall, MS 39771
Wilkinson county 601-888-6697 Fax: 601-888-6984 Post Office Box 327 Woodville, MS 39669
Winston county 662-773-3581 Fax: 662-773-7192 Post Office Box 785 Louisville, MS 39339
Yalobusha county 662-473-1341 Fax: 662-473-5020 Post Office Box 1431 Water Valley, MS 38965
Yazoo county 662-746-1872 Fax: 662-746-3890 Post Office Box 108 Yazoo City, MS 39194
  • Congressional Primary - June,3,2014
  • Congressional Runoff - June,24,2014
  • November General Election Day - November,4,2014

Check state complete events calendar - Deadlines,ID requirements,Poll Hours ...

Voting by Absentee Ballot in Mississippi

Who can vote absentee or by mail?

  • If you are a citizen of Mississippi and a registered voter you may vote absentee if you meet one of the following conditions:
  • You are an enlisted or commissioned member of any component of the United States Armed Forces, or spouse or dependent of such member.
  • You are a Member of the Merchant Marine or the American Red Cross, or spouse or dependent of such member.
  • You are a disabled war veteran who is a patient in any hospital, or the spouse or dependent of such veteran.
  • You are a civilian attached to and serving outside of the United States with any branch of the Armed Forces or with the Merchant Marine or American Red Cross, or spouse or dependent of such civilian. You are a citizen of Mississippi temporarily residing outside the territorial limits of the United States and the District of Columbia.
  • You are a student, teacher or administrator at a college, university, junior or community college, high, junior high, elementary or grade school, whose studies or employment at such institution necessitates your absence from the county of your voting residence or spouse or dependent of such student, teacher or administrator
  • You will be outside the county on election day.
  • You have a temporary or permanent physical disability.
  • You are sixty-five (65) years of age or older...

College Student Voting In Mississippi

Students can establish residency in Mississippi if they have a present intent to remain at their Mississippi school address for the time being, and they intend to make it their principal home.If you moved from another state to attend school in Mississippi, you may vote in Mississippi if (1) you have resided in the county or municipality where you wish to vote for at least 30 days, and (2) you intend to make your school residence your home.

If you moved from Mississippi to attend school in another state but wish to vote in Mississippi elections (i.e., vote from your parents'Mississippi address), you should have no problem doing so, unless you have already registered to vote in another state.Likewise, if you move from one Mississippi county to another to attend school, you may still vote from your original county, unless you register in the county where your school is located.

Mover's Guide: Mississippi

Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.

If you moved to Mississippi from another state, you must register to vote in Mississippi to be able to vote. The last day to register in time to vote in the next election is thirty days before the election.

If you moved to a new address that is covered by the same polling place as your old address, you are allowed to vote at that polling place after confirming your change of address. This is true regardless of how close to the election you moved.

If you moved to a new address within the same county but in a different polling place, you are entitled to vote a provisional ballot at your new polling place. You need to sign an affidavit, including your current address and stating that you believe you are registered to vote in the county in order to vote by provisional ballot. The provisional ballot will be counted if you are registered in the county and voted in the precinct in which you currently reside.

If you moved to a new address in a different county, you must register to vote at your new address in the county before the registration deadline.

Mississippi Political Parties

  • Constitution Party of Mississippi
  • 3095 Big Hill Road Pontotoc, MS 38863 Phone: 662-760-8695 Phone: 601-847-0350
    E-mail: rileydad10@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.mississippicp.com/
  • Democratic Party of Mississippi
  • Post Office Box 1583 Jackson, MS 39215 Phone: 601-969-2913 Fax: 601-354-1599
    E-mail: democrats@msdemocrats.net
    Website: http://www.msdemocrats.net/
  • Green Party of Mississippi
  • 707D McLarty Road Oxford, MS 38655
    E-mail: greenpartyms@hotmail.com
    Website: http://www.greenpartyms.com
  • Mississippi Republican Party
  • 415 Yazoo Street Jackson, MS 39201 Phone: 601-948-5191 Fax: 601-354-0972
    E-mail: chairman@msgop.org
    Website: http://www.msgop.org/
  • Reform Party/America First Party of Mississippi
  • 405 River Road Greenwood, MS 38930 Phone: 662-453-8412
    E-mail: southeast@rpusa.info
    Website: http://reformpartyms.net/
State Congress

Recent Mississippi Key Votes :

Bill Passed in State Congress

  • Senate
  • Passage -- Establishes Individualized Education Funds for Certain Individuals (SB 2325)
  • Amendment Vote -- Repeals School Start Date (S Amdt to SB 2571)
  • Passage -- Requires Universities to Study Preventions for Unplanned Pregnancies (SB 2563)
  • Passage -- Prohibits Texting While Driving (SB 2434)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Authorizes Department of Human Services to Hire Private Contractors (HB 1009)
  • Passage With Amendment -- Authorizes Department of Human Services to Hire Private Contractors (HB 1009)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Establishes a Grant for School Resource Officers in Schools (SB 2659)
  • Passage -- Establishes a Grant for School Resource Officers in Schools (SB 2659)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Exempts Certain Sales Taxes for Agricultural Businesses (HB 844)
  • Passage With Amendment -- Exempts Certain Sales Taxes for Agricultural Businesses (HB 844)
  • Passage -- Requires Physicians to Administer Abortion Prescriptions (SB 2795)
  • Passage -- Prohibits Local Government Management of Nutrition Labeling (SB 2687)
  • Passage -- Requires Appointed Superintendents (SB 2199)
  • Passage -- Expands Charter School Authorization (SB 2189)
  • House
  • Passage With Amendment -- Prohibits Texting While Driving (SB 2434)
  • Passage -- Prohibits Abortions After 20 Weeks of Pregnancy (HB 1400)
  • Passage -- Increases Teacher Salaries (HB 504)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Establishes a Grant for School Resource Officers in Schools (SB 2659)
  • Passage With Amendment -- Establishes a Grant for School Resource Officers in Schools (SB 2659)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Authorizes Department of Human Services to Hire Private Contractors (HB 1009)
  • Passage -- Authorizes Department of Human Services to Hire Private Contractors (HB 1009)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Exempts Certain Sales Taxes for Agricultural Businesses (HB 844)
  • Passage -- Exempts Certain Sales Taxes for Agricultural Businesses (HB 844)
  • Passage With Amendment -- Requires Appointed Superintendents (SB 2199)
  • Passage -- Prohibits Local Government Management of Nutrition Labeling (SB 2687)
  • Passage -- State Senate Redistricting (JR 201)

Bill Failed in State Congress

  • Senate
  • Amendment Vote -- Prohibits Abortion Counseling in Pregnancy Prevention Programs (S Amdt 7 to SB 2563)
  • Concurrence Vote -- Establishes a Grant for School Resource Officers in Schools (SB 2659)
  • House
  • Amendment Vote -- Exempts Pregnancies that Result from Rape or Incest from 20 Week Abortion Prohibition (H Amdt 1 to HB 1400)
  • Conference Report Vote -- Requires Appointed Superintendents (SB 2199)
  • Passage -- Requires Appointed Superintendents (SB 2199)
  • Concurrence Vote -- Authorizes Department of Human Services to Hire Private Contractors (HB 1009)
Mississippi Congressional Districts
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Mississippi QuickFacts


  • Date of Statehood: December 10, 1817
  • Population 1820: 75,448
  • Population 1850: 606,526
  • Population 1900: 1,551,270
  • Population 1950: 2,178,914
Capital Jackson
Largest City Jackson
Second Largest City Gulfport
Persons per square mile 61

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  • Nickname: Magnolia State
  • Flower: Magnolia
  • Tree: Magnolia
  • Bird: Mockingbird
  • Mammal: Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass
  • Shell: Oyster

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