Even if you didn’t vote in the primary election, it’s not too late to register for the upcoming general election.
According to the secretary of state’s office, Mississippians have until October 9 to register to vote in November’s general election. If they miss the October 9 deadline, they have until October 30 to register to vote in any general election runoffs.
How can I register to vote before the general election?
There are multiple ways someone can register to vote in Mississippi. The easiest option is to print out this form, fill it out, and mail it to your circuit clerk. If you don’t have access to a printer, mail-in registration forms are available at the secretary of state’s office, in public libraries, driver’s license exam stations, circuit clerk’s office, municipal clerk’s office, and public schools.
For those who prefer the in-person route, you can visit either your circuit clerk or municipal clerk’s office and they will work to get you registered.
How can I update my voter registration?
Like registering, there are multiple ways to update voter registration in Mississippi with the easiest being online. Voter registration can also be updated at your circuit clerk or municipal clerk’s office.
To learn more about voter registration in Mississippi, visit the secretary of state’s website.