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Mississippi’s voting information website Y’all Vote gets international attention

Y’all Vote, has become Mississippi’s newest online information center and now it has received international attention. 

The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts’ 23rd Annual Communicator Awards. The website earned Awards of Distinction in the Features, Visual Appeal, and Function categories.

“Providing resources to keep the public informed about the elections process is one of the Agency’s primary responsibilities. This attractive, user-friendly website has allowed us to accomplish this important duty in an innovative way,” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said.

The Y’all Vote website was launched in September 2016. It provides Mississippians with election information. You can change your voter registration location on the website, but you cannot sign up for initial registration. The website explains registration applications, military and overseas voting procedures, and the Mississippi voter photo ID requirement.

“It was important to the Elections Division to provide to the public all voter-related information in one central location,” said Kim Turner, Assistant Secretary of State of the Elections Division.

For more information visit www.yallvote.sos.ms.gov.

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