JACKSON, Miss.–The election for U.S. Senate is less than two weeks away, but there’s also a constitutional amendment and plenty of local elections. If you haven’t made up your mind who to vote for and if you don’t even know who’s running, there’s a way to find all of that out on the Secretary of State’s website.
“It’s sos.ms.gov/pollingplace. If you’ll type in your street address, not only does your polling place come up, and they’ll give you directions to get there, but your ballot comes up,’ said Hosemann.
Hosemann said it’s a good place to at least start your research.
“Talk to your friends at church or just around the coffee pot and find out what they think.”
He said he believes it could speed up the voting process, especially if you look at the ballot and do your thinking ahead of time.
The general election is Nov. 4.