Mississippi residents who are planning to submit an absentee ballot for upcoming runoffs will be able to cast their votes in person over the next two Saturdays.
Circuit clerk offices will be open on November 18 and November 25 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. If you plan on voting absentee through the mail, all ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by county circuit clerk offices by 5:00 p.m. on December 5 to count.
The following counties will have a runoff election on Tuesday, November 28:
My Election Day Tool
Secretary of State Michael Watson has also released that residents voting in person with an absentee ballot can receive personalized election information through the My Election Day resource.
Upon entering a specific address, Mississippi voters can receive a sample ballot specific to their residence, polling place location, deadlines for upcoming elections, and a list of the current elected officials from federal down to county. Absentee and affidavit ballot tracking is another feature available on My Election Day, not only as a resource for Mississippians but as an additional election security measure.
For those eligible to vote absentee or who vote by affidavit, each step of the process may be monitored from the time the application has been received to what happens with the ballot after Election Day.