How to Vote in Mississippi

Find out everything you need to know about how to vote in Mississippi.

Upcoming Elections and Deadlines in Mississippi

Mississippi General Runoff
(State/Federal)

Mississippi General Runoff

Nov 29, 2022

In-person Absentee Voting: November 19, 2022 - November 26, 2022 noon CT

Voter Registration Deadline


Mail: Postmarked by Monday, October 31, 2022
In person: Monday, October 31, 2022

Same-Day Voter Registration

Election Day: Not Available
Early Voting Period: Not Available

Absentee Ballot Deadlines


Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot:
By mail: There is no deadline to request your ballot; however, you must request your ballot by mail and return your completed ballot so that it is postmarked by Nov. 29, 2022 and received by Dec. 6, 2022. Please account for delivery time when requesting and returning your ballot.
In person: Absentee ballots cannot be requested in person.
Deadline to Return Completed Absentee Ballot:
By mail: Postmarked by Tuesday, Nov 29, 2022 and received by Tuesday, Dec 06, 2022 5:00 pm CT
Your voted ballot cannot be returned in person.


Vote Early In-Person

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Where can I go to vote early?
What do I need to bring to vote early?
Additional Resources

Drop Off Your Ballot

Does my state allow absentee/mail ballot drop-off?
Who is eligible to vote absentee/by mail?
When are the deadlines to request and drop off a ballot?
How to track your ballot
You can look up your absentee ballot status by using our online tool.
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Mail Your Ballot

Who can request a mail or absentee ballot?
What are the deadlines to request and mail a ballot?
How to track your ballot
You can look up your absentee ballot status by using our online tool.
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Vote In-Person on Election Day

Where do I vote?
Can I register to vote on Election Day?
What do I need to bring to vote?
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Additional Mississippi Resources

Who can register to vote in Mississippi
Pre-registration
ID Requirements
Your State Election Official
Voting for People with Disabilities