The registration deadline for any election is 30 days prior to that election. Registration is completed via your county’s Circuit Clerk’s office, a Federal Post Card Application, or the Mississippi Mail-In Voter Registration Application. Regardless of the method, registration must be complete 30 days prior to the election. For county-specific voter information, see the following links:
- Hancock County Voter Registration
- Harrison County Voter Registration
- Jackson County Voter Registration
- Primary Elections: Conducted on the first Tuesday in May preceding the general municipal election.
- General Elections: Conducted every 4 years on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of June in 2017, 2021, 2025…
- Primary Elections: Conducted on the first Tuesday of August of preceding any regular or general election.
- General Elections: Conducted every 4 years on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November in 2015, 2019, 2023, 2027…
- Primary Elections:
- For President: Conducted on the second Tuesday in March of each year in which a President of the United States is to be elected; the first Tuesday of June in General Election years.
- For Congressmen (Senators & Representatives): Conducted on the first Tuesday in June of the years in which congressmen are elected.
- General Elections: Conducted on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of even-numbered years (U.S. Senators are elected to 6-year terms, U.S. Representatives are elected to 2-year terms, and the U.S. President is elected to 4-year terms).
For more information:
- Polling Place Locator & Ballot Information
- Mississippi Voter Information Guide
- Mississippi Secretary of State Elections and Voting
- Comprehensive County by County Information for the State of Mississippi
- Federal Post Card Application
- Mississippi Mail-In Voter Registration Application
- Mississippi Elections Calendar