Voters can find the answers to two common Election Day questions -- Who's running? and Where do I vote? -- at the Secretary of State's website.
A new web page there can help locate your precinct and show you a copy of the ballot you'll see when you get there.
“The most received call into our Office on Election Day is ‘Where do I vote?’” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said in a release from his office. "Now, you can find your precinct and preview your ballot prior to the General Election.”
All you have to do is go to www.sos.ms.gov/pollingplace and enter your address.
The polling place locator will produce the address of your polling location, a Google map with directions to your polling place, your Circuit Clerk’s contact information, and a sample ballot specific to your location, the release said.
The polling place locator was created at no additional expense to the taxpayer, Hosemann's office said.