Let’s elect more Democrats to the Mississippi State Legislature
On November 7th, Mississippians will vote for new representatives in State House District 38 (portions of Clay, Lowndes and Oktibbeha Counties) and State House District 54 (Issaquena, Warren, Yazoo Counties).
Mississippi candidates in Special Elections run without party labels. Read more about the candidates:
- House District 38: "Dist. 38 candidates face off in forum." The Dispatch.
- House District 54: "District 54 state rep. candidate forum Oct. 26." The Vicksburg Post.
All overseas voters can vote in Mississippi State Elections -- and your vote can be the difference! Turnout for Special Elections tend to be very low and just a few votes -- such as yours -- can be key.
It's simple to vote! To get your ballot, just go to www.votefromabroad.org and fill out the form. Then print it, sign it and send it to Mississippi. Send it in by EMAIL, FAX or MAIL -- it must get to Mississippi by November 7.
Not Registered to Vote? There's still time! Go to www.votefromabroad.org and fill out the form. Then print it, sign it and send it to Mississippi. EMAIL or FAX your form in right away -- it must get to Mississippi by October 28.
When you get your ballot, EMAIL, FAX or MAIL it back right away. It must get to Mississippi by November 7 at 7pm (Mississippi time)..
If you have any concerns you won't get your ballot in time, VOTE using the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (or FWAB). Then EMAIL, FAX or MAIL it back NOW. For more information, go to www.democratsabroad.org/fwab. Be sure to send in your voter registration form too -- if you aren't already registered to vote!