Last day to register to vote in Adams County

Published 12:04am Saturday, October 6, 2012

NATCHEZ — Today is the last day to register to vote in Adams County for the Nov. 6 presidential election.

The circuit clerk’s office in the courthouse is open from 8 a.m. to noon for registrations.

Those who register have to fill out a form reporting their name, date of birth, address, Mississippi driver’s license or ID number and telephone numbers.

Voter registration for the November election ends Tuesday in Louisiana. Those who register to vote there have to provide a provide a picture ID, and they have to be able to prove their age, identity and residence in Concordia Parish.

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  • Anonymous

    DaveDunce, with the population of the US (in 2011) being made up of 78% White and 13% Black, it would make sense that it takes more than the Black population to elect Obama (who is half White by the way). I don’t think that the 78% are the ones crying about Voter ID. You have to have a Photo ID to do almost anything now, why not to vote? When someone votes 15 times under dead people’s names, that’s not fair I don’t care what color you happen to be.
    In the same report, it also states that 7.1% of business firms are owned by Blacks (in 2007, though that number might be much lower now due in part to YO MANNS failed economic policies). Overall, Blacks are doing very well in the USA. The only reason that you don’t think so and continue to be racist is obviously because you don’t leave Adams County/Mississippi and are one of the ones that think you are entitled to what everyone else has without getting off of your lazy A** to work for it.
    Anyone in the USA can make it if they get off of their A** and work and not wait for the GUBMENT to take care of them at the expense of those who do work. Socialism never works. ( The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of someone else’s
    Why should a business owner work twice the hours for half of the money? They won’t. Taxing the rich sounds great to people like you, but when the rich quit working too and leave the USA, where is the money going to come from?

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  • Anonymous

    I, and many other people, have been petitioning for Voter ID requirements long before we even knew who Barry Sotero, aka, Barack Hussein Obama was. A federal law was actually passed in 2002 regarding voter ID and mail-in absentee ballots.