Where do I vote today? Don’t miss opportunity in Mississippi congressional primary

Published 11:09 am Tuesday, June 7, 2022

NATCHEZ — Today, Mississippians will vote for members of the U.S. House of Representatives from their respective congressional districts.

Because this is a primary election, voters must choose between either Democrat or Republican candidates before they vote and only candidates of their party will appear on the ballot. The most vote-getters from either party will face the other in a general election on Nov. 8. If no candidate gets 50% of the vote, primary runoff elections between the top two will be held on June 28.

Not sure where you’re supposed to vote today? Click the link below.

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https://www.sos.ms.gov/elections-voting/polling-place-locator

You can also check your registration status online at www.yallvote.ms to verify if you are an active registered voter.

All voters should have a photo ID. However, those who do not have a photo ID or whose name does not appear in the voter registration book still have the option to fill out an affidavit ballot.

Adams County voters will vote for candidates in Mississippi’s 2nd Congressional District.

On the Democratic ballot, the incumbent Congressman Bennie Thompson is seeking re-election and is challenged by Jerry Kerner.

On the Republican ballot for District 2 are Michael Carson, Ronald Eller, Brian Flowers and Stanford Johnson. Thompson defeated Flowers in the November 2020 general election with 66% of the votes.