Voter ID rules are different based on whether you vote by absentee ballot or in person.
You can vote by mail using an absentee ballot if:
You have to apply with your county clerk to receive an absentee ballot. If you need assistance, another person can help fill out the application.Turn your application in to the same county where you are registered to vote. It can be delivered to the county clerk’s office in person or sent by mail.
You don’t need to send ID with your application, but an official person needs to sign it as a witness. If you have a disability, either permanent or temporary, anyone who is at least 18 years old can sign as a witness for your application.
You can choose someone to help you complete and return your absentee ballot if you need help because you have a disability, low vision, or can’t read or write.Your ballot envelope has to be signed by an official person as a witness. If you have a disability, either permanent or temporary, anyone who is at least 18 years old can sign as a witness for your application.
You do not need to send any ID with your ballot.
Mississippi only allows military and overseas voters to return their ballots online.
You must show a photo ID to vote in Mississippi.
You can use your ID if:
Photo IDs that you might be able to use include:
Page Updated: August 2023