Yes. Any registered voter may vote early by absentee ballot in the state of Mississippi, if he or she meets certain eligibility requirements. For instance, if you plan to be absent from your county of residence on Election Day, you may be qualified to vote by absentee ballot. Similarly, there are certain age and/or health conditions that may make you eligible for absentee ballot voting. You should contact your Circuit or Municipal Clerk for questions related to your eligibility for voting by absentee ballot.
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