On Tuesday, November 4, registered voters around the country went to the polls to vote in their local, state, and federal elections. Here in Mississippi, voters had the unique opportunity to vote for two United States Senators in the same year. More importantly, voters all over the country had the opportunity to choose who would be the next President of the United States. Of course, this was only possible if you had first registered to vote.
The Government Documents, Microforms, and Current Journals Department created a display where patrons could find answers to the following questions:
Voters found the answers to these questions, and much more, by checking out the display in the Government Documents, Microforms, and Current Journals Department. Also available were voter registration forms for the State of Mississippi.
You can check out the following websites to learn more.
Registering to Vote Out-of-State
http://www.eac.gov/voter/Register to Vote
Registering to Vote in Mississippi
Election 2008 Research Guide
A Voter’s Guide to Election Day
Mississippi Secretary of State
Election Assistance Commission
National Association of Secretaries of State
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