Find Your Polling Station
The easiest way to find your polling station is to use the Secretary of State's online tool: http://cfl.sos.state.ms.us/webpages/searchpolling.aspx.
1) Google Maps offers an interactive Election Day-polling station map. Just enter your address as you normally would on Google Maps; instead of driving directions, you'll see your voting location, special instructions, and important information regarding deadlines and local regulations.
2) Check your mail thoroughly. Many times, postcards are sent out to registered voters that inform them where and when to vote. These postcards are small and can be unknowingly thrown out, so be careful.
3) Review your voter registration card. The location of your polling station should be typed on the bottom of the card.
4) Contact your county clerk's office, the Secretary of State's office, or your Board of Elections. These three sources will be able to help you find your polling station based on your current address.
5) Ask at the library or a local school, which are often polling stations. By contacting these locations, you may actually find your polling station or be directed to another location.
6) Read the newspaper. Some papers publish lists of local polling stations with maps. Call the polling station before voting to confirm that it is your location.
7) Call other polling stations. If you know where a polling station is or has been in the past, try asking the officials there if they can direct you to your local station. Usually, the officials will have an area map of polling stations to direct voters who try to vote at the wrong location.