Voting Reminders for the Run-offs

Just remember you have to vote the same party this time as last

Posted: Aug 26, 2019 6:42 PM
Updated: Aug 26, 2019 6:42 PM

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its back to the polls tomorrow... as there are a number of important races still left to decide...... the republican governor's race is one... some local sheriff's races and others are on the ballots.. wayne hereford is at the lee county justice center where he spoke with the circuit clerk about what you should know when you head out to vote tomorrow. camille roberts dulaney says that she and all the other circuit clerks across the state want to make sure that voters have an easy time of it at the polls tuesday. there are just a few things to keep in mind as you head to the poll take pkg natsotopen its the day before the run-off election in lee county. lee county circuit clerk camille dulaney has something she wants to tell the voters who will show up at the many precincts across the county. "the only difference this time is there's just a few people left on the ballot to go and and vote for." standup.."the big thing to remember about tuesday's election is this. if you voted either party the last time, you'll have to vote the same party this time." "everybody's going to be different. but in our county the only democratic run- off we;ll have will be in four districts which will be in palmetto,pleasant grove, old union and shannon. that's the only place if you voted democrat last time that you will have a chance to go vote in the run-off," these are the lee county ballots you will see tommorow. all counties will not look the same. just remember democrats will have to vote democrat again this time, and republicans will vote republican again too. the clerk says there is one notable exception. "if you didn't go out and vote at all the first time, you can go out and vote either way." if you are still somewhat confused about this voting situation you can get answers at the secretary of state's website at www.sot.ms.gov and look under headking "y'all vote." it has a voting poll locator as well and explains how to cast your ballots . reporting live in tupelo wayne hereford wtva nine news. a program
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