Lauderdale County polling stations have not changed

LAUDERDALE COUNTY, Miss. (WTOK) – It’s hard to vote if you don’t know where to vote. Lauderdale County Clerk Donna Jill Johnson wants to clean it up.

“We put a lot of emphasis on our voter registration form,” Johnson said. “If people look at their card, at the top it says the county seat. That’s where you’re going to vote this year and next year.”

On the voter registration form, your precinct will appear on the right. There have been no changes in the districts of the region.

“That’s where you voted for president,” Johnson said. “Give us a call and we’ll be happy to help you get where you need to be. You must be in the correct precinct for your vote to be counted.”

The bulletins you will encounter on Tuesday will vary depending on where you live. In Lauderdale County, they include several unique races for judge, the 3rd Congressional District race between Republican Michael Guest and his Democratic challenger Shuwasky Young, and the question of medical marijuana.

Johnson believes voter turnout in Lauderdale County will be good.

“We’re very positive that with the nationwide policy and the request we’re going to have a good turnout,” Johnson said. “Lauderdale County is always above the state average. It may be down, but it’s still going to be above the state average.”

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