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How To Vote In Mississippi 2020

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    (patriotic music)
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    Ahoj Mississippi,pokud chceš hlasovat
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    musíš se první zaregistrovat
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    Pokud si nejste jisti, zda jste se již zaregistrovali
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    můžete použít odkaz v popisu
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    a zkontrolovat váš status
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    pokud ještě nejste zaregistrováni
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    nebo pokud jste přesunuli nebo změnili své jméno
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    od posledního hlasování
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    budete muset vyplnit nový registrační formulář
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    and mail it in with a stamp.
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    You can print off the registration form
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    using the link below
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    and mail it to your county Circuit Clerk
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    or find a paper application at the DMV
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    any state of federal state agency
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    or your Circuit Clerk's office
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    if you don't have access to a printer.
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    Either way, make sure you register by October 2nd
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    if you wanna vote on November.
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    Once you're registered , you get to vote.
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    For most people that means
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    heading to the poles on November 3rd,
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    but, if you're disabled
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    or won't be on your home county on election day
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    you can apply to vote Absentee.
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    There's not a form to that online though,
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    you'll have to find your Municipal
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    or Circuit Clerks contact information
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    using the link below and write them,
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    call them or show at their office in person
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    to request an absentee ballot
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    between September 17th and election day.
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    The sooner you do it, the better
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    so that you have enough time
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    to get your ballot in the mail,
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    fill it at your own pace
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    and send it back before November 3rd.
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    For everyone else, you can go to the polls
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    between 7 a.m and 7 p.m on November 3rd.
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    And there's a link in the description
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    to figure out where you'll need to vote.
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    You'll need to bring a photo ID with you,
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    like a driver's license, state ID,
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    passports, student ID from a collage
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    or university in Mississippi, firearms license
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    or military or tribal ID.
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    If you don't have any of those,
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    you can a free voter ID card at your Circuit Clerks office
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    during normal business hours.
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    Their locations and hours are in the links below
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    as is the state voter ID website,
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    so you can look up contact information if you have any questions
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    or need help to get a voter ID.
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    Closer to election day,
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    you can go to the link in the description
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    to look at a sample ballot ,
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    that tells you everything that you'll be able to vote for.
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    You dont have to vote for every single item on the ballot,
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    you can leave things blank if you want to,
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    but your local elections can be pretty important.
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    So its worth checking out what's there ahead of time.
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    You can even take a screenshot
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    or print it out and bring it to the polls with you,
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    so that you don't forget how you wanna vote.
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    The best thing to do if you're planning to vote this year
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    is to make a plan to vote right now.
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    From what day you're gonna register
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    to whether you're going to vote in person
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    or Absentee,
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    what kind of ID you're gonna use and where it is,
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    even what time you're going to vote
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    and how you're going to get there.
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    Write it down, put in your WhatsApp, text it to a friend.
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    Just make a plan so that nothing unexpected
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    stops you from being counted on November 3rd.
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    All the links you need to check your registration
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    and point location are in the description,
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    thank you for voting.
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    How to vote in every state is produced by Complexity
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    in partnership with the MediaWise voter project
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    which is led by the Poynter institute
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    and supported by Facebook.
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How To Vote In Mississippi 2020
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