You can vote Absentee IF:
- If you are 65 years of age or older…OR
- You will be working during polling hours 7am to 7pm…OR
- You will be out of Lafayette County on Nov. 7, 2023…OR
- You have a physical disability
Beginning on Monday, September 25, you can vote for county and state officials who share your values by picking a nice, sunny warm day to head to the office of the Circuit Clerk on The Square. And here’s the best part… if you skip the long lines on Nov. 7 you make the wait shorter for those who can’t vote absentee.
Lafayette County Circuit Clerk
1 Courthouse Square (the white courthouse)
Open 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday
The office is also open on 3 Saturdays: Oct. 7, Oct. 28 & Nov. 4 from 8 am to 12 noon.
The folks in the office of the Circuit Clerk are very helpful, welcoming and the lines are short. Parking on the Square is free between 8 and 10 am and always free from the 2nd to the 4th floor in the nearby Parking Garage at 1102 Jefferson Ave.
You can call the office of the Lafayette County Circuit Clerk at 662-234-4951 for more information on where to vote or voting absentee ballot. Follow @lafayettecountycircuitcourt on Instagram and Jeff Busby Lafayette County Circuit Clerk on Facebook for helpful information and the fastest election results.