Just a few days remain before the 2020 presidential election.
Polls will open at 7 a.m., and registered voters of Washington County have until 7 p.m. Tuesday to get out and cast their vote for their desired candidates and measures.
To cast a ballot, voters must have a valid government-issued photo identification, which can include a driver’s license, a state-issued ID card, a passport, a government employee ID card, a firearms license, a student ID from any Mississippi college, a military ID or a Mississippi Voter identification card.
The voting precinct locations are as follows:
* 1-1 St. James’ Episcopal Church, 1026 Washington Ave.
* 1-2 Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1865 S. Main St.
* 1-3 Swiftwater Baptist Church, 3031 Mississippi 1 S.
* 1-4 Glen Allan Library, Glen Allan Community Building, 970 W. Lake Washington Road, Glen Allan
* 2-1 Ward’s Recreation Center, 1648 Mississippi 1 S.
* 2-2 Buster Brown Community Center, 400 Robertshaw St.
* 2-3 Arcola Technology Center, 102 Tower Lane, Arcola
* 3-1 Tampa Drive , U.S. 82 W.
* 3-2 Mount Bethel Baptist Church, 814 S. Theobald St.
* 3-3 Extension Building, 148 N. Edison St.
* 3-4 Lake Vista Masonic Lodge, 705 Sampson Road
* 3-5 Metcalfe Municipal Building, 519 Martin Luther King, Blvd., Metcalfe
* 4-1 Elk’s Lodge, 1818 E. Alexander St.
* 4-2 Leland Health Department, 801 N. Broad St., Leland
* 4-3 Leland Rotary Club, 411 California Ave., Leland
* 5-1 Hollandale City Hall, 200 E. Ave. S., Hollandale
* 5-2 Darlene, 3024 Avon Darlene Road
* 5-3 Washington County Convention Center, 1040 S. Raceway Road
* 5-4 Jake’s Chapel MB Church, 208 S. Ninth St.
On the ballot for the State of Mississippi are the following offices and candidates:
Running for president of the United States are Joseph “Joe” Biden (Democrat), Donald Trump (Republican), Howie Hawkins (Green), Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian), Don Blankenship (American Constitution), Brian Carroll (American Solidarity Party), Phil Collins (Independent), Brock Pierce (Independent), and Kanye West (Independent).
Vying for U.S. Senate are Jimmy Edwards (Libertarian), Mike Espy (Democrat) and Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican).
In the race for the U.S. House of Representatives Mississippi 2nd Congressional District seat are Brian Flowers (Republican) and Bennie Thompson (Democrat).
Rosie Sturdevant is running uncontested for Washington County Election Commission District 3.
Contending for Mississippi Supreme Court Justice District 1, Position 1 are Kenny Griffis and Latrice Westbrooks, both nonpartisan.
Leslie King (nonpartisan) is running uncontested for Mississippi Supreme Court Justice District 1, Position 2.
Statewide ballot measure 1 — Initiative 65 and Alternative 65A Medical Marijuana Amendment (Either/Neither)
Statewide ballot measure 1 — Initiative 65 Medial Marijuana Amendment (Yes/No)
Statewide ballot measure 1 — Alternative 65A Medical Marijuana (Yes/No)
Statewide ballot measure 2 — House Concurrent Resolution No. 47
Statewide ballot measure 3 — House Bill 1796 Flag Referendum