ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — According to the Statewide Election Management System, 19,144 absentee ballots had been requested as of 9 a.m. yesterday for runoff primary elections being conducted today.
This compares to 18,036 total absentee ballots requested in the June 3 Democratic Party and Republican Party primary elections.
“Mississippians across the state realize the importance of every single vote in this party primary runoff election,” said Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann.
Absentee ballots returned by mail had to be received by circuit clerks no later than yesterday by 5 p.m.
Currently, the 2014 primary runoff election absentee ballot totals statewide are as follows:
|Absentee Ballot Requests as of 9 a.m. Monday, June 23|
|Jeff Davis County||94|
|Pearl River County||462|
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