2021 Municipal Election
2021 MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Clerk’s Office handles municipal elections and will be able to answer all questions related to voter registration, absentee voting, precinct locations and more. Located on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, this office is open Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
200 Forrest Street
Post Office Box 1898
Hattiesburg, MS 39403-1898
This year, primary and general elections will be held for the City of Hattiesburg elected officials. The Primary Election is scheduled for April 6, 2021, and the General Election is set for June 8, 2021.
You may register to vote at City Hall or the Circuit Clerk’s office for elections at the municipal, county, state and federal level. All voter registration information is obtained from the Circuit Clerk’s Office, which is available from the statewide voter registration system.
- The last day to register to vote and be able to vote in the Primary Election on April 6 is March 6. The City Clerk’s Office will be open from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday, March 6 to process voter registrations.
- The last day to register to vote and be able to vote in the General Election on June 8 is May 8. The City Clerk’s Office will be open from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday, May 8 to process voter registrations.
To register, a form can be filled out and/or downloaded via the link below:
Recently, the Hattiesburg City Council voted to move three municipal voting precinct locations to align with precincts used in county, state and federal elections. These changes, first discussed in August during a work session, include the following:
- Ward 1 – Highland Precinct: These voters will vote at the Longleaf Trace Gateway building, which is the same for every county, state and federal election. This facility is located at 2895 West 4th Street.
- Ward 2 – USO Precinct: These voters will vote at Eureka School, which is the same for every county, state and federal election. This facility is located at 412 East 6th Street.
- Ward 4- Kamper Precinct: These voters will vote at the Hardy Street Baptist Church Activity Building, which is the same for every county, state and federal election. This facility is located at 1610 Hardy Street.
Citizens affected by these changes have received notice by mail and will receive additional notification before the primary election in April and the general election in June. If citizens have any questions regarding these changes, voter registration, absentee voting or municipal elections, the City Clerk’s office can be reached at 601-545-4550 & 601-545-4552.