On Election Day, our reporters will be on the ground across Mississippi acting on tips from voters and reporting on any problems at the polls, be it long lines, public health concerns, voter suppression or intimidation and more. Your questions and tips are crucial to helping our team monitor the election process and inform our coverage of this election.

Mississippi Today will field a team of veteran journalists across the state, watching progress at the polls, listening to voters’ concerns and responding rapidly to any developments with long lines, public health, voter suppression or intimidation and more. This is statewide coverage by Mississippi’s nonprofit, nonpartisan news team, committed to documenting a fair and free election. 

And we need YOU on the team. 

If you notice any issues at your local polling place, we want to hear from you. Let us know by filling out the form below.

View live updates from the Mississippi Today team here.

You may also alert us to problems by calling “>601-600-6201 or email tips@mississippitoday.org. We will be monitoring our social platforms throughout the day. Follow us @MSTODAYNews. Join our election text line by texting MSELEX to 601-633-2220.

View our Election FAQ for answers to frequently asked questions from our readers. The FAQ is a living post and will continue to be updated.

ELECTION COVERAGE: Follow Mississippi Today’s full coverage of the 2020 election.

You can also find a complete guide to voting in Mississippi, including polling locations, what’s on the ballot and where candidates stand on the issues, within our 2020 Voter Guide.

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