By The Associated Press
JACKSON — Mississippians who want to vote by absentee ballot have until noon on Saturday to do so.
The secretary of state’s office says circuit clerks’ offices are required to remain open Saturday for that purpose.
The Super Tuesday primary is next Tuesday.
Absentee ballots that are mailed have to be received by the circuit clerks by 5 p.m. Monday.
On Tuesday’s ballot are the Republican candidates for president, and party primaries for Mississippi’s four congressional seats and U.S. Senate.