Q: What’s being decided in Tuesday’s elections?
A: Voters are choosing their municipal leaders for the next four years – mayors, council members, aldermen and others.
Q: What about the previous elections in May?
A: Those were party primaries, and only Democrats and Republicans were involved. In some cases, the winners of those primaries have no opponents Tuesday and thus will take office in July. But their names will still appear unopposed on the ballots.
Q: When can I vote for someone who’s not a Republican or Democrat?
A: Tuesday is your chance, because the general election ballots contain not only party nominees but independent candidates.
Q: I didn’t vote in the primary. Can I still vote Tuesday?
A: Yes, as long as you’re registered to vote in your municipality.
TUPELO POLLING PLACES
Looking for which ward is which in Tupelo? Check out NEMS360.com for maps of the wards for Tupelo’s municipal election. Click the view slideshow link above with the (7 images). It starts with Ward 1 and goes to 7.
Precinct 1: Bel Air Center, 2107 Country Club Road
Precinct 2: Tupelo Furniture Market, 1879 Coley Road
Precinct 3: The Link Centre, 1800 West Main St.
Precinct 4: Lawndale Presbyterian Church, 1500 Lawndale Drive
Precinct 5: Cornerstone Methodist Church, 1601 President St.
Precinct 6: C.C. Augustus Center, 1400 North Green St.
Precinct 7: Calvary Baptist Church, 501 West Main St.
Precinct 8: Veterans Park Common Buliding, North Veterans Boulevard
Precinct 9: University of Mississippi Building, 1918 Briar Ridge Road
Precinct 10: Wildwood Baptist Church, 2280 West Jackson St.
Precinct 11: Harrisburg Baptist Church, 4675 Cliff Gookin Boulevard
Precinct 12: Haven Acres Community Center, 3288 Willie Moore Road
Precinct 13: First United Pentecostal Church, 900 South Thomas St.
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