Apportionment and Elections

2019 Regular Session

Apportionment and Elections

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 7
Bad Policy
Public officers; prohibit elected and appointed from participating in certain political activity. Dead
Analysis: This bill states, "It shall be unlawful for any appointed or elected public officer to take an active part in any partisan political campaign or to participate in any political activities of any kind. For violation of this provision, the offending party shall be removed from office and in addition thereto, upon conviction, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, subject to a fine of not more than Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00)" This would violate the 1st Amendment.
HB 24
Not Rated
Tax Returns Uniformly Made Public Act; create. Dead
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HB 28
Not Rated
Voting systems; require those purchased to be able to scan actual ballot. Dead
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HB 33
Not Rated
Secretary of State; prohibit from requiring social security number on application for voter ID card. Dead
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HB 119
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Human Services employees; remove prohibition on participating in political campaigns for. Dead
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HB 142
Not Rated
Homestead exemption; establish location filed as strong but rebuttable presumption of candidate's residence for election purposes. Dead
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HB 144
Not Rated
Election commissioners; revise to be a nonpartisan office. Dead
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HB 215
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to all upon meeting all terms and conditions of sentence. Dead
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HB 232
Not Rated
Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage. Dead
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HB 351
Not Rated
Election commissioner; remove requirement to resign one year before qualifying for another office. Dead
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HB 367
Not Rated
Minimum wage; authorize a statewide ballot initiative to determine state increase. Dead
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HB 423
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of a driver's license. Dead
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HB 432
Not Rated
Campaign staff; require candidate to report the employment of. Dead
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HB 450
Not Rated
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; create. Dead
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HB 455
Not Rated
Voter rolls; prohibit purging names from Statewide Elections Management System 120 days or less before the date of any election. Dead
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HB 476
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore to all felons upon satisfying all of the sentencing requirements of the conviction. Dead
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HB 491
Not Rated
Early voting; require Secretary of State to authorize for overseas military. Dead
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HB 637
Good Policy
voter enfranchisement; create joint legislative study committee on. Dead
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HB 639
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of driver's license. Dead
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HB 671
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; provide votes cast by as final and require to remain at registrar's office on election day. Dead
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HB 690
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through. Dead
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HB 711
Not Rated
Municipal elections; revise the time for holding. Dead
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HB 784
Not Rated
Equal votes; revise how winner is determined when candidates receive. Dead
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HB 787
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise those who are authorized to vote by. Dead
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HB 834
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore to people who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements. Dead
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HB 861
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting; authorize for twenty days before an election. Dead
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HB 893
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; provide votes cast by as final and require to remain at registrar's office on election day. Dead
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HB 902
Not Rated
Elections; make absentee vote final once cast. Dead
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HB 914
Neutral
Precinct boundaries; prohibit altering for certain time of. Alive
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HB 916
Not Rated
Election commissioners; authorize per diem for up to five additional days for additional duties of the chair of. Dead
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HB 917
Not Rated
Polling place; prohibit certain activities in and around. Dead
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HB 927
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through. Dead
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HB 930
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; provide that an election shall be held to vote on the question. Dead
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HB 933
Not Rated
Voter Identification; revise time to provide after casting an affidavit ballot. Dead
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HB 954
Not Rated
Public officials; prohibit those convicted of certain crimes from qualifying for public office. Dead
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HB 955
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements. Dead
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HB 985
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore to all felons three years after satisfying all of the sentencing requirements of conviction. Dead
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HB 986
Not Rated
Circuit judge; remove requirement to allow judicial candidates to address. Dead
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HB 998
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize. Dead
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HB 999
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting and online voter registration; authorize. Dead
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HB 1000
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize. Dead
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HB 1001
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting; authorize twenty-one days before the election. Dead
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HB 1002
Not Rated
Open primaries; authorize. Dead
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HB 1003
Not Rated
Open primaries elections; authorize. Dead
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HB 1007
Not Rated
Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters. Dead
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HB 1014
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to certain veterans who were honorably discharged or released. Dead
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HB 1015
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore to people who committed disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements. Dead
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HB 1027
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically to certain persons who have completed all sentencing requirements. Dead
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HB 1028
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first time voters to register through. Dead
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HB 1029
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore to people who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements. Dead
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HB 1051
Not Rated
Municipalities annexation; provide that an election be held to vote on the question. Dead
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HB 1095
Not Rated
Municipal general election ballots; provide that only the names of those opposed candidates shall be printed upon. Dead
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HB 1189
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all sentencing requirements of a conviction including parole but not probation. Dead
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HB 1224
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise those who are authorized to vote by. Dead
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HB 1234
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of motor vehicle driver's license. Dead
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HB 1338
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction. Dead
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HB 1341
Not Rated
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students. Dead
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HB 1346
Not Rated
Collegiate voters; require each public or private 4-year postsecondary institution to have an on-campus voting precinct. Dead
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HB 1348
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through. Dead
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HB 1389
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize. Dead
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HB 1416
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise notary requirements for students enrolled in a college, university or community or junior college. Dead
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HB 1420
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements. Dead
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HB 1432
Not Rated
Voting registration; require by anyone who receives public assistance benefits. Dead
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HB 1490
Not Rated
Justice court judges; revise position to be nonpartisan and part-time for. Dead
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HB 1498
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in. Dead
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HB 1502
Not Rated
Elected official; prohibit from changing political party affiliation during term of office. Dead
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HB 1526
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction. Dead
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HB 1542
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for qualified electors otherwise unable to vote on election day. Dead
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HC 31
Not Rated
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights after certain time to qualified electors who have committed a felony. Dead
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HC 33
Not Rated
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to qualified electors who have committed a felony once sentencing requirements are met. Dead
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HC 35
Not Rated
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to qualified electors who have committed certain felonies once sentencing requirements are met. Dead
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HC 43
Not Rated
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to qualified electors who have committed certain felonies once sentencing requirements are met. Dead
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HC 44
Not Rated
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to qualified electors who have committed certain felonies once sentencing requirements are met. Dead
Analysis:
JR 1
Not Rated
Mississippi State Senate; revise the composition of certain districts of. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2030
Neutral
Elections; impose residency requirement to run for certain offices. Alive
Analysis: This bill seeks to add 5 year residency requirements for the Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, district attorneys, and the State Highway Commission. Any candidate for any municipal, county or county district office shall be a resident for 2 years.
SB 2237
Good Policy
Public office; persons convicted of certain crimes are ineligible to qualify as a candidate for or be appointed to. Alive
Analysis: This bill seeks to to disqualify candidates from running for office if they have misappropriated funds.
SB 2818
Neutral
Electioneering; prohibit for all persons in any public area within 150 feet of polling place. Dead
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SB 2916
Neutral
Judicial offices; change qualifying deadline to March 1. Alive
Analysis: This bill changes the dealine to qualify for judicial offices from the first Friday after the first Monday in May before the general election for judicial office to March 1st.
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed