Apportionment and Elections

2021 Regular Session

Apportionment and Elections

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 4
Good Policy
Statewide Elections Management System; remove voters who fail to respond to notice and who fail to vote after certain period of time. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency. Government should reduce barriers to its ability to effectively perform its core functions.
HB 46
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Human Services employees; remove prohibition on participating in political campaigns for. Dead
Analysis:
HB 173
Not Rated
Voting registration; require by anyone who receives public assistance benefits. Dead
Analysis:
HB 185
Not Rated
Election Commissioners; revise the qualifying deadline for. Dead
Analysis:
HB 195
Good Policy
Municipalities; authorize those of certain size to conduct special elections at one polling place. Dead
Analysis: This bill reduces government spending and increases government efficiency as it relates to the process of managing special elections in municipalities with populations of 2,500 or less.
HB 203
Not Rated
Legislature; prohibit a person from being an elected officer of a county or municipality and a member of. Dead
Analysis:
HB 217
Not Rated
Online voter registration; allow for first time registrants. Dead
Analysis:
HB 248
Not Rated
Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage. Dead
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HB 345
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for 20 days before the election. Dead
Analysis:
HB 348
Not Rated
Voter registration application; require to be processed within ten days of deadline and give applicant opportunity to cure. Dead
Analysis:
HB 349
Not Rated
No-excuse absentee voting; authorize for any qualified voter who votes in person at the office of the registrar. Dead
Analysis:
HB 386
Not Rated
Boards of Education; require those in districts having a mayor-council form of government to be elected. Dead
Analysis:
HB 405
Not Rated
Tax Returns Uniformly Made Public Act; create. Dead
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HB 407
Not Rated
Voting systems; require those purchased to be able to scan actual ballot. Dead
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HB 444
Not Rated
Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters. Dead
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HB 521
Not Rated
DOC discharge plans; require explanation of disenfranchising crimes and opportunity for certain offenders to register to vote. Dead
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HB 543
Not Rated
Voter identification; clarify that only Mississippi driver's license shall be acceptable license. Dead
Analysis:
HB 548
Not Rated
Elections; prohibit use of word 're-elect' unless for person who is current incumbent of the office sought. Dead
Analysis:
HB 571
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for 14 days before the election. Dead
Analysis:
HB 586
Good Policy
Statewide Elections Management System; compare to certain identification databases to ensure non-U.S. citizens are not registered to vote. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency in its performance of one of its proper functions.
HB 627
Not Rated
Redistricting; authorize Legislature to alter boundaries of counties, municipalities and school districts. Dead
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HB 641
Not Rated
Early voting; require Secretary of State to authorize for overseas military. Dead
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HB 642
Not Rated
Voter rolls; prohibit purging names from Statewide Elections Management System 120 days or less before the date of any election. Dead
Analysis:
HB 658
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise notary requirements for students enrolled in a college, university or community or junior college. Dead
Analysis:
HB 661
Not Rated
Online voter registration; allow for first-time registrants. Dead
Analysis:
HB 678
Not Rated
Armed Services Absentee Voting Law; expand definition of 'absent voter' to include those working in federal waters of United States. Dead
Analysis:
HB 687
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of driver's license. Dead
Analysis:
HB 690
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of a driver's license. Dead
Analysis:
HB 696
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize. Dead
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HB 723
Not Rated
Partisan primary elections; abolish and establish open primary elections. Dead
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HB 728
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for not more than 21 days nor less than 5 days before each election. Dead
Analysis:
HB 765
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting; authorize for 14 days before the election. Dead
Analysis:
HB 800
Not Rated
Election commissioners; revise to be a nonpartisan office. Dead
Analysis:
HB 802
Not Rated
Collegiate voters; require each public and private 4-year postsecondary institution to have an on-campus voting precinct. Dead
Analysis:
HB 803
Not Rated
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students. Dead
Analysis:
HB 804
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through. Dead
Analysis:
HB 894
Not Rated
Secretary of State; require to resign from office before qualifying as candidate for other elected office. Dead
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HB 897
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in. Dead
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HB 902
Not Rated
Elected official; prohibit from changing political party affiliation during term of office. Dead
Analysis:
HB 943
Not Rated
Candidate filing fees; authorize state executive committee of each political party to set for certain offices. Dead
Analysis:
HB 946
Not Rated
Statewide Elections Management system; authorize Secretary of State to join certain nongovernmental entity in order to remove certain voters from. Dead
Analysis:
HB 982
Not Rated
Elections; require to be conducted by paper ballot or with optical mark reading equipment. Dead
Analysis:
HB 983
Not Rated
Same day voter registration; authorize. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1016
Not Rated
Municipal general election ballots; provide that only the names of those opposed candidates shall be printed upon. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1019
Good Policy
Gubernatorial inaugurations funds; require contributions and expenditures to be reported to Secretary of State. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases government transparency and accountability.
HB 1040
Not Rated
Election Commissioners; revise the staggered terms for those elected in board of supervisors' Districts Two and Four. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1048
Neutral
Qualification deadline; change to February 1 for certain statewide, state district, county and county district offices. Alive
Analysis: This bill brings forward code sections relating to payment of fees to qualify for elected office.
HB 1080
Not Rated
Disenfranchising crimes; clarify those that qualify as. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1081
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise those who are authorized to vote by. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1084
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1124
Not Rated
Legislative vacancy; revise procedure to fill. Dead
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HB 1159
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; provide that an election shall be held on the question of. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1176
Not Rated
Presidential election; prohibit release of popular vote until after meeting of electors in the states. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1183
Not Rated
Presidential electors; revise selection of to be one from each congressional district and two from the state at-large. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1241
Not Rated
Instant-runoff voting; authorize for certain elections. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1242
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants. Dead
Analysis:
HC 6
Resolution
Constitution; amend to provide that all elections for statewide office, state district office, member of the Legislature or local office shall be held at the same time as the presidential election. Dead
Analysis:
HC 18
Resolution
Constitution; amend to provide that member of House or Senate for the first time after January 1, 2022, not eligible to serve again in that office after serving three terms. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2587
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; authorize registrar to alphabetize and sort by precinct. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2588
Good Policy
Statewide Elections Management System; remove electors who fail to respond to notice. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency. Government should eliminate all unnecessary restrictions on its own ability to effectively perform its necessary functions.
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed