When voters head to the polls on November the 6th, not only must they know who to vote for, but they also must know their voting rights.
Any Mississippi resident who is a qualified elector (registered voter) is entitled to vote regardless of race, national origin, or physical ability with no literacy tests required.
No one may refuse a person the right to vote if that person is legally entitled to vote.
No voter shall be threatened, intimidated, or bribed for voting by any person.
The Mississippi Voter ID Law is not in …