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You can register to vote at the age of 17 only if you will be 18 by election day.
You have to be 21 years old to be selected for jury duty.
Passport hours are 8 am until 4:30 pm only.
You will need
Check or Money Order made Payable to U.S. Department of State.
There is a separate execution fee of $35 per person payable to the Circuit Clerk.
It takes four to six weeks for the normal process. If needed sooner, you can expedite by adding an additional $60. The process will then take two to three weeks.
Both parties need to be present with valid photo identification along with a total of $37.
You no longer need blood work, and the license is issued on the same day.
Presidential Election: First Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Even-numbered years, every four years.
Gubernatorial Election: Odd-numbered years.
U.S. Senate and U.S. House Elections: Even-numbered years.
State Senate and House Elections: Odd-numbered years.
County and other Office Elections: Odd-numbered years.
Municipal (City) Elections: Odd-numbered years.
Election Commissioners: Even-numbered years.
All marriage licenses are issued by the Circuit Court Clerk in the Oktibbeha County Circuit Court Complex at 108 West Main Street. You must have a picture I.D. You must be 21 years of age to apply for a marriage license without parental consent, and both parties must be present to apply. If you are under the age of 21, you must have notarized authorization from the parent or the parent needs to be present.
Search Oktibbeha Marriage Records online
The Circuit Clerk's Office only takes payment for felonies.
We do not take payments for seatbelt violations or for proof of insurance.
Citations by City Police: Municipal Court, 662-323-1491
Citations from Sheriff's Department: Justice Court, 662-324-3032
Citations from Highway Patrol: Justice Court, 662-324-3032
You may register to vote either by mail or by visiting the Circuit Clerk (Circuit Court Annex Building) or Municipal Clerk (usually City Hall).
You may also register to vote when applying for or renewing your driver's license or when applying for services at numerous state and federal government agencies.