Absentee voting for Oxford’s municipal elections now open
Oxford residents who will be unable to vote in-person for the June 8 general election can now cast their ballots.
Absentee voting for this summer’s municipal elections began this week and will run through June 5. Anyone who wishes to cast an absentee ballot must bring valid photo identification to Oxford’s City Hall, where a voting area is set up in the first floor lobby.
Only residents living inside Oxford’s city limits are eligible to vote in municipal elections. Any residents who have not registered to vote can do so before May 10 at 5 p.m. Voter registration can be done at City Hall or at the Lafayette County Circuit Clerk’s office located inside the Lafayette County Courthouse. Both locations are at the downtown Square.
All six alderman seats, as well as the office of mayor, are up for grabs in this year’s municipal elections. Ward I and IV’s races will see incumbents Rick Addy and Kesha Howell-Atkinson serve another term on the Board of Aldermen, respectively, with both running unopposed in the general election.
Mayor Robyn Tannehill (I)
Brandon Pettis (I)
Kyle Davis (R)
Rick Addy (D)
Alderman Mark Huelse (R)
Afton Thomas (D)
L. McQueen Miscamble (R)
Brian Hyneman (D)
Alderman Kesha Howell-Atkinson (D)
Alderman Preston Taylor (D)
Barney Chadwick (R)
Alderman Jason Bailey (R)
Miguel Centellas (D)
Alderman John Morgan (I)
Linda Porter Bishop (D)
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