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VOTE JUNE 8, 2021

Polls are open at 7am til 7pm

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Clinton Mayor Fisher

Negotiates Generous

LED Lighting Upgrade

with Entergy Mississippi

Mayor Phil Fisher

2021 Mayoral Debate

Presented by the League of Women Voters and the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, the debates

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

Public Safety

From unranked in 2013, Clinton has been listed as Mississippi’s third safest city for the past three years.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

Economic Development

With the addition of new industries like Continental Tire, business growth and expansions have produced thousands of new jobs.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

Infrastructure Maintenance/Construction

Street paving, bridge reconstruction, water tank repair—all have dramatically improved our infrastructure since 2013.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

Parks & Recreation

Your parks have been improved with numerous upgrades and rebuilds.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

City Promotion

Through traditional and social media, numerous events—even two Hollywood movies, we are truly putting Clinton on the map.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses

City Transparency

By streaming board meetings, using weekly emails and other means, government transparency remains a top priority.

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Mayor Phil Fisher Discusses


Town Spring Park and the Train Depot are just two examples of how we honor and celebrate our history in Clinton.

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Phil Fisher For Mayor of Clinton MS

Where Do I Vote


If you are a new resident or just a new voter, you may be wondering where to vote this year.  We hope you will find the links below useful.

With this link, you can look up the Municipal Election Voting Locations by ward. View The Voting Locations here

These wards are electoral districts based on geographical areas of Clinton and are determined by the city government. Generally, only voters who reside within that area are permitted to vote at that location in an election.

If you are not sure what ward you are in, click here.  You can look it up by your home address.

If you would like to see a Map of the Wards, click here.