The Circuit Clerk is elected at large for a four-year term. The Circuit Clerk provides a variety of services by serving as clerk of the court for Circuit, County and Youth courts. The Circuit Clerk is also the registrar of voters, assists in conduct of all county, state and national elections and issues all absentee ballots. The Circuit Clerk issues marriage licenses and maintains many other records such as the judgment roll.
Visit the Lowndes County Circuit Clerks Search Page.
- Deputy Clerk in Jury Division
- Deputy Clerk Youth Court Division
- Deputy Clerks in Circuit and County Court Civil Division
Phone: 662-329-5908 or 662-329-3394
- Deputy Clerks in Circuit and County Court Criminal Division
Phone: 662-241-1920 or 662-329-3335
- Deputy Clerks in Marriage Division and Voter Registration
Phone: 662-329-5947 or 662-329-5900
Applying for a Marriage License
- Both bride and groom must appear in the Circuit Clerk’s office to make an application for the marriage license
- Present official document evidencing age
- If under 21 both parents or legal guardians must sign giving their consent.
- Court order required if the male applicant is below 17 and female applicant is below 15
- $37 (cash only and must have correct change) filing fee at the time of application. Applications from 8 am to 4:30 pm only
In no event shall a license be issued by the circuit clerk when it appears to the circuit clerk that the applicants are, or either of them is, drunk or a person with mental illness or mental retardation to the extent that the clerk believes that the person does not understand the nature and consequences of the request.
Register to Vote
You must be a citizen of the United States and 18 years of age by the General Election date of each year and not convicted of the crime of:
- Obtaining money or goods under false pretense
You may register to vote in person at the Circuit Clerk’s office or by downloading a form from the Secretary of State’s website and mailing to the circuit clerk.
You may also register to vote at the driver’s license office, health department or department of human services. If you choose this option and do not receive a voter registration card in the mail from the circuit clerk, please inquire 30 days prior to any election.