Early voting has begun in Louisiana for the November 8th election.
Early voting is open to all registered voters within their parish. There are no special qualifications to be eligible for early voting. If you will be out of town for the election, you are eligible. Are you scheduled to work on election day? No worries, you are eligible. If you are gonna be in town and not busy at all and have no reason that you can’t make to the polls on November 8, you are still eligible for early voting.
There have been some voting location changes due to the flooding issues.
If you want to research polling location changes you can view them at voterportal.sos.la.gov
East Baton Rouge Parish:
City Hall – 222 St. Louis St. # 201, Baton Rouge
Motor Vehicle Bldg – 2250 Main St., Baker
State Archives Bldg – 3851 Essen Ln., Baton Rouge
Fire Station – 11010 Coursey Blvd., Baton Rouge
West Baton Rouge Parish:
Courthouse Annex – 883 7th St. #A, Port Allen
Juban Crossing – 10130 Crossing Way #360, Denham Springs
Registrars Office – 29938 S. Magnolia St., Livingston
On the Ballot
There may be more on your ballot than you are expecting to see.
Along with the Presidential election, Louisiana has one U.S. Senate seat up for grabs, each Congressional District will be voting for a House seat and there are 6 Constitutional Amendments on every ballot statewide. In addition to the statewide initiatives, you may have Judges, mileages or other local officials on your ballot.
Take a few minutes before you head to the polls to study your sample ballot. Know who and what issues you will be voting on so you are not taken by surprise and trying to make a last minute decision once you are in the booth.
Sample ballots with all the voting measures are available to view at geauxvote.com
Early Voting Information
October 25th – November 1st (excluding Sunday)
8:30am – 6:00pm
Get out and vote!!