As an American citizen, elections give you the opportunity to vote and make your voice heard. Your vote is important because it gives you the chance to have a say in how our government should operate, as well as vital issues involving schools, laws, and how your tax dollars are spent. If you fail to exercise your right to vote, you are letting other voters make these decisions for you.

The Clerk of Court plays an important role in the voting process. As the parish’s chief election official and custodian of voting machines, the Clerk is responsible for the delivery of all voting machines to each precinct. The Clerk is also required by law to open each voting machine after the election; tabulate and record all votes; and then report the totals.

NOTE:   Due to the Flood in August, 2016, there are several precincts that have changed locations.   For a list of the temporary polling location changes go back to our main web page, click on "About"  then "News" then "Notice of change of polling place".

Clerk of court elections

Early Voting

Louisiana law provides for early voting in person and by mail. Special provisions are also in place for persons in the military. The early voting process for the upcoming election on April 28, 2018, will take place Saturday, April 14  through Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 8:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. daily. Early voting is closed every Sunday. 

Persons who wish to cast an early ballot in person may do so at the Registrar of Voters Office in Livingston between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on any day except Sunday. Voters who are physically unable to vote in person at the polls on election day and unable to vote in person at the registrar's office may be eligible for the Special Program for Physically Handicapped Voters.

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Election Results

For further information on Louisiana elections, visit the Secretary of State Election Division.

To dedicate your vote to honor a U.S. military veteran, click here.