GET OUT THE VOTE (GOTV)

The Power Coalition pursues a strategy of integrated voter engagement to encourage and empower our fellow Louisianans to participate in their democracy. Integrated voter engagement is not a transactional strategy that is focused on a single election or political issue, but instead is a constant effort to more fully engage Louisianans in all aspects of civic life.

VOTER INFORMATION MAP

Learn more about Louisiana's voters and elections with our Voter Information Map. This interactive map shows the voter registration rates for each parish, and a detailed breakdown of the turnout rates of Louisiana's most recent statewide elections. Find out how your parish votes or explore the rest of the state.

Parish Information

desoto

Total Population:

27,033

House Districts

7 - Lawrence A. "Larry" Bagley (R)

23 - Kenny R. Cox (D)

Senate District

38 - Senator John Milkovich (D)

acadia

Total Population:

61,923

House Districts

41 - Phillip R. DeVillier (R)

42 - John M. Stefanski (R)

Senate District

25 - Senator Dan W. "Blade" Morrish (R)

26 - Senator Jonathan W. Perry (R)

28 - Senator Eric LaFleur (D)

allen

Total Population:

25,533

House Districts

32 - Dorothy Sue Hill (D)

Senate District

28 - Senator Eric LaFleur (D)

ascension

Total Population:

112,126

House Districts

58 - Ken Brass (D)

59 - Tony Bacala (R)

81 - Clay Schexnayder (R)

88 - John A.Berthelot (R)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

18 - Senator Eddie J. Lambert (R)

assumption

Total Population:

23,099

House Districts

51 - Beryl A. Amedée (R)

60 - Chad Brown (D)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

avoyelles

Total Population:

41,569

House Districts

28 - Robert A. Johnson (D)

Senate District

28 - Senator Eric LaFleur (D)

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

beauregard

Total Population:

36,240

House Districts

30 - James K. Armes, III (D)

32 - Dorothy Sue Hill (D)

35 - Stephen C. Dwight (R)

Senate District

30 - Senator John Smith (R)

bienville

Total Population:

14,156

House Districts

11 - Patrick O. Jefferson (D)

13 - Jack G.McFarland (R)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

36 - Senator Ryan Gatti (R)

bossier

Total Population:

123,074

House Districts

1 - James H. "Jim" Morris (R)

2 - Sam L. Jenkins, Jr. (D)

6 - Thomas G. Carmody, Jr. (R)

8 - Raymond J. Crews (R)

9 - Dodie Horton (R)

10 - Wayne McMahen

Senate District

36 - Senator Ryan Gatti (R)

37 - Senator Barrow Peacock (R)

caddo

Total Population:

257,091

House Districts

1 - James H. "Jim" Morris (R)

2 - Sam L. Jenkins, Jr. (D)

3 - Barbara M. Norton (D)

4 - Cedric B. Glover (D)

5 - Alan Seabaugh (R)

6 - Thomas G. Carmody, Jr. (R)

7 - Lawrence A. "Larry" Bagley (R)

Senate District

37 - Senator Barrow Peacock (R)

38 - Senator John Milkovich (D)

39 - Senator Gregory W. Tarver, Sr. (D)

calcasieu

Total Population:

194,323

House Districts

32 - Dorothy Sue Hill (D)

33 - Vacant - District 33

34 - A B Franklin (D)

35 - Stephen C. Dwight (R)

36 - Mark Abraham (R)

37 - John E. Guinn (R)

47 - Bob Hensgens (R)

Senate District

25 - Senator Dan W. "Blade" Morrish (R)

27 - Senator Ronnie Johns (R)

30 - Senator John Smith (R)

caldwell

Total Population:

10,029

House Districts

20 - Steve E Pylant (R)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

cameron

Total Population:

6,682

House Districts

47 - Bob Hensgens (R)

Senate District

25 - Senator Dan W. "Blade" Morrish (R)

catahoula

Total Population:

10,249

House Districts

20 - Steve E Pylant (R)

21 - John F. "Andy" Anders (D)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

claiborne

Total Population:

16,832

House Districts

11 - Patrick O. Jefferson (D)

Senate District

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

36 - Senator Ryan Gatti (R)

concordia

Total Population:

20,434

House Districts

21 - John F. "Andy" Anders (D)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

east baton rouge

Total Population:

444,275

House Districts

29 - Edmond Jordan (D)

61 - C. Denise Marcelle (D)

62 - Kenneth E. Harvard (R)

63 - Babara W. Carpenter (D)

64 - Valarie Hodges (R)

65 - Barry Ivey (R)

66 - Rick Edmonds (R)

67 - Patricia Haynes Smith (D)

68 - Stephen F. Carter (R)

69 - Paula P. Davis (R)

70 - Franklin J. Foil (R)

101 - Edward C. "Ted" James II (D)

Senate District

6 - Senator Mack A. "Bodi" White, Jr. (R)

13 - Senator Dale M. Erdey (R)

14 - Senator Yvonne Colomb (D)

15 - Senator Regina Ashford Barrow (D)

16 - Senator Dan Claitor (R)

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

east carroll

Total Population:

7,572

House Districts

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

21 - John F. "Andy" Anders (D)

Senate District

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

east feliciana

Total Population:

19,998

House Districts

62 - Kenneth E. Harvard (R)

72 - Robby Carter (D)

Senate District

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

evangeline

Total Population:

33,558

House Districts

38 - H. Bernard LeBas (D)

41 - Phillip R. DeVillier (R)

Senate District

28 - Senator Eric LaFleur (D)

franklin

Total Population:

20,622

House Districts

20 - Steve E Pylant (R)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

grant

Total Population:

22,062

House Districts

22 - Terry R.Brown (I)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

iberia

Total Population:

73,766

House Districts

46 - Mike Huval (R)

48 - Taylor F. Barras (R)

49 - Blake Miguez (R)

96 - Terry C.Landry,Sr (D)

Senate District

21 - Senator R. L. Bret Allain, II (R)

22 - Senator Fred H. Mills, Jr. (R)

iberville

Total Population:

33,303

House Districts

18 - Major Thibaut (D)

58 - Ken Brass (D)

60 - Chad Brown (D)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

jackson

Total Population:

16,214

House Districts

13 - Jack G.McFarland (R)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

jefferson

Total Population:

434,123

House Districts

54 - Jerry Gisclair (D)

78 - Kirk Talbot (R)

79 - Julie Strokes (R)

80 - Polly Thomas (R)

82 - Cameron Henry (R)

83 - Robert E.Billot (D)

84 - Patrick Connick (R)

85 - Joesph A. Marino, III (I)

87 - Rodney Lyons (D)

92 - Joesph A.Stagni (R)

94 - Stephanie Hilferty (R)

105 - Christopher J.Leopold (R)

Senate District

3 - Senator Jean-Paul "JP" Morrell (D)

5 - Senator Karen Carter Peterson (D)

7 - Senator Troy Carter (D)

8 - Senator John A. Alario, Jr. (R)

9 - Senator Conrad Appel (R)

10 - Senator Daniel R. Martiny (R)

19 - Senator Gary L. Smith, Jr. (D)

jefferson davis

Total Population:

31,439

House Districts

37 - John E. Guinn (R)

Senate District

25 - Senator Dan W. "Blade" Morrish (R)

lafayette

Total Population:

226,886

House Districts

31 - Nancy Landry (R)

39 - Julie Emerson (R)

42 - John M. Stefanski (R)

43 - Stuart J Bishop (R)

44 - Vincent J.Pierre (D)

45 - Jean-Paul P.Coussan (R)

48 - Taylor F. Barras (R)

96 - Terry C.Landry,Sr (D)

Senate District

22 - Senator Fred H. Mills, Jr. (R)

23 - Senator Patrick Page Cortez (R)

24 - Senator Gerald Boudreaux (D)

26 - Senator Jonathan W. Perry (R)

lafourche

Total Population:

96,965

House Districts

51 - Beryl A. Amedée (R)

52 - Jerome "Zee" Zeringue (R)

53 - Tanner D.Magee (R)

54 - Jerry Gisclair (D)

55 - Jerome Richard (I)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

19 - Senator Gary L. Smith, Jr. (D)

20 - Senator Norbèrt N. "Norby" Chabert (R)

21 - Senator R. L. Bret Allain, II (R)

lasalle

Total Population:

14,863

House Districts

20 - Steve E Pylant (R)

22 - Terry R.Brown (I)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

lincoln

Total Population:

47,082

House Districts

11 - Patrick O. Jefferson (D)

12 - Robert E.Shadoin (R)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

livingston

Total Population:

131,865

House Districts

64 - Valarie Hodges (R)

71 - J. Rogers Pope (R)

81 - Clay Schexnayder (R)

95 - Sherman Q Mack (R)

Senate District

6 - Senator Mack A. "Bodi" White, Jr. (R)

13 - Senator Dale M. Erdey (R)

18 - Senator Eddie J. Lambert (R)

madison

Total Population:

12,209

House Districts

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

21 - John F. "Andy" Anders (D)

Senate District

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

morehouse

Total Population:

27,430

House Districts

14 - John C "Jay" Morris III (R)

16 - Katrina R.Jackson (D)

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

Senate District

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

natchitoches

Total Population:

39,434

House Districts

22 - Terry R.Brown (I)

23 - Kenny R. Cox (D)

24 - Frank A.Howard (R)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

orleans

Total Population:

369,888

House Districts

91 - Walt Leger,III (D)

93 - Royce Duplessis (D)

94 - Stephanie Hilferty (R)

97 - Joesph Bouie,Jr. (D)

98 - Neil C Abramson (D)

99 - Jimmy Harris (D)

100 - John H Bagneris (D)

102 - Gary M.Carter Jr. (D)

103 - Raymond E. Garofalo Jr (R)

105 - Christopher J.Leopold (R)

Senate District

1 - Senator Sharon Hewitt (R)

3 - Senator Jean-Paul "JP" Morrell (D)

4 - Senator Wesley T. Bishop (D)

5 - Senator Karen Carter Peterson (D)

7 - Senator Troy Carter (D)

9 - Senator Conrad Appel (R)

ouachita

Total Population:

155,313

House Districts

13 - Jack G.McFarland (R)

14 - John C "Jay" Morris III (R)

15 - Frank A.Hoffmann (R)

16 - Katrina R.Jackson (D)

17 - Marcus L.Hunter (D)

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

plaquemines

Total Population:

23,879

House Districts

103 - Raymond E. Garofalo Jr (R)

105 - Christopher J.Leopold (R)

Senate District

1 - Senator Sharon Hewitt (R)

7 - Senator Troy Carter (D)

8 - Senator John A. Alario, Jr. (R)

pointe coupee

Total Population:

22,737

House Districts

18 - Major Thibaut (D)

Senate District

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

rapides

Total Population:

132,270

House Districts

25 - Lance Harris (R)

26 - Jeffrey "Jeff" Hall (D)

27 - Lowell C. "Chris" Hazel (R)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

red river

Total Population:

9,029

House Districts

22 - Terry R.Brown (I)

23 - Kenny R. Cox (D)

Senate District

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

richland

Total Population:

20,911

House Districts

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

Senate District

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

sabine

Total Population:

24,315

House Districts

7 - Lawrence A. "Larry" Bagley (R)

24 - Frank A.Howard (R)

Senate District

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

st. bernard

Total Population:

41,567

House Districts

103 - Raymond E. Garofalo Jr (R)

Senate District

1 - Senator Sharon Hewitt (R)

3 - Senator Jean-Paul "JP" Morrell (D)

st. charles

Total Population:

52,502

House Districts

56 - Gregory A.Miller (R)

57 - Randal L.Gaines (D)

92 - Joesph A.Stagni (R)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

19 - Senator Gary L. Smith, Jr. (D)

st. helena

Total Population:

11,063

House Districts

72 - Robby Carter (D)

Senate District

6 - Senator Mack A. "Bodi" White, Jr. (R)

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

st. james

Total Population:

21,717

House Districts

58 - Ken Brass (D)

81 - Clay Schexnayder (R)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

18 - Senator Eddie J. Lambert (R)

st. john the baptist

Total Population:

44,787

House Districts

56 - Gregory A.Miller (R)

57 - Randal L.Gaines (D)

81 - Clay Schexnayder (R)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

19 - Senator Gary L. Smith, Jr. (D)

st. landry

Total Population:

83,450

House Districts

38 - H. Bernard LeBas (D)

39 - Julie Emerson (R)

40 - Dustin Miller (D)

41 - Phillip R. DeVillier (R)

46 - Mike Huval (R)

Senate District

22 - Senator Fred H. Mills, Jr. (R)

24 - Senator Gerald Boudreaux (D)

26 - Senator Jonathan W. Perry (R)

28 - Senator Eric LaFleur (D)

st. martin

Total Population:

52,728

House Districts

46 - Mike Huval (R)

48 - Taylor F. Barras (R)

50 - Sam Jones (D)

96 - Terry C.Landry,Sr (D)

Senate District

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

22 - Senator Fred H. Mills, Jr. (R)

24 - Senator Gerald Boudreaux (D)

st. mary

Total Population:

53,558

House Districts

50 - Sam Jones (D)

51 - Beryl A. Amedée (R)

Senate District

21 - Senator R. L. Bret Allain, II (R)

st. tammany

Total Population:

239,193

House Districts

74 - Scott M. Simon (R)

75 - Malinda B.White (D)

76 - J.Kevin Pearson (R)

77 - Mark Wright (R)

89 - Reid Falconer (R)

90 - Vacant - District 90

104 - Paul Hollis (R)

Senate District

11 - Senator Jack Donahue (R)

12 - Senator Beth Mizell (R)

tangipahoa

Total Population:

123,662

House Districts

72 - Robby Carter (D)

73 - Stephen E. Pugh (R)

74 - Scott M. Simon (R)

86 - Nicholas Muscarello (R)

Senate District

6 - Senator Mack A. "Bodi" White, Jr. (R)

11 - Senator Jack Donahue (R)

12 - Senator Beth Mizell (R)

13 - Senator Dale M. Erdey (R)

tensas

Total Population:

4,972

House Districts

20 - Steve E Pylant (R)

21 - John F. "Andy" Anders (D)

Senate District

34 - Senator Francis C. Thompson (D)

terrebonne

Total Population:

111,713

House Districts

51 - Beryl A. Amedée (R)

52 - Jerome "Zee" Zeringue (R)

53 - Tanner D.Magee (R)

Senate District

20 - Senator Norbèrt N. "Norby" Chabert (R)

21 - Senator R. L. Bret Allain, II (R)

union

Total Population:

22,442

House Districts

12 - Robert E.Shadoin (R)

Senate District

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

vermilion

Total Population:

58,663

House Districts

31 - Nancy Landry (R)

47 - Bob Hensgens (R)

49 - Blake Miguez (R)

Senate District

26 - Senator Jonathan W. Perry (R)

vernon

Total Population:

54,050

House Districts

24 - Frank A.Howard (R)

30 - James K. Armes, III (D)

Senate District

30 - Senator John Smith (R)

washington

Total Population:

46,690

House Districts

74 - Scott M. Simon (R)

75 - Malinda B.White (D)

Senate District

12 - Senator Beth Mizell (R)

webster

Total Population:

40,920

House Districts

10 - Wayne McMahen

Senate District

36 - Senator Ryan Gatti (R)

west baton rouge

Total Population:

24,092

House Districts

18 - Major Thibaut (D)

29 - Edmond Jordan (D)

Senate District

2 - Senator Edward J. "Ed" Price (D)

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

west carroll

Total Population:

11,500

House Districts

19 - Charles R. Chaney (R)

Senate District

33 - Senator Michael A. Walsworth (R)

west feliciana

Total Population:

15,437

House Districts

18 - Major Thibaut (D)

62 - Kenneth E. Harvard (R)

Senate District

17 - Senator Rick Ward, III (R)

32 - Senator Neil Riser (R)

winn

Total Population:

15,027

House Districts

13 - Jack G.McFarland (R)

22 - Terry R.Brown (I)

Senate District

29 - Senator W. Jay Luneau (D)

31 - Senator Gerald Long (R)

35 - Senator James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)

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Current data reflects the October 2017 election.

SIGNIFICANT DATES

Your vote is your voice. It’s important that we have real representation at the polls to make sure our voices are heard across the State.

Louisiana State
Legislature 2018

Session Convenes: March 12
Session Adjourns: June 4

Municipal

Primary Election: March 24, 2018
In-Person Reg. Deadline: Feb. 21
Early Vote: March 10-17

General Election: April 28, 2018
In-Person Reg. Deadline: March 28
Early Vote: April 14 – 21

Congressional

Primary Election: Nov. 6, 2018
In-Person Reg. Deadline: Oct. 9
Early Vote: Oct. 23 – 30

General Election: Dec 8, 2018
In-Person Reg. Deadline: Nov. 7
Early Vote: Nov. 24 – Dec. 1

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In 2016, The Power Coalition for Equity and Justice mobilized constituencies with a targeted voting strategy to push for real voice and power by reaching more than 30,000 infrequent voters of color statewide, including Jefferson, Orleans, Calcasieu, Terrebonne, East Baton Rouge, Ouachita, Caddo and Bossier parishes.

In 2017, PCEJ focused on increasing the mobilizing capacity of our partners by moving to a paperless program for the Orleans Parish elections. We recorded over 53,000 contact attempts in the 2017 Orleans parish elections, increasing voter turnout of infrequent voters we successfully contacted by more than 15%. Our 2017 Voter Contact report provides a more complete picture of our work in the past year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Secretary of State Elections Division, P.O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804 and you can 1-800-883-2805 or visit online at www.GeauxVote.com  

Your local Registrar of Voter:

East Baton Rouge
222 St. Louis Street, Suite 201, Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 389-3940 eastbatonrougerova@sos.la.gov

Jefferson Parish
1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Room 502, Harahan, LA 70123
(504) 736-6191 Jeffersonrova@sos.la.gov

5001 West Bank Expressway, Suite C-2, Marrero, LA 70072
(504) 349-5690 Jeffersonrovb@sos.la.gov

408 Minor Street, Kenner, LA 70062
(504) 467-5168 Jeffersonovc@sos.la.gov

Orleans Parish
City Hall, 1300 Perdido Street, #1W23, New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 658-8300 Orleansova@sos.la.gov

225 Morgan Street, Room 105, New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 658-8323 Orleansovc@sos.la.gov

Calcasieu Parish
Parish Courthouse, 1000 Ryan St – Rm 7, Lake Charles, LA 70601
(337) 721-4000 Calcasieurov@sos.la.gov

Terrebonne Parish
8026 Main Street, Suite 101 Houma, La 70360
(985) 873-6533 Terrebonnerov@sos.la.gov

Caddo Parish
525 Marshall, Suite 103 Shreveport, LA 71101
(318) 226-6891 Caddorov@sos.la.gov

Each voter is required to identify himself or herself by giving his or her name and address to a commissioner; and by presenting a Louisiana driver’s license, a Louisiana special identification card or other generally recognized picture identification card that contains the name and signature of the applicant or completing an Identification Affidavit if no photo identification is available. A voter without photo ID is subject to challenge by law. You may obtain a free Louisiana special identification card by presenting your voter information card to the Office of Motor Vehicles.

To vote in Louisiana, you must be:

  • A U.S. citizen
  • A resident of Louisiana and the parish you are registering in
  • At least 17 years old and 18 years old prior to the next election
  • Not currently under an order of imprisonment for conviction of afelony or a judgment of interdiction for mental incompetence

Online: www.GeauxVote.com

Phone: Call the Secretary of State’s office at 1-800-883-2805

Find a paper form at:

  • Your Local Post Office
  • Office of Motor Vehicles
  • Louisiana Department of Social Services offices including WIC, food stamp, and Medicaid offices
  • Armed Forces recruitment offices
  • Offices for persons with disabilities such as the Deaf Action Centers or Independent Living offices

You do not need a reason to vote early! All voters may vote early, just like you are voting on Election Day. Voters who want to vote early for any election may do so at the parish registrar of voters office or at designated locations in the parish from 8.30 am to 6 pm from 14 days to seven days prior to any scheduled election.

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Power Coalition for Equality and Justice

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To anyone who has already voted but still feels the need to do something, or who absentee voted and wants to get in on the election day voting spirit, or who lives in a deeply red/blue district and wants to find some way that their energy could really help make a difference for peoples' lives this election day: We need your help!

We’re looking for anyone who is interested in texting voters in Louisiana to encourage them to get to the polls today and vote Yes on Constitutional Amendment 2 as a part of the Unanimous Jury Coalition and the #YesOn2 campaign!

If you'd like to get on Hustle with us and text voters across the state, just sign up at bit.ly/ujctexts to get set up!

Amendment 2 on the Louisiana ballot would abolish a constitutional provision that allows people charged with felonies to be convicted with a non-unanimous jury. The current, non-unanimous jury provision was added to the Louisiana Constitution in 1898 in an era of white supremacist backlash against reconstruction, specifically written to make it easier to incarcerate newly-freed black Louisianans. Louisiana and Oregon are the only two states that still allow non-unanimous jury decisions for felony cases, and Louisiana is the only state where a defendant can be sentenced to life in prison on a non-unanimous conviction. The law has contributed to Louisiana's extremely high incarceration rate and racial disparities in the prison population for more than a century. Voting Yes on 2 would ensure that all defendants charged with a felony in Louisiana have the right to an unanimous jury.

You can learn more about the current law, Amendment 2, and the Unanimous Jury Coalition at www.unanimousjury.org
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