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Absentee Voting Fact Sheet

Early Voting Fact Sheet

Election Day Voting Fact Sheet

2024 Voting Precincts with Addresses

2024 Election Calendar


The Clerk of Court's Office is responsible for tabulating the votes for elections in Caddo Parish. We also conduct schools for Commissioners to learn their duties for election day.

If you need information about Absentee Voting or Voter Registration, please contact the Caddo Parish Registrar of Voter's Office at 318-226-6891.

Geaux Vote (Louisiana Voters)

View Sample Ballot and Voting Locations

View Qualified Candidates

Information about Nominating Petitions

Nominating Petition (PDF)

Louisiana Election Results

Information on Filing a Recall Petition

Securing Your Vote from Cyber Threats

Election Contest and Challenges Deposits

Service required by RS 1401 thru 1515

A Citation shall be issued to the Clerk of Court, Secretary of State and the named defendant. Service is thru the Sheriff, mail and certified mail. The Secretary of State and East Baton Rouge Parish require payment in advance.

Estimated deposit for the exact charges is $600.00. The average fee thru court proceedings and Judgment is $1,200.00.

This fee may vary upon the proceedings held.


Four-Year Certifications

Election Training Videos (no test)

Certification test for commissioners will be available July 1st

Test for commissioners in charge will be available August 1st

New Commissioners and Recertifying Commissioners

Election Day Pamphlet


To qualify as an Election Commissioner or Commissioner-in-Charge, you must attend a class and take a written test. Pay ranges between $50 - $250 per election.

To become a certified Election Commissioner, you must attend a class and have the following qualifications:

  1. You must be a registered voter of Caddo Parish.
  2. You must be able to vote without assistance.
  3. You must not be a candidate or immediate family member of a candidate in the election.
  4. You must not have been convicted of any election offense.

To certify as Commissioner-In-Charge, you must attend a class and have the following qualifications:

  1. You shall be a qualified voter in the parish in which you are to serve and not entitled to assistance in voting.
  2. You shall not be a candidate for election to public office nor be a member of the immediate family of a candidate for election to public office in the precinct in which you serve.
  3. You shall not have been convicted of an election offense.
  4. You shall have successfully completed a general course of instruction for commissioners-in-charge and provided your correct party affiliation to the clerk.
  5. You shall have served as a commissioner in at least two elections during the last four years.

Election Schools

None at this time


For information on Poll Watchers, contact

or call 318-226-6788

Poll Watcher Information Booklet

Poll Watcher Form


Political Sign Ordinances


Louisiana Voter's Bill of Rights

How to View Your Sample Ballot


Election Results

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Locate your Polling Place

Sample Ballots

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For Election Results after April 6, 2013, please visit the Lousiana Secretary of State Website

Louisiana Secretary of State Election Results

For More Information
Call 318-226-6788