Welcome to Caddo Parish Registrar of Voters
Welcome to CaddoVoter.org

Welcome to the Internet home of the Caddo Parish Registrar of Voters Office! The purpose of this internet site is to provide Caddo citizens and voters with information to obtain common voter information and forms for registering to vote, upcoming election news and early voting. While it does not have an email link to our office due to Caddo being the most understaffed major jurisdiction in Louisiana, it does provide links to all essential services.


Mail: Caddo Registrar of Voters
P.O. Box 1253
Shreveport, LA 71163

Physical location: 525 Marshall Street, Suite # 103
Shreveport, LA 71101
Phone: 318.226.6891 and Fax 318.226.6969


Latest News

Pre-Election Statistics
Friday, Oct 17, 2014 4:24pm

Click here for Pre-Election Statistics for Caddo Parish.

Totals for Shreveport only:

Total Registered: 129,602

White: 55,216

Black: 69,088

Other: 5,298

Democrats: 69,224

Republicans: 30,684

Other/No Party: 29,694




Caddo Early Voting Update - Nov. 4th Election
Tuesday, Oct 14, 2014 10:38am

Early Voting for Caddo Parish voters for the November 4th election will be at the Caddo Registrar of Voters office, 525 Marshall, corner of Milam and Marshall Street downtown across from the Court House during October 21 - October 28 ( closed Sunday, Oct. 26th) - 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. each day. Please bring your i.d. and be prepared to wait 30 minutes to an hour. For " What's on Your Ballot" click here.




Polling Place - Calvary Baptist Church - Precincts 078 and 079
Monday, Sep 22, 2014 12:56pm

Voters who have Calvary Baptist Church as a polling place will still report to Calvary Baptist Church on Tuesday, November 4, but will report to the Family Live Center, the building with the blue roof, located on the northern end of the campus. 

Signs will be posted to help direct voters to the polls.




Polling Place Changes
Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 5:43pm

Precinct and Polling Place Changes

Precincts 042 and 081 have had a change to their polling places. Precincts 042 and 81 now vote at the Gymnasium at Southern University in Shreveport at 3050 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Shreveport.  This is due to the closing of the Newton Smith Visual/Performing Arts Middle School next door.

Precinct 140 has had a change to the polling place.  Precinct 140 now votes at the Belcher Village Hall at 411 Charles Street in Belcher.  Precincts 140 and 155 now share a polling place.

Precincts 146 and 150 have been merged by the Caddo Parish Commission.  There is no longer a Precinct 150; all voters in Precinct 150 are now in Precinct 146.  Precinct 150 votes at the Ida Means Community Center at 6955 Cedar Lane in Ida.




Constitutional Amendments
Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 5:05pm

The November 4, 2014 includes 14 constitutional amendments, which can be viewed by clicking here, and one parishwide proposition, which can be viewed by clicking here.




Candidate Withdrawals / Disqualifications
Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 4:18pm

The following candidates have withdrawn or been disqualified from the November 4, 2014 election:

Justin Ansley, U.S. Representative, 4th Congressional District - Ansley's withdrawal was received prior to the printing of the ballots, and his name WILL NOT appear on any ballots.

Eddie L. Howard, Vivian Alderman, Ward 1 - Howard's withdrawal was received prior to the printing of the ballots and his name WILL NOT appear on any ballots.

Roy DeSoto, School Board District 9 - DeSoto's withdrawal was received after the printing of the ballots and his name WILL appear on all ballots, but no votes cast for him will be counted.  Barry Rachal is elected School Board member for District 9 due to the withdrawal of DeSoto, his only opposition.

Debi Johnson, Mooringsport Mayor - Johnson's withdrawal was received after the printing of the ballots and her name WILL appear on all ballots, but no votes cast for her will be counted.  Ann Holt Dearing is elected Mayor of the Town of Mooringsport due to the withdrawal of Johnson, her only opponent.

Raymond Brown, U.S. Senator - Brown's disqualification was received after the printing of the ballots and his name WILL appear on all ballots, but no votes cast for him will be counted. 

James Alexander, Mooringsport Chief of Police - Alexander's withdrawal was received after the printing of the ballots and his name WILL appear on all ballots, but no votes cast for him will be counted. Dale G. Nix, Jr. is elected Chief of Police of the Town of Mooringsport due to the withdrawal of Alexander, his only opponent.

Dock Voorhies, Jr., School Board District 10 - Voorhies's withdrawal was received after the printing of the ballots and his name WILL appear on all ballots, but no votes cast for him will be counted.  Larry Ramsey is elected School Board member for District 10 due to the withdrawal of Voorhies, his only opposition.

Withdrawal and disqualification notifications were received from the Secretary of State's office and are available for viewing by clicking on the name and office of the candidate. 




Candidates: How to Order a Voter List
Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 4:14pm

News for Candidates: How to Order a Voter List

The Caddo Parish Registrar of Voters office is no longer involved in the ordering of commercial lists/voter lists.  Candidates seeking to order a list must go through the Louisiana Secretary of State's website to order the lists online.  Click here to access the voter list portion of the Louisiana Secretary of State's website.  Call the Louisiana Secretary of State's office at 225-922-0900 or toll free 1-800-883-2805 for more information or assistance.

 

Candidates: Please click here to access the Candidate Information page, which supplies answers to frequently asked questions and provides current and historical statistical reports.

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