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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.

Mailing Address: 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


Last Day to Register to Vote for March 5, 2016 Election

The last day to register to vote for the March 5 election in Caddo Parish is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2016

Click here to register online.  You will need the audit code on your driver’s license or state ID to register online.

All applications must be received or postmarked by February 3 in order to be processed for the election.

Click here to read the press release from the Registrar of Voters office.


March 5, 2016 Election

The next election in Caddo Parish is Saturday, March 5, 2016. 

This election is a Presidential Preference Primary election. This is a Closed Party Primary election. Voters must be registered in Caddo Parish as a Democrat or Republican to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary.

Other local elections include Greenwood municipal elections, two propositions for Fire District 8, and a special election for Court of Appeals Judge; however, voters must be registered within one of these districts or towns in Caddo Parish to vote on the candidates or the propositions. Click here to see the text for the two propositions for Fire District 8.

Qualifying for Candidates for the March 5, 2016 election: Wednesday, December 2 through Friday, December 4 with the Clerk of Court’s office in the Caddo Parish Courthouse.

Last day to register to vote for the March 5, 2016 election: Wednesday, February 3, 2016.

Online registration applications must be received by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, February 3, 2016.  All applications submitted by mail must be received in the Registrar’s office or postmarked by Wednesday, February 3, 2016.

Voter registration statistics will be posted periodically to the Candidate Information section of this website (see button at left.)

Early Voting for the March 5, 2016 election:

Saturday, February 20, 2016 through Saturday, February 27, 2016 – Closed Sunday, February 21, 2016.

Open 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily at the Registrar of Voters office at 525 Marshall Street, Suite 103 across from the Caddo Parish Courthouse at the corner of Marshall and Milam Streets in downtown Shreveport.

2016 Canvass of Addresses

The annual canvass of registered voters’ addresses has begun.  This is a yearly audit of registered voters’ addresses to confirm whether or not they are correct.

The canvass affects all voters who are inactive, and voters who are active but have entered a change of address through the post office based on information from the Secretary of State through the National Change of Address Center.

If you are affected by the canvass, you will receive an Address Confirmation Card in the mail from the Secretary of State’s office.  When opened, the Address Confirmation Card looks like the images below:


Make sure you mail the Address Confirmation Card back to the Registrar of Voters office. 

Please fill out the card if:

  • The address is incorrect and you have moved to a new address within Caddo Parish.
  • The address is incorrect and you have moved to a different parish or out of state.
  • The address is correct and you still live at that address.

Please make a note on the card and send it back to the Registrar of Voters office if:

  • The person on the card does not live at that address anymore.
  • The person on the card is deceased.

lease enter the address where you receive Homestead Exemption, if you receive it at all.  If you live in an apartment or a rental and do not have a Homestead Exemption, you still need to enter your address in the top area.  The section marked “The address where I receive my mail, if different, is:” is ONLY for a P.O. Box or if you are receiving your mail at an address other than where you live.  Please make sure you sign the card at the bottom.

If you do not send the card back, we cannot make changes and you may not realize that the Post Office has changed your address.  You will be issued a new voter ID card from the state, which may affect your precinct and where you go to vote, causing you a delay at the polls because you will have to fill out a Change of Address form at the polls.