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.

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

LATEST NEWS

NOTICE – New Procedures

Due to the recent Covid19 pandemic, all visitors to the Registrar’s office are asked to comply with the following requirements in order to promote the health and safety of the public, as well as, staff:

  1. A hand sanitizing station is provided for use upon entry into the office.
  2. Social distancing requirements must be met.
  3. Respect and obey all directives of staff until business is accomplished
  4. Any and all documents/paperwork will be sanitized prior to being accepted by staff.

If you have additional questions or need clarification/information, please call 318-226-6891 during regular business hours.

Early Voting – July 11th Election

Caddo Parish

Early Voting – July 11th Election

Early Voting for the Saturday, July 11th election will be held at the Caddo Registrar of Voters office, 525 Marshall Street, Suite 103, at the corner of Marshall and Milam Street across from the courthouse in downtown Shreveport during the following dates and times:

Open Saturday, June 20 through Saturday, July 4

(Closed Sundays, June 21 and June 28)

8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. each day

Registered Democrats and Republicans are eligible for the Presidential Preference Primary. There is a Municipal Election for the town of Greenwood, which all voters are eligible. Voters should bring proof of identification such as a driver’s license, government ID, etc. For more information on what’s on your ballot, please visit www.caddovoter.org and click on “Am I Registered?” or “What’s on My Ballot?

You may expect adjustments in procedures to promote social distancing and safety as you arrive to cast your vote. You will also be expected to follow all guidance for personal protection and safety.

PSA – Early Voting for the July 11th Election

The July 11th election in Caddo Parish includes Presidential Preference Primary/Municipal Primary Election. The Presidential Preference Primary is for registered Democrats and Republicans. The Municipal Primary in Greenwood is opened to all parties.

Voters may visit www.caddovoter.org to register and change their party affiliation for the election. Applications are still being accepted for the Mail program. You can visit the above website and download an application.

Early Voting for the Saturday, July 11th election in Caddo Parish will be held at the Caddo Registrar of Voters office at 525 Marshall Street, Suite 103, at Marshall and Milam Streets, across from the courthouse in downtown Shreveport. Early Voting will be open Friday, June 20 through Saturday, July 4th, but closed on Sundays, June 21 and June 28. Hours are 8:30 am to 6:00 pm.

For more information, please visit www.caddovoter.org.

You may expect adjustments in procedures to promote social distancing and safety as you arrive to cast your vote. You will also be expected to follow all guidance for personal protection and safety.

April 4 Election Rescheduled

The Presidential Preference Primary and Greenwood municipal elections scheduled for April 4, 2020 have been postponed and rescheduled for June 20, 2020 by Emergency Order of Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin and Governor John B. Edwards based upon the coronavirus situation.

Early voting currently scheduled for March 21-28, will be rescheduled to coincide with the new election date. Updated scheduling and any changes in procedure will be further detailed as the information is finalized.

If you have already cast your vote by mail, your ballot will be retained and counted in the usual manner as a part of the June 20, election process.

Continue to monitor media reports and this website for updates. You may also call the Registrar of Voters office with any questions.

Dale L. Sibley
Registrar of Voters

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