Voters registered inside the City of Shreveport or Caddo Parish Commission District Two will be eligible to vote in elections on April 2, 2011. Shreveport voters will face three 20 year bond propositions that will be separate choices. A special election in Caddo Commission district two will be held to select a successor to Rose Wilson McCulloch who was elected to the Shreveport City Council. The person selected will fill out the unexpired term through January 8, 2012 in accordance with state law.
The deadline for voter registration or changes to a voter’s record is March 2, 2011. Voters may submit voter registration applications online using this website , by mail (postmarked by March 2, 2011) or in person at the Registrar of Voters office at 525 Marshall Street, Suite 103 in downtown Shreveport. Changes to a voter’s address, name or party affiliation would follow the same deadline. For more information, please call 226-6891.
The polling locations for Caddo Commission, District Two include: Northside Elementary School ( Precincts 1, 74), J.S. Clark School (Precincts 39, 71), Bilberry Park Recreation Center (41), Newton Smith School (Precincts 42,81), Lakeshore Elementary School ( Precints 45A, 45B), Pine Grove School (57), David Raines Center (Precincts 73A, 73B), Northwood High School (Precincts 106, 137), and Lakeview Baptist Church (Precincts 130,135). ALL voters who vote at these precincts will be eligible to vote in the special election for Caddo Commissioner. If they are registered within the city limits of Shreveport then, they would also be eligible to vote in the city bond election, too.
Tom Pace from “Talk of the Town” recently interviewed Caddo Parish Registrar of Voters Ernie Roberson regarding the April 2nd, 2011 election. View video below.