Caddo Voter Annual Canvass May 2018

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 […]

November 6, 2018 Election

Important dates for the November 6, 2018 Federal Election: Qualifying for Candidates: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 – Friday, July 20, 2018 Local offices qualify with the Caddo Parish Clerk of Court. Call 226-6788 for dates, times, and fees. Federal offices qualify with the Louisiana Secretary of State.  Call 225-922-0900 for dates, times, and fees. Early […]

April 28, 2018 Election

The next election in Caddo Parish is Saturday, April 28, 2018. This is NOT a parishwide election. The ballot includes six propositions for the City of Shreveport ONLY. Only voters registered within the City of Shreveport are eligible to vote on the propositions.  Click here to see a list of precincts within the City of […]

Notice of Polling Place Changes – 001, 041, 045, 074, and 111

Precincts 001 and 074 have moved to Southern University at Shreveport, 3050 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Shreveport, LA 71107 from Northside Elementary School, 1950 Northside Road, Shreveport, LA 71107. Precincts 041 and 045 have moved to Judson Fundamental Magnet Elementary School, 3809 Judson Street, Shreveport, LA 71109 from Lakeshore Elementary School, 1807 San Jacinto, […]

March 24, 2018 Election

The next election in Caddo Parish is Saturday, March 24, 2018. This is NOT a parishwide election. The ballot includes one proposition for Fire District #3 ONLY. Only voters registered within Fire District #3 are eligible to vote on the proposition.  Click here to see the text of the Fire District #3 proposition.   Click here […]

Out of State Comparison

The Out of State Comparison, conducted by the Louisiana Secretary of State’s office, is underway during the spring months. Voters who may have registered to vote in another state or moved to Louisiana from another state may receive notices from the Secretary of State’s office.  The notices prompt voters to either (1) cancel the voter […]