Caddo Parish Early Voting – December 5th Election

Early Voting for the Saturday, December 5th election will be held at the Caddo Registrar of Voters office, 525 Marshall Street, Suite 103, at the corner of Marshall and Milam Streets across from the courthouse in downtown Shreveport during the following dates and times:

Open Friday, November 20 through Saturday, November 28
(Closed Sunday, November 22, Thursday, November 26, and Friday November 27th)
8:30 am – 6 pm each day

All registered voters are eligible to vote in the General Election. Voters should bring proof of identification such as driver’s license, government ID, etc. For more information on what’s on your ballot, please visit the Louisiana Voter Portal website

VOTING ABSENTEE

VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE

EARLY VOTING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Early Voting period for the November 3, 2020 election, has been increased to ten (10) days and will begin Friday, October 16th and end Tuesday, October 27, 2020. The daily hours have been increased with voting beginning at 8:00 a.m. and ending at 7:00 p.m. daily. As usual, voting will not occur on Sundays.

Early Voting shall be conducted by the Registrar of Voters at 525 Marshall Street in downtown Shreveport with previously announced health and safety precautions such as sanitizing, social distancing and protective items worn by staff.

Additionally, COVID pandemic related issues may be used as a reason for Absentee voting in the November 3, and December 5, 2020 elections. The same COVID-19 ballot request form that was used in July is now available for use. The deadline to return ballots to the Registrar’s Office is 4:30 p.m. on November 2, 2020. You may return your completed ballot at any time prior to that date.

For more information on Absentee Voting or Early Voting, you may contact our office or visit our website at Caddovoter.org; or the state’s website at Geauxvote.com

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?

THE CANVASS

VOTING BY MAIL

Frequently Asked Questions (August 2020)

  1. Will the COVID-19 form be used for the November 3 election?

    No. The COVID application was a part of the emergency order for the July/August 2020 elections. Voting by mail must be based upon the reasons that may be found on this website or GeauxVote.com.

  2. May I hand deliver my completed ballot to the Registrar’s office?

    Yes, you may.  However, ballots may only be hand delivered by the individual voting or an immediate family member who must sign an affidavit of delivery. An individual may bring up to two (2) ballots including their own.  An Immediate family member who is not voting by mail may deliver up to two (2) ballots belonging to other immediate family members and must sign upon delivery.

  3. Will there be a drop box for ballots?

    Not at this time.  The State of Louisiana has not authorized drop boxes.

  4. May I come in and pick up my ballot?

    No. Current legislation does not authorize this method. You must submit an application (hand delivery, USPS, commercial, online and fax is available).  The Registrar will then forward your ballot at the appropriate time.

  5. Can I withdraw from the Mail program?

    Yes.  After you submit a request and are enrolled in the program, you may, at any time, submit a signed letter with your name and birthdate and state that you no longer want to be on the program.  
    If you have already received your ballot, you may choose not to vote by mail.  Please contact the Registrar for additional instruction.
    If you withdraw from the Mail program, you will then vote at your normal precinct.  If your ballot has been mailed, however, you are considered to have voted.

  6. When will ballots be mailed out?

    Generally, 45 days before the election date.  For the November 3, 2020 election, ballots are expected to be received in the Registrar’s office in mid-September.  They will be mailed out shortly after receipt.
    Deadline for return to the Registrar’s office is generally 4:30p.m. the day before the election.  In this case, November 2,2020.

  7. What if I have never voted in Caddo Parish before?

    If you have not previously voted in Caddo Parish and would like to vote by mail, there are specific requirements and some limitations.  Please contact our office for details.

  8. What additional resources are available for general voter information? 

    For most questions regarding your individual registration or status, you may find Voterportal.SOS.La.Gov, very helpful.

For specific questions or issues that impact you, you may contact our local office at 318.226.6891, visit us at 525 Marshall Street in downtown Shreveport or online at Caddovoter.org. 

Early Voting – November 3rd Election

Caddo Parish

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Early Voting period for the November 3, 2020 election, has been increased to ten (10) days and will begin Friday, October 16th and end Tuesday, October 27, 2020. The daily hours have been increased with voting beginning at 8:00 a.m. and ending at 7:00 p.m. daily. As usual, voting will not occur on Sundays.

Early Voting shall be conducted by the Registrar of Voters at 525 Marshall Street in downtown Shreveport with previously announced health and safety precautions such as sanitizing, social distancing and protective items worn by staff.

Additionally, COVID pandemic related issues may be used as a reason for Absentee voting in the November 3, and December 5, 2020 elections. The same COVID-19 ballot request form that was used in July is now available for use. The deadline to return ballots to the Registrar’s Office is 4:30 p.m. on November 2, 2020. You may return your completed ballot at any time prior to that date.

For more information on Absentee Voting or Early Voting, you may contact our office or visit our website at Caddovoter.org; or the state’s website at Geauxvote.com

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?

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.