Early voting to begin for the November 19th Election - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Early voting to begin for the November 19th Election

EarlyVoting for the November 19th General Election will be conducted at the following locations and dates for those who would like to vote early or who will be out of the Parish on election day. 

REGISTRAR OF VOTERS OFFICE –

  • Parish Courthouse, 1000 Ryan Street – Room 7, Lake Charles
  • SATURDAY, Nov. 5th  through SATURDAY,  Nov. 12th  
  • (excluding Sun. and Fri. 11th)   
  • Voting hours are 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. 

WEST CALCASIEU BUSINESS CENTER - SULPHUR

  • 500 A N. Huntington St., Sulphur

  • SATURDAY, Nov. 5th through  SATURDAY, Nov. 12th
  •  (excluding Sun. and Fri. 11th)  

 FOR ALL CALCASIEU VOTERS

Voting hours are 8:30 A.M.  – 6:00 P.M.

MOSS BLUFF LIBRARY

  • 261 Parish Road, Moss Bluff
  • SATURDAY Nov. 5th – SATURDAY Nov. 12th
  • (excluding Sun. and Fri. 11th)            
  • Voting hours are 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.      

Items on the ballots are Runoff for State Senate 30, Runoff for Police Juror 2,

 1 Constitutional Amendment as well as a Sales Tax Proposition for the City of DeQuincy.                                             

For a complete listing or Sample Ballot, go to www.GeauxVote.com   NOTE a new app for smart phones to help citizens find where to vote, what's on their ballots and their voting districts can be found at www.GeauxVote.com 

Remember to bring photo identification.  

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