The Clerk of Court is the Chief Elections Officer for Lafourche Parish, the Custodian of Voting Machines and a member of the Board of Election Supervisors. The Clerk and her staff have many election responsibilities including qualifying local and municipal candidates, conducting commissioner certification and training and coordinating and administering all elections in Lafourche Parish and the tabulation of votes.
- Open Primary/Congressional/Open General/Congressional Elections
- Qualifications for Candidates
- Candidate Information: The Clerk of Court qualifies candidates for local and municipal elections. For information about qualifying as a candidate for an election , click here.
To find out where to vote contact the Registrar of Voters at (985) 447-3256
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The Clerk of Court is responsible for recruiting, training and providing certified election commissioners for each election in Lafourche Parish. Election commissioners are a vital part in enabling our citizens to exercise their right to vote.
The basic qualifications to serve as an election commissioner is as follows:
- Be a qualified voter who is not marked for assistance and who does not require the use of the audio ballot in voting;
- Not be a candidate in the election;
- Not have been convicted of an election offense
For more information on serving contact Tara Ledet in the elections department at 985-447-4841.
Serving on election day pays!
- Commissioner-In-Charge can earn $250.00
- Commissioners can earn $200.00
Watch the Commissioner Training Video from the Louisiana Secretary of State here.