Our Bayou Votes

Voting is one of our Constitutional rights and the opportunity for everyone to have their voices heard.

Ways to Vote:

  • Vote Early: You do not need a reason to vote early; all voters may vote early! Early voting is usually held 14 days prior to election day. Click here for more information.
  • Vote by Mail: You must be eligible to vote by mail. To see qualifications or to request a ballot Click here.
  • Vote on Election Day: Polls open at 7 A.M. and close at 8 P.M. for Saturday elections. Polls open at 6 A.M. and close at 8 P.M. for Tuesday elections. Click here for more information.

To register to vote or to make changes to your current voter record Click here

Click here to see what is on your ballot or where to vote.

Click here for Election Results.

Click here for a list of Polling Locations.

Download the Geaux Vote Mobile app on your mobile device to see where to vote or what is on your ballot by Clicking here


Upcoming Election

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2024

  • QUALIFYING DATES: JULY 17, 18, & 19, 2024 (Between 8:30 A.M. AND 4:30 P.M.)
  • Early Voting Dates: OCTOBER 18, 2024 THROUGH OCTOBER 29, 2024, NO SUNDAYS
  • In person/by mail Voter Registration Deadline: OCTOBER 07, 2024
  • Geaux Vote App. Voter Registration Deadline: OCTOBER 15, 2024

What is on the Ballot:

  • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES*
  • VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES*
  • UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE (DISTS. 1&6)*
  • PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER (DIST. 2)*
  • GREATER LAFOURCHE PORT COMMISSIONER-9 SEATS (A-I)
  • GOLDEN MEADOW
    • MAYOR
    • CHIEF OF POLICE
    • COUNCILMEN (5 SEATS)
  • LOCKPORT
    • MAYOR
    • CHIEF OF POLICE
    • COUNCIL MEMBERS (5 SEATS)
  • PROPOSITION (TAX RENEWAL): WARD 3 AND WARD 7

*QUALIFIES WITH SECRETARY OF STATE–ALL OTHERS WITH CLERK OF COURT


Lafourche Parish Voting Precinct Maps

Precinct Maps

Attention: New Service!

Our new service,  Court Date Finder assists you with finding all upcoming civil and criminal court dates for Lafourche Parish.