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601 N. Jefferson Avenue (70433)
Post Office Box 1090 (70434)
Covington, LA 70434

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A ST. TAMMANY ELECTION WORKER?  - For more information, CLICK HERE!

CURRENTLY CERTIFIED ST. TAMMANY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS who received a letter and want to be eligible to work the April 5, 2014 and/or May 3, 2014 elections and earn full pay must pre-register and attend a pre-election class. To pre-register, follow the directions after you CLICK HERE .

PRECINCT PREPARATION CHECKLIST - CLICK HERE  for Commissioners in Charge and Commissioners.

ELECTION NIGHT CHECKLIST - CLICK HERE  for Commissioners in Charge and Commissioners.

STATEWIDE ELECTED OFFICIALS DATABASE - search statewide, parish and local elected officials. This database includes their addresses, telephone numbers as well as the expiration date of their current term of office.

WHAT'S ON MY BALLOT? - any voter can view and print their individual ballot for an upcoming election. To get a sample ballot, simply CLICK HERE, click on sample ballot, then follow the prompts.

WHERE DO I VOTE? To find out where to vote, you can CLICK HERE or scan the QR code below. You can also call the Registrar of Voters at (985) 809-5500 or (985) 646-4125 or the Secretary of State at 1 (800) 883-2805.

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THE HONOR VETS...VOTE program honors those who have fought and sacrificed for our freedom and our sacred right to vote. Dedicate your vote by honoring those who have fought and are fighting today.

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ELECTION RETURNS - statewide as well as parish election returns are available over the web. Voters can see the returns as they come in on election night or they can conduct a search for the official election returns back to 1982. Election night results are also provided by the Clerk of Court on the Government Access Channel (Charter Cable Channel 10) as well.

FUTURE ELECTION DATES:

2014

2015

April 5, 2014
Municipal Primary


Deadline to call a special election:
January 15, 2014

Deadline for propositions:
January 15, 2014

Qualifying period:
February 12-14, 2014

March 28, 2015
Municipal Primary


Deadline to call a special election:
January 7, 2015

Deadline for propositions:
January 7, 2015

Qualifying period:
February 4-6, 2015

May 3, 2014
Municipal General

Deadline for propositions:
March 18, 2014

May 2, 2015
Municipal General

Deadline for propositions:
March 17, 2015

November 4, 2014
Open Primary/Congressional


Deadline to call a special election: July 23, 2014

Deadline for propositions:
July 23, 2014

Qualifying period:
August 20-22, 2014

October 24, 2015
Gubernatorial Primary


Deadline to call a special election: August 11, 2015

Deadline for propositions:
August 11, 2015

Qualifying period:
September 8-10, 2015

December 6, 2014
Open General/Congressional


Deadline for propositions:
October 21, 2014

November 21, 2015
Gubernatorial General


Deadline for propositions:
October 6, 2015

Note: DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY THE LEGISLATURE

CANDIDATE DATABASE - search the names, addresses, and party affiliations of persons who have qualified for or withdrawn from upcoming elections, or who ran for office in previous elections (back to 1982). This database also includes propositions and amendments but does not include any vote totals.

QUALIFYING INFORMATION - Considering running for public office?  Information is available on the qualifications needed to run for public office, the fees required and the forms that may be needed for qualifying such as a nominating petition and/or a "Notice of Candidacy" form.  The nominating petition is available from the Clerk of Court's office, and the "Notice of Candidacy" form can be downloaded from this site.  Just click on the Qualifying Information link above then click on the "Qualify for an Election" link.