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  Voters approve MovEBR tax proposal

The plan will fund nearly 70 projects in the capital region.

Congressman Ralph Abraham enters Louisiana governor’s race; Edwards responds

Congressman Ralph Abraham enters Louisiana governor’s race

Road tax plan set to face final challenge in weekend election

MoveBR vote in less than a week, Zachary mayor says ‘It has to pass’

Early voting for Dec. 8 election ends Saturday

Democratic candidate for La. secretary of state to tour state ahead of runoff

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New trial for ex-Louisiana councilwoman in election theft

  Judge voids results of Maringouin mayoral election

Fired because of politics?

La. midterm turnout projected to surpass number in 2015 gubernatorial election

Voters of Central speak loud and clear

Collins-Greenup speaks after surprise secretary of state results

  ELECTION DAY 2018: Results from Louisiana

Tuesday, November 6 is Election Day 2018.

What happened to the ‘I Voted’ stickers?

Voters across the state are feeling naked Tuesday after walking out of their precincts without an ‘I Voted’ sticker. The Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) says it did not budget for the stickers this year.

Parishes expected to decide on fantasy sports betting

A yes vote on the initiative would eventually allow residents in that parish to make online bets on fantasy sports. A no vote would continue to prevent residents from using fantasy betting apps like Fanduel and Draftkings when it comes to fantasy sports.

How to report suspected voter fraud

The United States Attorney’s Office, the FBI, and the Department of Justice say they all stand ready to review and investigate any allegations of voter fraud in Tuesday’s general election.

What you need to know for Election Day

LSU hosts secretary of state candidate forum

Lyft to offer half off rides on Election Day

SU to host voter education rallies Oct. 30 and 31

Gov. Edwards starts economic development mission in Israel

Baton Rouge churches busing ‘souls to the polls’

Running for Louisiana governor? Kennedy to say before Dec. 1

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy says he'll announce whether he's entering the Louisiana governor's race before Dec. 1, ending persistent speculation about his 2019 election intentions

Campaign 2018: Parish-by-Parish early voting locations

Early voting starts Tuesday with all six congressional seats up for grabs.

Secretary of state race not drawing voters' attention, analyst says

The secretary of state’s race has been quiet.

Constitutional amendment would ensure transportation dollars do not go to state police

A proposed constitutional amendment would prevent state lawmakers from diverting money in the Transportation Trust Fund to Louisiana State Police (LSP) for traffic control purposes.

How to register to vote in Louisiana

The deadline is Oct. 16.

La. secretary of state to make sure emergency personnel responding to Michael can still vote

Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin is taking action in Louisiana to make sure first responders can exercise their right to vote due to their absence in response to Hurricane Michael.

Louisiana’s lucrative voting machine contract award canceled

Louisiana is voiding a multimillion-dollar contract award to replace state voting machines, after a key official in Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration found flaws in the vendor selection

Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus urges residents to vote to amend non-unanimous jury verdict law

The Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus (LLBC) released a statement Monday against “every vestige of discrimination in the law.”

Secretary of state candidates take positions on cyber security, sexual misconduct at Press Club

With less than a month left before election day on November 6, five secretary of state candidates explained how they will secure your vote to the Baton Rouge Press Club Monday.

La. secretary of state warns residents of voter registration scam

Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin is warning voters to be wary of who they discuss their private information with in light of a voter registration scam that has surfaced this week.

Independent Party now officially recognized in Louisiana

In 2018, a revised statute officially recognized the Independent Party of Louisiana as a state affiliate of the national organization, reports the League of Women Voters of Louisiana (LWV).

LSU Geaux Vote registers hundreds of students to vote

LSU students working to encourage political engagement registered more than 300 other students to vote Tuesday in honor of National Voter Registration Day.

Voter Registration Week set for Sept. 24 - 28

The Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office reported it is hosting Voter Registration Week activities September 24 through September 28 aimed at registering eligible citizens to vote.