Elelction News

Our office is responsible for collecting and tallying the votes for every election in the parish. We have a few links available to assist you, to-wit;

For the next election, please click on the election schedule below.  Closer to the election you will be able to click here to access the Louisiana Voter Portal for a sample ballot.

Election Schedule - Official schedule is available, subject to change by the legislature.

Polling Locations - Complete list of all polling locations in the parish.

GeauxVote – LA Secretary of State clearinghouse for all elections-related information, from elections and voter registration information to statistics and educational materials.

Louisiana Voter Portal – LA Secretary of State informational page to assist citizens with obtaining their personal or parish voting information.

Commissioners - If you are interested in becoming a commissioner, contact our office. You must be a registered voter in Beauregard Parish and be at least 17 years of age, enrolled in a high school or home school program at the twelfth grade level. You must take and pass an open book test that is given at the school. The class will last approximately 2 hours. If you pass the test, you will be given a certificate at the end of the class. This certificate will be valid until the expiration of the term of the current Clerk of Court. Commissioners are paid for each election they work.



The Clerk of Court staff are trained professionals; however, they are prohibited from giving any legal advice. Information regarding legal procedures may be obtained in any law library or by contacting an area attorney.

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