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Crucial Dates and Resources for the November 18 General Election: Early Voting begins November 3

By Weekly Press News

BATON ROUGE, La. – With the November 18 general election in Louisiana rapidly approaching, it's vital for residents to stay informed about critical deadlines and available resources. The Louisiana Secretary of State's Office has provided critical information to ensure that every voice is heard in this crucial electoral event.

Voter Registration Deadlines:

  • In-person, mail, or Office of Motor Vehicles voter registration closes on Wednesday, October 18. This date is also the last opportunity for in-person changes to your voter registration.

  • For online voter registration and changes, you have until Saturday, October 28. Visit, where user-friendly online services await.

Early Voting Period: Early voting for the general election commences on Friday, November 3, and runs through Saturday, November 11. It's essential to note that early voting will not be available on Sunday, November 5, and Friday, November 10. During this period, polling stations will operate between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily.

Access Your Sample Ballot: Ensuring you're well-prepared in the voting booth. To review your sample ballot in advance, you have two convenient options.

Firstly, you can visit, where accessing your sample ballot is straightforward. Alternatively, consider downloading the Geaux Vote app onto your smartphone for those who prefer mobile convenience. This app places your sample ballot at your fingertips, making it easy to study and make informed choices when you vote.

Empower yourself with knowledge and be ready to have your say by exploring your sample ballot through these accessible platforms. In a democracy, informed voting is vital in ensuring that your voice is heard and understood.

The November 18 general election represents a significant opportunity for Louisianans to shape the future of their state. Don't miss your chance to make a difference – register, prepare, and vote on election day. Your voice counts, and your vote is your voice.

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