Elections are held as scheduled by the Office of the Secretary of State. The Washington Parish Clerk of Court is the custodian of voting machines and responsible for overseeing election day procedures. The Clerk of Court serves on the Board of Election Supervisors, along with the Registrar of Voters, a delegate from the Republican Party, a delegate from the Democratic Party, and an At-large appointed by Governor.
Election Results can be viewed on the Louisiana Secretary of State’s website. Click here to be redirected to the official webpage.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I become a candidate?
A: In order to become a candidate in an election you must qualify for the office you are seeking. Click here to learn about qualifying.
Q: Where do I vote?
A: If you do not know your assigned place of voting, you can call the Registrar of Voters at (985)839-7850 or click here to visit the Secretary of State website where you can download the app. We also have more information here.
Q: What is on the ballot?
A: A sample ballot becomes available approximately three (3) weeks prior to an election. Click here to learn more about the ballot.