Early voting for the November general election begins Tuesday, October 25.
In addition to the presidential race, there is a U.S. Senate seat up for grabs, as well as congressional elections, six constitutional amendments and a handful of local races.
All registered voters may vote early, just as if you are voting on Election Day.
Early voting will run through Nov. 1, except Sunday.
Early voting hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Remember, it's not just about the race to the White House.
There are lots of issues on the ballot including the race to replace Senator David Vitter and several congressional races. Kenner voters will elect a new mayor while people in Slidell will elect a new police chief. There are also judgeships and local races on the ballot as well. Louisianans also will weigh in on six amendments to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana.
Need to know what ID you need to vote? Click here. Below you'll find links to early voting information in Southeast Louisiana Parishes.
For information about absentee voting, tap here.
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