Dominic Massa / Eyewitness News
Early voting begins Saturday for May 4 elections, with the future of the Crescent City Connection tolls once again on the ballot in Orleans, Jefferson and Plaquemines parishes.
Locally, there are also runoffs for an Orleans Juvenile Court seat and a Jefferson Parish judgeship on the ballot, as well as several tax millage renewals in Jefferson Parish, a Westwego mayor and council runoff and St. Charles Parish council district runoff.
The CCC tolls issue will most likely get the most attention from voters.This second election for the bridge tolls issue was called for after a judge nullified the Nov. 6 election results, in which voters renewed the tolls by a razor-thin margin of 36 votes, which were challenged in court because of alleged voting irregularities.
Voters in Orleans, Jefferson and Plaquemines Parish only will decide whether tolls on the bridge should be renewed for another 20 years.Since Judge William Morvant called for the new election, tolls on the bridge have been suspended.
For a look at other local items on theMay 4 ballot, click here.
Early voting runs April 20 thru April 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, except Sunday.
In Orleans Parish, early voting is being offered at three locations: the Registrar of Voters Office in City Hall, the Algiers Courthouse, and the Voting Machine Warehouse, 8870 Chef Menteur Highway.
Jefferson Parish early voting locations are: the Joseph S. Yenni Building, 1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Suite 502, Harahan; 5001 Westbank Expressway, Suite C-2, Marrero; 408 Minor St., Kenner;
Grand Isle Community Center, 3211 La. Highway 1, Grand Isle.
Plaquemines Parish early voting locations are: 28028 Highway 23, Room 107, Port Sulphur; and the Belle Chasse Library, 8442 Highway 23.
For locations in other parishes, click here.