NEW ORLEANS — If you're looking for information you'll need to get ready for the November election, this is a good place to start.
Am I registered to vote?
It's too late to register to vote in Louisiana in time to vote in the December Election.
To check if you are registered to vote in Louisiana, start here.
How do I register to vote?
In Louisiana, residents who meet the above requirements can register to vote in person, by mail or online. The deadline to register to vote in the November election depends on how you plan to register. The key deadlines are below.
To participate in any election in Louisiana, people registering to vote using the state's GeauxVote Online Registration System with a Louisiana driver's license or special ID card have up until 20 days before the election to register, and that date is Oct. 13.
What's on the ballot?
In Louisiana, residents will cast their votes for candidates in several local races and a couple of statewide ones as well.
Voters do not have to be registered to a specific party to vote in either election.
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The Associated Press and information from the Louisiana Secretary of State's Office contributed to this report.