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Two women in front of red, white and blue LWVLA banner

LWVLA Qualifying

LWV members at Secretary of State's office during qualifying for November 6, 2018 election

Woman in Red jacket at microphone

New Orleans

President Rosalind Cook Conducts the 2018 LWVNO annual meeting

New Orleans

Make Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

ALERT!  DUE TO HEAVY WEBSITE TRAFFIC, THE ACCESS TO THE CANDIDATE DATA MAY NOT COME UP!  PLEASE KEEP TRYING.   

  

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NOVEMBER 6TH AND DECEMBER 8TH ELECTIONS CAN BE FOUND UNDER "ELECTIONS" IN THE MENU

Candidate information for the November 6 election is now available. This information is unedited and submitted by the individual candidates. You will read their biographical information and answers to questions.  All the candidates that have qualified for the Orleans election are now posted. Click here to access.

Six Louisiana State Constitutional amendments will be on the November 6th ballot.  Access ELECTIONS on the menu to find the link to the official text. You will also find the League's analysis of the constitutional amendments as well as a link to PAR's analysis.

CANDIDATE FORUM, OCTOBER 10 -- 6:00 PM, DILLARD UNIVERSITY

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IN-STATE OR OUT-OF-STATE COLLEGE STUDENT NEEDING VOTING OR REGISTRATION INFORMATION.  FIND IT HERE.

 

INFORMATION FOR VOTERS REGISTERED AS INDEPENDENT