Elections

Sheriff Randy Smith expected to announce decision for re-election

Former Mayor Mitch Landrieu on run for president: ‘I don’t think so,’ report says

Summit to address cost of health care, prescription drugs

JP councilman seeking council-at-large seat

Thousands of La. residents in Section 8 housing, USDA rental programs could be at risk of eviction as government shutdown continues

Cynthia Lee-Sheng announces run for JP parish president

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Gov. Edwards formally announces re-election run

La. governor has big goals for 2019; confident in re-election bid

  Gov. John Bel Edwards lays out successes and challenges for LA

Election results: Kyle Ardoin wins Secretary of State race

See live election results from general election, runoffs across the state

‘We have a race:’ Louisiana governor election heats up

Sen. John Kennedy says he will not run for governor

Sen. Kennedy makes announcement after months of speculation

Saturday last day to vote early

Saturday is the last day to vote early in Louisiana, according to the Secretary of State’s office.

Cindy Hyde-Smith wins U.S. Senate special election

The last U.S. Senate race in the country is finally over as Mississippians cast their vote in this special runoff election.

Early voting starts this weekend for Dec. 8 election

Kyle Ardoin said that early voting begins November 24, and ends on December 1.

Walmart among companies requesting refund of campaign donations to Hyde-Smith

  Trump celebrates GOP midterm victories despite loss of House to Democrats

Sports betting will now be allowed in some parishes

  Unanimous jury requirement approved

Rep. Garret Graves re-elected to 6th District seat

  Cedric Richmond comfortably holds on to 2nd District seat

  Steve Scalise re-elected as congressman of the 1st District of Louisiana

Steve Scalise has been reelected as Congressman of the First District of Louisiana.

  Election 2018: See results

See election results from your area here

  A shift in power on Capitol Hill could paralyze the Trump agenda, local pundits say

A shift in the balance of power could paralyze the president's agenda, some pundit says.

What happened to the ‘I Voted’ stickers?

Voters across the state are feeling naked Tuesday after walking out of their precincts without an ‘I Voted’ sticker. The Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) says it did not budget for the stickers this year.

  Parishes expected to decide on fantasy sports betting

A yes vote on the initiative would eventually allow residents in that parish to make online bets on fantasy sports. A no vote would continue to prevent residents from using fantasy betting apps like Fanduel and Draftkings when it comes to fantasy sports.

  High voter turnout expected in Metro area

Early voting ended last week, and according to the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office, over 307,000 votes were cast state-wide.

  Voting selfies: If a sticker just isn’t enough, it’s hit or miss if you can Instagram your vote

It's fairly split around the country as to whether your state allows selfies inside the voting booth or not.

  Voters will decide Tuesday whether unanimous jury verdicts should be required in felony convictions

Louisiana is one of only two states that allows juries to convict on a 10 to 2 vote.

How to report suspected voter fraud

The United States Attorney’s Office, the FBI, and the Department of Justice say they all stand ready to review and investigate any allegations of voter fraud in Tuesday’s general election.

  Local elections officials say all is ready for Tuesday’s balloting

Mid-term election is expected to keep La.'s congressional delegation majority Republican.

  Press conference will address new voting locations in Orleans Parish

Morrell is expected to review Tuesday’s election ballots.

  Dillard University tracks competitive US House races

Dillard University of New Orleans is doing daily tracking of the most competitive mid-term races. Its political analyst believes Louisiana is in position to have someone in House leadership regardless of which party is in control.

Today is the last day to vote early

Tuesday’s early voting hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at night.

Thousands vote early in Orleans Parish

In New Orleans alone, The Clerk of Court notes nearly 3,000 voters showed up to polls Tuesday.

  Campaign 2018: Parish-by-Parish early voting locations

Early voting starts Tuesday with all six congressional seats up for grabs.

  Louisianans to vote on unanimous jury amendment in November election

Both the democratic and republican parties of Louisiana support the bill. The District Attorney's Association does not.

Today is the last day to register to vote in LA

Louisiana residents have until midnight to register online.

Voter Registration Week set for Sept. 24 - 28

The Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office reported it is hosting Voter Registration Week activities September 24 through September 28 aimed at registering eligible citizens to vote.

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Live election results and coverage from across the state.

Candidates, voters get ready for last day of campaigning

Candidates running for office locally and statewide are making a final push to sway undecided voters.

Several voting locations moving ahead of election

There will be some polling changes in Orleans Parish for the Oct. 24 election.