Louisiana Election Information

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Louisiana’s Primary Election is this Saturday

Election Day is quickly approaching and as the gun control debate rages in D.C., along with many states across the country, it is clear that there has never been a more important time to elect pro-gun candidates.

With the Governor’s Office, State Legislature, and many other statewide and local offices up for grabs this election cycle, Louisiana has the opportunity to make a big push for liberty and our Second Amendment rights.

All we have to do is go out and vote!

When and Where to Vote

Saturday, October 12th is Primary Election Day. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. To find your Election Day voting location, click here.

Early Voting for the general election is November 2nd through November 9th (except Sunday, November 3rd), from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Early voting locations can be found here.

(If you are not registered to vote there is still time to do so for the general election. The deadline to register is October 16th. Click here for information on how to register to vote.)

Saturday, November 16th is General Election day. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. To find your Election Day voting location, click here.

Who to Vote for

The first step in knowing who to vote for is knowing who is on the ballot. To find a sample ballot specific to you, click here.

The next step is to figure out who to vote for. To help with this question GOA has prepared and distributed a Candidate Survey to candidates in the Governor’s race, as wells as numerous Louisiana House and Senate races we have been keeping a close eye on.

As candidates return their completed survey, the responses are scored and results added to our scorecards which you can find House candidates here, Gubernatorial candidates here, and Senate candidates here. (We will update the scorecards as often as possible as candidate responses continue to come in.)

For candidate information on all Louisiana races, I would suggest checking out the Louisiana Family Forum’s Louisiana Voters Guide.

The final step is to make sure you, your friends and family, and all gun owners you know, go out and vote!