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When you go to the polls to cast your vote in an election, be sure to take one of the following:

a driver's license;
a Louisiana Special ID; or
some other generally recognized picture ID that contains your name and signature.

You may get a free Louisiana Special ID at the Office of Motor Vehicles
by showing your voter registration information card.

If you have misplaced your voter registration information card, contact your registrar of voters for a new one.

Voters who have no picture ID may bring a utility bill, payroll check or government document that includes their name and address. The voter will have to sign an affidavit furnished by the Elections Division in order to vote.

Should any problems or questions arise, the principal office of the registrar of voters in each parish will be open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. on election day.

Or call David Gereighty @ 504-615-4313
Or email David Gereighty @ chairman@jpdemo.org

Please document the problem, names, times, dates...

List of Parish Registar of Voters Contact Information

Jefferson Parish Registrar of Voters: Dennis A. Dimarco

Physical Location: 1221 ELMWOOD PARK BLVD., RM 502

Mailing Address:PO BOX 10494
JEFFERSON, LA 70181-0494
Phone:(504) 736-6191
Fax:(504) 736-6197

Physical Location: 5001 WEST BANK EXPRESSWAY SUITE C-2

Mailing Address:PO BOX 2248
MARRERO, LA 70073-2248
Phone:(504) 349-5690
Fax:(504) 349-5695

Physical Location: 408 MINOR ST
KENNER, LA 70062

Mailing Address:Same as above
Phone:(504) 467-5168
Fax:(504) 469-4193

Kenner City Council Election, Sat., April 5th

ENDORSEMENT for Kenner City Council, District 1, Saturday, April 5th

Jefferson Parish Democratic Executive Committee (JPDEC) Announces Endorsement of
Ms. Dee Dunn for Kenner City Council, 1st District

The Jefferson Parish Democratic Executive Committee (JPDEC) proudly announces its endorsement of Ms. Dee Dunn for Kenner City Council, 1st District.

The First District needs a Councilwoman who knows all of its neighborhoods and wants to work through the Kenner City Council to improve the living conditions of the First District. Ms. Dunn owns and operates several businesses, including a real estate company and a trucking services company. She has volunteered extensively, including as the Chairman of the Jefferson Cops and Clergy Coalition and as Vice President of the St. Martin Benevolent Society. She has been actively involved with the community through the Lincoln Manor Civic Association, the Jefferson Parish Crime Abatement Committee, the Kenner Professional Woman’s Association Board of Directors, and the Lafreniere Park Advisory Board. If elected as the City Councilwoman for the First District, Ms. Dunn will hold regular meetings to inform the people of the First District what the City Council is doing and to hear their concerns. She will assist them in improving their neighborhoods, including eliminating trash and blight, making the playgrounds and gymnasiums accessible to the residents for longer times, and improving commerce in the area. She will support programs for the elderly, recreation and homeless plus encourage economic development for the green space in south Kenner.

“My passion lies in serving the community and I thoroughly enjoy working with people” explained Ms. Dunn.

The election is Saturday April 5th.

For further information please contact David Gereighty, Chairman Jefferson Parish Democratic Executive Committee.

CONTACT:   David Gereighty 504-615-4313 chairman@jpdec.org

Web: www.jpdemo.org

2932 Ridgeway Dr.
Metairie, LA 70002

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The Jefferson Parish Democratic Executive Committee (JPDEC) officers for 2013

Mr. David Gereighty Chairman
Ms. Dwan Hilferty 1st Vice Chairman
Mr. Adam Preveau 2nd Vice Chairman
Mr. Paul Johnson 3rd Vice Chairman
Mr. Trey Mustain Secretary
Mr. Rudy Smith Treasurer
Mr. Keith Hutchinson Sergeant At Arms
Mr. Michael Davis Archivitst