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Endorsements - November 4th, 2014
Early Votings - October 21-28, 2014
Early Voting, In Person

When you go to cast your vote, be sure to take a driver's license, a Louisiana Special ID, or some other generally recognized picture ID.

Voting locations are open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for each day of early voting.

Oct. 21-28, 2014 is the early voting period for the Nov. 4, 2014 primary (except Sunday)

Early Voting Locations in Jefferson Parish

Joseph Yenni Building
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd. Suite 502
Harahan, LA 70123
Phone: 504-736-6191

Charles Odom Building
5001 West Bank Expressway, Suite C-2
Marrero, LA 70072
504-349-5690

408 Minor St.
Kenner, LA 70062
504-467-5168

Grand Isle Community Center*
3211 La. Highway 1
Grand Isle, LA 70358 504-349-5690

Early voting locations listed statewide

Constitutional Amendments
Amendment No. Description   Sponsor
#1 Medical trust fund and health care provider base rate   Kleckley
#2 Hospital assessment, trust fund and fee formula  Kleckley
#3 Sales of property with delinquent taxes  Berthelot
#4 Fund transfers for an infrastructure bank  St. Germain
#5 Elimination of the mandatory retirement age of judges  Edwards
#6 Higher millage cap for police and fire protection in Orleans Parish  Leger
#7 Property tax exemption for certain disabled veterans  Adley
#8 Artificial Reef Development Fund  Allain
#9 Tax exemption reporting for permanently disabled residents  Morrell
#10 Tax sale of vacant, blighted or abandoned property  P. Williams
#11 Increases the number of state departments from 20 to 21  Harrison
#12 Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission membership  Armes
#13 Orleans Lower Ninth Ward vacant property  Bishop
#14 Tax rebates, incentives and abatements  James

Do your homework! Check out these non-partisan guides for more information:

Click here for the Council for A Better Louisiana (CABL) overview of each constitutional amendment on the ballot this fall.

Click here for an overview of each amendment and recommendations from Louisiana Progress Action.

Click here to view the PAR Guide to the 2014 Constitutional Amendments for a more detailed overview of all of the constitutional amendments.

Click here to view a report from the Bureau of Governmental Research on the amendments that are specific to the New Orleans area, #6 and #13.

Click here for more information on the implications of Amendments #1 and #2 from the Louisiana Budget Project.

Click here to view a memo sent by the Louisiana Municipal Association with their stance on Amendments #3 and #10.

Please note that the Louisiana Constitution is "cluttered" with items that should not be in it. The practice of adding items to the Constitution is unnecesary.

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