Polling locations and information for EBR early voters
BATON ROUGE - The early voting period for the Nov. 4 election continues through the weekend as some Baton Rouge voters will surely use the open polls to make their voice heard.
On Friday and Saturday, early voting locations in the Capital City will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. with voting closed on Sunday. The early voting period continues until Tuesday, Oct. 28.
A full list of early voting locations can be found on the Secretary of State's website by clicking here. Early voters in East Baton Rouge Parish can use the following polling stations:
Louisiana State Archives
3851 Essen Lane
222 St. Louis St., Room #201
Court Plaza Building
10500 Coursey Blvd., Room #203
Moter Vehicle Building (Baker)
2250 Main St.
Voters should bring their government-issued photo ID to the polls. Accepted identification forms include Louisiana state driver's licenses, military IDs, passports or Louisiana identification cards. Louisiana identification cards can be obtained for free from the Office of Motor Vehicles.
14 constitutional amendments are on the ballot in the upcoming election. To learn more about the amendments, the state Public Affairs Research Council has prepared a non-partisan guide to the amendments that can be downloaded by clicking here. More information about early voting and voting on Nov. 4 is available on the Louisiana Secretary of State's GeauxVote website.
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