Election Day In Louisiana Is Saturday, Nov. 18 – What To Know
Louisiana's statewide General Election is on Saturday, Nov. 18. Though some races have already been decided, such as governor during the primaries. There are several major, statewide, and local races for voters to weigh in on. Some constitutional amendments will be determined on Saturday as well.
Voters across the state will be asked to consider four potential amendments to the state constitution, each requiring a majority vote at the polls to be implemented. For further explanation of the amendments, voters can see a full breakdown of each at parlouisiana.org.
Secretary of State - The Secretary of State, appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, is the President’s chief foreign affairs adviser. The Secretary carries out the President’s foreign policies through the State Department and the United States Foreign Service.
Treasurer - The State Treasurer is responsible for the receipt, custody, investment, and disbursement of public funds for the state.
Attorney General - Proposing legislation and enforcing federal and state environmental laws, representing the state and state agencies before the state and federal courts, and handling criminal appeals and serious statewide criminal prosecutions.
Many voters will see state legislators, sheriffs, school board members, clerks, and other public officials on the ballot.
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