Early Voting – as of October 23, 2018


Natchitoches Pairsh Early Voting

As of: Tuesday 10-23-18
1 292 134 14 440 74.57%
2 46 10  0 56 9.45%
3 38  8  3 49 8.31%
4 26 14  5 45 7.67%
402 166 22 590 100%
402 166 22 590
  • As reported by the Louisiana Secretary of State.  Shows In-Person and Absentee.


Election Day is November 6, 2018

5 thoughts on “Early Voting – as of October 23, 2018

  1. I am in no way indicating support as to why the votes are broken down by race, simply attempting to shed some light as to why votes are tracked this way. If one looks at a demographic map of our area they will see patterns of specific races generally living in certain parts of the community. If one looks at district maps that were created by politicians to retain power they will notice that these maps are in line with the demographics of the community rather than split to capture an even breakout of race. Gerrymandering is a means to retain power. This is exactly why things are tracked by race, it’s definitely NOT for the greater good of the community.

  2. Really? Are we still doing this by race? Shame on you, La. Sec. of State R. Kyle Ardoin. What are we, back in the last millennia? You know what would be more informative? Knowing who voted according to age bracket. A large number of voters in their 20’s don’t vote. Or gender. Half of voters are women, right? If I were running for office, I’d want to know who I needed to win over – women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s versus men in their 60s and 70s.

  3. I AM OFFENDED THAT MY RACE WASN”T REPRESENTED IN THIS REPORT! I am half Eskimo, half Mayan, and half Eastern Oompa Loompa. And we are a force to be reckoned with! Politicians beware: Our people will impact your elections so much, you’ll be stunned!

  4. What is the purpose of tracking early voting by race? It may have some statistical value, but it has no informational value for the general public. One person, one vote

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