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Early Voting Information for the October 14 Primary Election

Thursday September 07, 2023 02:06 pm - 237 Views - Posted By Terrebonne Registrar of Voters
Early Voting Information for the October 14 Primary Election

The Gubernatorial Primary Election is on October 14, 2023. This is a parish-wide election.

Voter Registration Deadline (in person or by mail) September 13
Voter Registration Deadline (online at September 23
Early Voting (at ROV office)  September 30 - October 7 
(Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed Sundays)                                            
Election Day Hours (polls open/close) 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The parking lots surrounding Government Tower will temporarily be altered to accommodate early voting. The parking lot entrance at Gabasse Street will be closed. Voters can enter the parking lot from Barrow Street or from Main Street. The parking lot exit at Gabasse Street will remain open for traffic.

Parking closest to the Registrar’s Office will be used as handicapped parking, and the parking lot closest to St. Matthew’s will be used for early parking voting. Additional parking will be available adjacent to Government Tower. Visitors must enter the Registrar of Voters Office from the Gabasse Street entrance.

Other helpful information:

Sample ballots: View sample ballots online at or on your smart phone using the Geaux Vote app. The Registrar of Voters will have sample ballots posted for viewing as well. 

Current registration status: The Geaux Vote smart phone app will have your current registration information and polling location. You can also visit the Registrar of Voters Office to verify your status. Any change to your registration must be done by the deadlines above. 

Important: Upon entering to vote, voters should be fully prepared to vote and ready to provide picture identification

Mail ballot requests: There are many reasons a voter may qualify for a mail ballot. Go to for more information. 

Notes from the Registrar:
This was a redistricting year. Some voters in the parish changed State Senate District, State Representative District, and/or Council District. 

All voters that were affected by a district or precinct change were mailed new voter ID cards to inform them of the change.

Voters must view their sample ballots to be prepared to vote before entering the booth. 

Additional Information


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