Election 2020

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Virus didn’t affect early voting

There were 830 early votes cast in St. Landry Parish when it ended on Saturday.
That compares to 1,101 votes cast in the 2016 presidential primary.
Cheryl Milburn, parish registrar of voters, thought the turnout was good and didn’t believe the virus situation kept voters away.
Early voting was held June 30 to July 4.
The difference in this year’s presidential and the one in 2016 is the candidates had already won their party nominations this year by the time Louisiana voted.

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Three days left for early voting

St. Landry Parish voters have three more days of early voting, which ends Saturday.
At the end of voting Tuesday, 1,675 votes had been cast in St. Landry Parish. Of those votes, 483 were in person and 1,192 were absentee, according to the Secretary of State’s website.
The Presidential Preference Primary is on the ballot. Only Democrats and Republicans can cast a vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.
Grand Coteau voters will decide on a millage proposition for fire protection.
Hours for voting are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Saturday.

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6 days remain for early voting

St. Landry Parish voters have six more days of early voting, which ends July 4.
At the end of voting Thursday, 1,302 votes had been cast in St. Landry Parish. Of those votes, 277 were in person and 1,025 were absentee, according to the Secretary of State’s website.
The Presidential Preference Primary is on the ballot. Only Democrats and Republicans can cast a vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.
Grand Coteau voters will decide on a millage proposition for fire protection.
Hours for voting are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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Trovette Martin, right, cleans a voting machine at the Eunice City Hall on Tuesday. Looking are other voting commissioners Cynthia Martin and Deborah Gallien.

Early voting continues at Eunice City Hall poll through July 4

St. Landry Parish voters can cast vote at the Eunice City Hall poll through July 4.
As of noon Tuesday, 44 votes had been cast at the Eunice site.
There were 1,098 total votes in St. Landry Parish at the end of Tuesday’s voting, according to the Secretary of State’s website. Of the early votes, 917 were absentee.
The Presidential Preference Primary is on the ballot. Only Democrats and Republicans can cast a vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.
Grand Coteau voters will decide on a millage proposition for fire protection.

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Early voting begins Saturday

Early voting for the July 11 election begins Saturday in Eunice and Opelousas.
Cheryl Milburn, St. Landry Parish registrar of voters, also said Saturday is the last day to register to vote online for the election at geauxvote.com.
The Presidential Preference Primary is on the ballot. Only Democrats and Republicans can cast a vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.
Grand Coteau voters will decide on a millage proposition.
Early voting continues through July 4.
Hours for voting are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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