Open General/Congressional/Republican State Central Committee (RSCC) Election Day Tomorrow

Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020 is voting day for Open General/Congressional/RSCC Election. Polls open at 7 AM and close at 8 PM. All voters in line at 8 PM have the right to vote.

Get Prepared and Geaux Vote!
Be prepared to show a photo identification card with your photo and signature or a United States military identification card that contains your name and picture when voting. If you do not have a photo ID, you may obtain a free Louisiana special identification card by presenting your voter registration information card to the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) or you may vote by affidavit after correctly answering identifying information before voting.

 If you have misplaced your voter information card, contact the Winn Parish Registrar of Voters office located at 119 W. Main St. #105 Winnfield, LA 71483 (318) 628-6133 for a new one or print your own by logging into the Louisiana Voter Portal as a voter. Click the ‘Voter Registration’ tab at the top then click the ‘Print Voter Information’ link located on the ribbon on the left-hand side.

Should any problems or questions arise, the principal office of the Winn Parish Registrar of Voters will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on all Saturday.

Never wear any campaign shirt, hat, and button or pin when voting. All polling places have a 600 foot campaign free zone.

Where to Vote
Use the Louisiana Voter Portal to find where you vote on election day, or call Winn Parish Registrar of Voters office at (318) 628-6133. Your voter information card received by mail lists your polling place. Please pay special attention to make sure you go to the correct polling place.

Winn Parish Ballot:

U. S. Representative — 5th Congressional District
Runs in multiple parishes
Lance Harris (REP)
Luke J. Letlow (REP) 

Constable — Justice of the Peace Ward 11
Brian Scott Jordan (REP)
Mitchell Miles (REP)

RSCC Member — 29th Senatorial District, Division A
Runs in multiple parishes
 
Shannon Frank Reeves, Sr. (REP)
Franz Holton Robinson (REP)
 

RSCC Member — 31st Senatorial District, Division C
Runs in multiple parishes

Jack G. McFarland (REP)
“Rick” Nowlin (REP)
 
 
RSCC Member — 35th Senatorial District, Division H
Runs in multiple parishes
 
“Sam” Brimer (REP)
Jimmy Waggoner (REP)
 
 
 
CA NO. 1 (ACT 10, 2nd ES – SB 44) — Allows out-of-state resident to serve on a public postsecondary education board of supervisors
Runs in multiple parishes
 
Present Constitution-provides that the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System, the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, and the Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College shall be composed of fifteen members. Two members shall be from each congressional district and the remaining member or members shall be from the state at large, appointed by the governor with consent of the Senate.
 
Present Constitution- provides that the Board of Supervisors of Community and Technical Colleges shall be composed of fifteen members appointed by the governor, as provided by law. In addition, the board shall have two student members as provided by law. All members selected and appointed by the governor shall be appointed with the consent of the Senate. Of those members selected and appointed by the governor, there shall be two members from each congressional district and the remaining member or members from the state at large. The board should be representative of the state’s population by race and gender to ensure diversity.
 
Proposed Constitutional Amendment provides-that when there is more than one at-large member on the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System, the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, the Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, or the Community and Technical Colleges, at least one at-large member shall be a resident of the state, and upon recommendation of the board, the governor may appoint persons who reside out-of-state as the remaining at-large member or members.
 
 
 
PW Law Enforcement Dist. — 9.40 Mills Renewal – Sheriff – 10 Yrs.
Shall the Law Enforcement District of the Parish of Winn, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy and collect a tax of nine and forty hundredths (9.40) mills tax (the “Tax”) on all the property subject to taxation in the District (an estimated $668,340 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the Tax for an entire year) for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2021 and ending with the year 2030, with the avails or proceeds of the Tax to be used to continue to fund the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office?
 
 

Winn Parish Early Voting Results

Total VotesIn PersonAbsentee (Mail)
45335994
DemocratRepublicanOther
15022776
WhiteBlackOther
399531
MaleFemale
202251

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