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Vote By Mail

How do I vote by mail?

You may vote by mail if you will be absent during early voting and election day, if you are in the military, an overseas citizen, a person with a disability, a senior citizen, a student, or if you qualify under one of the 12 reasons allowed in Louisiana to vote by mail.

Review all 12 reasons to vote by mail at www.GeauxVote.com under Vote by Mail. You can download and print an application, or apply online.

65 and Over program or Disability Program

Vote by mail automatically for all elections if you are a person with a disability or a senior citizen. Complete the application form and mark Option No. 2 and mail the form to the Registrar of Voters office or apply online at voterportal.sos.la.gov and choose Request Absentee Ballot. Proof of disability is required when initially applying for an automatic mail ballot for reason of disability.

You will remain in the automatic mail ballot program until such time that a ballot is returned to the Registrar of Voters office as undeliverable or you request to be removed from the program.

Be sure to return your voted mail ballot to the Registrar of Voters office.

The deadline for receipt of your voted mail ballot by the Registrar of Voters office is 4:30 PM the day before election day, except for military and overseas citizens, who have until election day.

Registrar of Voters Offices

Amite Office

Amite Courthouse
110 North Bay Street
Suite 103
Amite, LA 70422
(985) 748-3215 phone
(985) 748-3839 fax

hammond Office

Tangipahoa Parish Gov. Building
15475 Club Deluxe Road
Hammond, LA 70403
(985) 345-3717 phone
(985) 902-7544 fax

mailing address

Registrar of Voters Office
P.O. Box 895
Amite, LA 70422


Registrar of Voters
Andi L. Matheu