Interested in being involved in the elections process? Become a commissioner! Details below.
NEW ELECTIONS COMMISSIONER CLASS
OCTOBER 4, 2016 AT 6 PM IN THE ARCADIA COURTHOUSE CONFERENCE ROOM.
Must meet the following qualifications to serve as a commissioner:
1. Be able to vote without assistance.
2. Cannot be a candidate for election.
3. You may be selected to serve in ANY precinct of the district in which you are registered to vote.
4. Not be convicted of an election offense.
5. Must not be a law enforcement officer.
GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION
The Clerk of Court is the Chief Elections Officer in the Parish. As such, he serves as a member of the Parish Board of Election Supervisors. The Clerk is responsible for training all election commissioners and seeing that all precincts are staffed sufficiently for every election. When commissioners have been certified by the Clerk, the Board of Election Supervisors selects those who will serve during elections.
The Bienville Parish Board of Election Supervisors includes the following representatives:
Jim Martin - Clerk of Court, President
Paula Stewart - Registrar of Voters
Kathy Sims - Representative of parish Republican Party
Roy Lilly - Representative of parish Democratic Party
Louria D. Jefferson - Appointee of the Governor
Election Commissioners and Commissioners-In-Charge are selected in accordance with Louisiana Law by the Parish Board of Election Supervisors.
Date and time of certification classes will be posted on our calendar page.