Where Do You Vote in Lake Charles?
With the Lake Area being torn to shreds after two hurricanes, your normal voting location is not where you will end up casting your vote. There are three larger voting locations for this year's election that have been put in place. As a reminder, in order to vote, you must have a valid ID or driver's license with you. If you need info on your poling location, you can use GeauxVote.com or the Geaux Vote mobile app.
- If you normally vote at the following locations, your voting place for 2020 will be at Eastwood Pentecostal Church at 2501 Opelousas Street, Lake Charles:
Molo Middle School, Washington Marion High School, Ralph Watson Elementary, Allen P. August Annex, Jessie D. Clifton Elem, Ward Three Fire Protection Distr. Two
- If you normally vote at the following locations, you will be voting at the Lake Charles Civic Center, 900 Lake Shore Drive.
Chateau du Lac, Drew Park, CPSB Instruction Office, Freman-Reynaud YMCA, Carnegie Memorial Library, Pearl Watson Elem, CPSB Rosteet Annex, JFK Elem, St. Louis Highschool, Lake Charles Boston, Barbe Elem, T.S. Cooley, St. Margaret School, T.H. Watkins Elem, Oak Park Middle, Calcasieu Parish Public Works East Maint Facilit
- If you normally vote at the following locations, you will be voting at Burton Coliseum.
Fariview Elem, Prien Lake Elem, College Oaks Elem, Henry Heights Elem, Brentwood Elem, Burton Hall, S.J. Welsh Middle, Gayle Hall McNeese, A.A. Nelson, Dolby Elem, Positive Connections, Prien Lake Park Pavillion, St. John Elem, M.J. Kaufman Elem, Calcaiseu Ag Services
Polls open at 6:00am and close at 8:00pm. If you are in line to vote by 8:00pm, you will be allowed to vote.