St. Martin Parish Registrar of Voters Sue C. Thibodeaux requests that voters read the 10 proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution before going into the polling booth. The proposals will be posted on the wall outside.
The locations for early voting are the registrar’s offices in the new courthouse annex building, 415 St. Martin St., in St. Martinville, and the St. Martin Water District No. 1 building in Stephensville.
Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Voters in the parish will choose between incumbent U.S. Sen. David Vitter and challenger Charlie Melancon, a Democrat. Also Republican Jeff Landry of New Iberia and Democrat Ravi Sangisetti of Houma to replace Melancon in the 3rd Congressional District of Louisiana.
In Breaux Bridge there will be a rare runoff between two challengers for chief of police, Rollie Cantu, the former assistant chief under defeated incumbent Charlie Thibodeaux, and retired state police Sgt. P.J. Hebert.
In St. Martin School Board District 9, incumbent Floyd Knott is facing challenger J. J. Angelle.