There are 1,264 voters in Natchitoches Parish on the list of Inactive Voters published today by Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin’s office.
That represents about five percent of the parish’s 23,914 registered voters.
The bulk of those individuals, almost 75 percent, are listed as having City of Natchitoches addresses. In some cases, the mailing address may not be within the city limits of that town, but their address is based on the mail delivery address. That’s why there are 14 people on the list who live in Natchitoches Parish but have a Coushatta mailing address. The same is true for 24 Natchitoches Parish voters with a Saline address.
The list, according to the Secretary of State’s office, is of inactive voters because of a number of reasons. During the annual canvass, an individual’s registration address might not be verified by the parish registrar of voters or the address on file has been returned undeliverable.
Natchitoches had 945 names on the list while Campti and Robeline had 73 and 70 respectively. The number of voters on the inactive list from Natchez, Saline, Goldonna, Cloutierville, Marthaville, Coushatta and Provencal ranged from 11 to 31 voters.
Having less than 10 names on the inactive list were Mora, Melrose, Ashland, Chopin, Gorum, Lena, Derry and Bermuda.
If your address, where you reside or receive your mail, has changed from when you registered to vote or last changed your voter’s registration record, you should update your registration record online at www.GeauxVote.com. You may also change it by mail or in person at the Registrar of Voters office.
If you have not change your address, you are currently eligible to vote but will be required to confirm your address when voting. If you do not confirm our address and you do not vote in any election between the time your name was added to the list and the day after the second regularly scheduled general election for federal office, your name may be removed from the voter registration list.
A list of inactive voters is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, online at: www.GeauxVote.com.