Plaquemines Parish Clerk of Court
P.O. Box 40
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
Phone: (504) 934-6610
Fax: (504) 934-6629
Baton Rouge, LA – Wednesday, September 8, Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin announced that Governor John Bel Edwards has agreed with his recommendation to reschedule the fall 2021 elections in light of the devastation brought on by Hurricane Ida.
“I am thankful that the Governor has recognized the importance of our recommendation to move the October 9 election to November 13 and the November 13 election to December 11,” Secretary Ardoin said. “This will allow our staff and local partners more time to properly prepare for a statewide election while ensuring the integrity of our election processes and that our voters’ traditional voting habits are as undisturbed as possible.”
Further announcements including an emergency certification and election-related deadlines are forthcoming.
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The duties and responsibilities of the Clerk of Court are established by the Louisiana Constitution. Under the Constitution the Clerk serves as the Recorder of Deeds and Mortgages, Clerk of the District Court, Treasurer for the Court system, and Chief Election Officer of the parish.
The Clerk of Court's office is not funded by ad valorem taxes. The operations of the office, including the salaries and benefits of the employees, are entirely funded by the collection of fees for the services the office provides. The Louisiana Legislature statutorily establishes all fees.
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