2019 October election details September 26, 2019BlogJessica Hemingway Upcoming Election | Oct. 12 :: Gubernatorial PrimarySeptember 28: Early voting begins (2 days)October 5: Early voting ends (9 days)October 8: Last day to request a mail ballot (12 days)October 12: Election Day (16 days) For the Oct. 12 Gubernatorial Primary, we asked candidates (with Bossier Parish in their district) in our state House of Representatives, Senate, Bossier Parish Police Jury and 26th Judicial District Court, Division B races to fill out a questionnaire for us to share their stance on key issues with you – our members. Find their answers grouped by race at the links below: State Senator District 36 State Senator District 37 State Representative District 1 State Representative District 10 26th Judicial District Court Judge, Division B Bossier Parish Police Jury (Districts 2, 3, 4 and 6 have multiple candidates; we received responses from candidates in Districts 2, 3 and 6 and they are together in this document) Want to see a full ballot for Oct. 12? Click here!Did you know?: There are four Constitutional Amendments on the Oct. 12 ballot. Read more about those in the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana’s 2019 Guide.The Council for a Better Louisiana sent surveys to the candidates for governor and received responses from two: Congressman Ralph Abraham and Gov. John Bel Edwards. You can read those here!