Chief Election Officer
The Clerk of Court is the Chief Election Officer for the parish. As such, the Clerk’s office is charged with hiring and training election commissioners, maintaining voting machines, and tabulating vote totals and providing voter information to the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office.
Elections are held as scheduled by the Louisiana Secretary of State.
How to become an election commissioner:
The Clerk of Court’s Office conducts schools on becoming an election commissioner. To become a certified commissioner, you must attend a class and have the following qualifications:
- Be a registered voter in Iberville Parish.
- You must be able to vote without assistance.
- You must not be a candidate in the election.
- You must not have been convicted of any election offense.
- New commissioner school is held once a year. At the end of a four-year term of the Clerk of Court, all commissioners must be re-certified.
- Pay for commissioners is;
- $200.00 for Commissioners
- $250.00 for Commissioners in Charge
- $300.00 for anyone in a double precinct
- If you would like to attend commissioner school or would like more information about becoming a commissioner, call the Clerk of Court’s Office at 225-687-5160.