Early voting ends Saturday for April 24 election

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SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Early voting ends Saturday in Louisiana for the April 24 elections.

Voters in northwest Louisiana will decide on a number of propositions and the runoff election in the BESE District 4 race.

Democrat Dr. Cassie Williams Republican Michael Melerine are facing off for the vacant BESE District 4 seat.

The BESE District 4 seat represents ten parishes in Northwest Louisiana, including Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, De Soto, Natchitoches, Red River, Sabine, Vernon, Webster, and Winn.

Voters in Bossier, DeSoto and Sabine Parishes are also voting on tax propositions.

Click here for the Bossier Parish proposition for Police Jury District 1.

Click here for the Bossier Parish proposition for Police Jury District 2.

Click here for the Bossier Parish proposition for Police Jury District 3.

Click here for the Bossier Parish proposition for Police Jury District 4.

Click here for the Bossier Parish proposition for Police Jury District 5.

Click here for the DeSoto Parish proposition.

Click here for the Sabine Parish proposition.

South Louisiana voters will also decide the runoff race for the final Congressional seat in the state.

The 2nd District seat represents a district centered in New Orleans and extending up the Mississippi River into Baton Rouge. Two Democratic state senators from New Orleans are in the runoff: Troy Carter and Karen Carter Peterson.

Residents are asked to bring their ID with them when they go to vote.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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