Elections are held as scheduled by the Office of the Secretary of State. The Assumption
Parish Clerk of Court’s office is responsible for tabulating votes on election night. We also conduct schools to become a commissioner. To become a certified commissioner, you
must attend a class and have the following qualifications:
- You must be a registered voter of Assumption Parish, 17 yrs.old and in the 12th grade
- 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.
Pay for a commissioner is $200.00 and for a commissioner in charge is $250.00 if you
attend prior to election schools.
A new commissioner school is held at least once a year. A commissioner-in-
charge school is held once a year in December. At the end of a four year
term of the Clerk of Court, everyone must be re-certified. To become a CIC
your must have served as a commissioner in at least two (2) elections during
the past four years. The CIC is responsible for all the duties and for all
commissioners in his/her precinct including delivering the votes to the
Clerk of Court on election night.
If you wish to become a commissioner, click here to contact Darlene Landry
or call (985) 369-6653 with your name, address, and phone number.