BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The Registrar of Voters Office will be conducting a voter registration drive at several locations in the parish during Voter Registration Week.

Registrar of Voters Steve Raborn is reminding residents in East Baton Rouge Parish to make sure they are registered to vote. The Registrar’s office will visit library branches during the week of Sept. 19 through Sept. 23 to help register residents to vote.

The voter registration drives will be from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. In order to register, applicants need to bring valid identification that establishes identity, age, and residency. A driver’s license will also need to be submitted.

Monday, Sept. 19:

  • Bluebonnet Regional Branch Library (9200 Bluebonnet Boulevard)
  • River Center Branch Library (250 North Boulevard)
  • Scotlandville Branch Library (7373 Scenic Highway)

Tuesday, Sept. 20:

  • Central Branch Library (11260 Joor Road)
  • Fairwood Branch Library (12910 Old Hammond Highway)
  • Zachary Branch Library (1900 Church Street)

Wednesday, Sept. 21:

  • Carver Branch Library (720 Terrace Street)
  • Delmont Gardens Branch Library (3351 Lorraine Street)
  • Main Library (7711 Goodwood Boulevard)

Thursday, Sept. 22:

  • Pride-Chaneyville Branch Library (13600 Pride-Port Hudson Road)
  • Eden Park Branch Library (5131 Greenwell Springs Road)
  • Greenwell Springs Road Regional Branch Library (11300 Greenwell Springs Road)

Friday, Sept. 23:

  • Jones Creek Regional Branch Library (6222 Jones Creek Road)
  • Baker Branch Library (3501 Groom Road)

Voters can also register online. The next election is the Open Congressional Primary Election on Nov. 8. The last day to register to vote in person for this election is Oct. 11. and the last day to register to vote online is Oct. 18.

See who’s running in the Nov. 8 election here.