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 TERREBONNE PARISH CLERK OF COURT

Honorable Theresa A. Robichaux

Clerk of Court

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Our Passport office will resume accepting applications for passports effective Tuesday, October 6, 2020 by appointment onlyOnly two applicants are allowed in the office at a time and masks must be worn.  Families with more than 2 family members are allowed in the office together. 

Our Passport office is located at 415 Goode St.  Please call 985-868-7113 for an appointment.  Appointments are accepted from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, please go to www.travel.state.gov and click on U.S. Passports for more information.

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The mandatory pre-election course of instruction for ALL Commissioners in Charge/Commissioners and new Commissioners is set for October 28, 2020 at the Municipal Auditorium for 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

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Commissioner Information

At different times during the year, the Terrebonne Parish Clerk of Court's Office offers a class for the citizens of Terrebonne Parish to enroll and qualify as an Election commissioner.

If you would like to participate in the elections process as a Commissioner, please contact our Elections Department Supervisor, Nancy Boudreaux, at (985) 868-6802 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. You will be notified of the date, time, and place the next certification school is scheduled.

ELECTION COMMISSIONER QUALIFICATIONS:

In accordance with the Louisiana Revised Statutes, you must have the following qualifications to serve as a commissioner:

  1. You must be a qualified voter who is not marked for assistance in voting in the precinct register and who does not require the use of the audio ballot in voting

  2. You shall not be a candidate for election to public office or a member of the immediate family of a candidate for election to public office in the precinct in which you serve.

  3. You may be selected to serve in a precinct other than the one in which you are registered to vote.

  4. You must not have been convicted of an election offense.

  5. You must have attended a course of instruction for commissioners conducted by the current Clerk of Court, provided your correct party affiliation to the Clerk, and have received a Certificate of Instruction for such attendance.


A certified Commissioner is paid $200.00 per election worked.

COMMISSIONER-IN-CHARGE QUALIFICATIONS:

In accordance with the Louisiana Revised Statutes, you must have the following qualifications to serve as a Commissioner-in-Charge:

  1. You shall be a qualified voter in the precinct in which you serve and who is not entitled to assistance in voting.

  2. You shall not be a candidate for election to public office or a member of the immediate family of a candidate for election to public office in the precinct in which you serve.

  3. You shall not have been convicted of an election offense.

  4. You shall have successfully completed a general course of instruction for Commissioners and a course of instruction for Commissioner-in-Charge.

  5. You shall have served as a commissioner in at least two elections during the last four years.


A certified Commissioner-in-Charge is paid $250.00 per election worked. If a Commissioner-in-Charge handles more than one precinct, the pay is $300.00 per election worked.