Early vote for equality.


Early voting for Fall 2017 elections begins Saturday, September 30th and concludes Saturday, October 7th. Election Day is Saturday, October 14th.

Forum for Equality PAC interviews candidates and our membership votes to support those who are committed to advancing equality and good government.

Special Note from Forum for Equality PAC: We are proud to endorse Seth Bloom for New Orleans City Council – District B. Seth has previously received Forum for Equality PAC’s endorsement during his two terms on the Orleans Parish School Board where he was the first openly gay person to win a competitive election in the State of Louisiana. In his service to representing District 5 on the OPSB, he enacted LGBTQ protections for students of Orleans Parish and co-founded the Friends of Travis Hill School to support incarcerated youth. With a strong foundation to represent the good people of District B, we fully endorse Seth Bloom for City Council. We believe he will lead New Orleans with a commitment to solving the problems that stand before us and moving our great city forward.

We have has also made the following endorsements in the upcoming election. Please support and vote for the following candidates:

Mayor of New Orleans: LaToya Cantrell OR Desiree Charbonnet

New Orleans City Council – At-Large 1: Joe Bouie OR Helena Moreno

New Orleans City Council – At-Large 2: Jason Williams

New Orleans City Council District A: Joe Giarrusso III

New Orleans City Council District B: Seth Bloom

New Orleans City Council District C: Kristin Gisleson Palmer

New Orleans City Council District D: Jared Brossett

New Orleans City Council District E: James Gray II

La. 4th Circuit Court of Appeal: Tiffany Chase

Orleans Civil District Court, Div. J: Omar Mason

Orleans Parish Coroner: Dr. Jeffrey Rouse

For information on voting, locations and election ballots, please visit the Secretary of State website for election information.

If you are interested in becoming involved in Forum for Equality and our endorsement process, please become a member today.

About Forum For Equality

The Forum For Equality is a statewide human rights organization dedicated to the establishment of a society free from discrimination and to the support of good government. We believe that the fastest and most efficient way to achieve these goals is to educate our communities and to constructively participate in the political process.
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