We're in the heart of the 2019 Vote and there's no time like the present to make sure you are prepared to make the right decision for you and your family. KTBS 3 is On Your Side as Your Election Station profiling the candidates in the runoffs and issues on the ballot in the general election. It is our commitment to you. Follow the links below to learn more about the men and women who are going all in to help shape the future of Louisiana. You'll find out where they stand on the key issues. Oct. 16 is the deadline to register to vote in person. You can register online until Oct. 26. Early voting starts Nov. 2 and runs through Nov. 9. Election day is Nov 16. Stay with us throughout the election season and join us on Nov. 16 for live, team coverage as the results come in on-air, online and on mobile.

Follow one of the links below to learn more about the candidates in that race and the issues facing voters.

SHREVEPORT, La. - The Louisiana's General Election is set for Nov. 16, 2019. Voters across the state will head to the polls once again to settle some races that were left unresolved during the primary. The races to watch include runoffs in the governor's race, secretary of state, House Distr… Read more

SHREVEPORT, La. - In our final political special of this election cycle, we preview the upcoming visit to Bossier City by President Donald Trump in support of Eddie Rispone (R). Rispone faces incumbent Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) in a heated runoff election. Read more

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards accused Republican opponent Eddie Rispone of refusing to tell Louisiana's voters what he'd do as governor, while Rispone repeatedly invoked his support for Donald Trump, as the two contenders tangled Wednesday in a head-to-head debate ahead of th… Read more

As the race for the Louisiana governor's office is narrows down, the remaining candidates have wasted no time churning out new televised attack ads. This Truth Test examines a spot paid for by Democrat John Bel Edwards' campaign. Read more

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — In a policy-focused second TV debate, Gov. John Bel Edwards and his Republican challengers Thursday drew starkly different pictures of Louisiana's economic and fiscal health, taking some new digs at each other in their final clash ahead of early voting. Read more

SHREVEPORT, La. - As we inch closer to election day, we're learning more about the candidates in an effort to help you make informed decisions. KTBS 3 News is On Your Side and your Election Station for the 2019 Vote. Read more