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October 12, 2019

Unofficial October 12th Election Results

Here are the unofficial results of the October 12, 2019 election from the Louisiana Secretary of State.

STATEWIDE OFFICES AND AMENDMENTS

  • Governor: John Bel Edwards with 47% of the vote will be in a runoff with Eddie Rispone who received 27% of the vote.
  • Lieutenant Governor: Incumbent William "Billy" Nungesser with 68% of the vote defeated Willie Jones who received 32% of the vote.
  • Secretary of State: Incumbent Kyle Ardoin with 41% of the vote will be in a runoff with "Gwen" Collins-Greenup who received 34% of the vote.
  • Attorney General: Incumbent Jeff Landry with 66% of the vote defeated "Ike" Jackson, Jr. who had 34%.
  • Treasurer: John M. Schroder with 60% of the vote defeated Derrick Edwards who had 35% of the vote and Teresa Kenny who had 5%.
  • Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry: Incumbent Mike Strain with 57% of the vote is defeated his challengers and will remain in office.
  • Commissioner of Insurance: Incumben t Jim Donelon with 53% defeated his opponents and will remain in office. 
  • Constitutional Amendment 1- Tax Exemptions for Outer Continental Shelf: Defeated 47% to 53%.
  • Constitutional Amendment 2- Amend Education Excellence Fund: Approved by the voters.
  • Constitutional Amendment 3- Remedy for Unconstitutional Tax Paid: Approved by the voters 58% to 42%.
  • Constitutional Amendment 4- Allow New Orleans Property Tax Exemptions: Defeated 37% to 63%.

LOCAL OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS

  • Associate Supreme Court Justice (1st District): Will Crain with 39% is will be in a runoff with Hans Liljeberg with 32%. Scott Schlegel received 17% of the vote and Richard Ducote won 11% of the vote.
  • BESE (District 6): Ronnie Morris with 49% of the vote and Gregory Spears with 22% of the vote appears to be in a runoff.
  • 22nd District Judge (Division F): Vincent J. "Vinny" Lobello with 26% of the vote appears to be in a runoff with Harold Bartholomew, Jr. who received 19%. 
  • Washington Parish Coroner: Incumbent Rogelio A. "Roger" Casama will retain his office with 67% of the vote over Challenger John "Trey" Tucker who received 33%.
  • State Senator (12th District): Incumbent Beth Mizell with 69% is the winner over Challenger Darrell Fairburn with 31%.
  • State Representative (District 74): Larry Freiman with 82% is the winner over Cindy Winch with 18%.
  • State Representative (District 75): Incumbent Malinda Brumfield White won handily over Challenger Phillipp Bedwell 64% to 36%.
  • Washington Parish Sheriff: Incumbent Randy Seal received 53% of the vote, defeating Challengers Olander Smith who received 45% of the vote and Demille Topps who received 2% of the vote.
  • Washington Parish President: Incumbent Richard Ned Thomas was reelected with 52% of the vote over Challenger Ryan Seal who had 48%.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 1): A runoff between Joe Culpepper with 45% of the vote and Melvin Keith with 33% of the vote will determine who wins the seat of Incumbent Perry Talley, who received 22%.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 2): Shawn Rice defeated Kendall Amacker 56% to 44% to fill the seat of Incumbent Mike Fussell.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 3): Challenger Kim Wagner defeated Incumbent Chris Workman 57% to 43%.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 4): Clark Harry defeated Gloria Kates 63% to 37% to fill the seat of Incumbent Levi Lewis.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 6): Incumbent Reginald McMasters defeated Challenger Shane Smith 57% to 43%.
  • Washington Parish Council (District 7): Challenger Carley King defeated Incumbent David Anthony 56% to 44%.
  • Home Rule Charter Proposition: Failed to pass with 58% voting no and 42% voting yes to pass it.
  • City of Bogalusa,  Proposition 1 is to renew a 2.73 mil property tax for 10 years: Passed 62% to 38%.
  • City of Bogalusa,  Proposition 2 is to renew a 7.84 mil property tax for 10 years: Passed 64% to 36%.
  • City of Bogalusa,  Proposition 3 is to renew a 4.02 mil property tax for 10 years: Passed 65% to 36%.


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