With all precincts reporting, unofficial results reported by the Louisiana Secretary of State are as follows:
Mayor of Bogalusa - Tyrin Truong has won with 56% of the vote, defeating incumbent Wendy O'Quin Perrette and “Teddy” Drummond.
Bogalusa City Council (At Large) – A runoff between Wendy Williams Dupont, Penny Douglas, James "Mack" McGehee, and Tamira Moss Smith will determine the two successful candidates. (This corrected November 9, 2022 at 5:01 PM)
Bogalusa City Council (District A) – Gloria W. Kates (incumbent) defeated Doris Cage Garrett.
Bogalusa City Council (District B) – Danielle Magee-Keys (incumbent) defeated Ellen Carter.
Bogalusa City Council (District C) – Shelby Temples defeated Oneita H. Graham (incumbent).
Bogalusa City Council (District E) - “Mark” Irvine (incumbent) defeated Cullie Cotton, Jr.
See separate story on the Bogalusa Mayor and Council results
Parish School Board (District 1) – Keith R. Giles (with 47% of the vote) and Justin Brown (with 42% of the vote) will be in a runoff.
Parish School Board (District 6) – Scott Breland defeated “Dewitt” Perry (incumbent).
Parish School Board (District 7) – Lee Alan McCain (incumbent) failed by one vote to receive 50% of the vote and appears headed to a runoff with David “Big Dave” Pettit.
Parish School Board (District 8) – Frankie Crosby, Sr. (with 47% of the vote) and Sarah Burris (with 45% of the vote) will be in a runoff.
Parish School Board (District 9) – Lesley D. McKinley (incumbent) defeated Gwendolyn Y. Pigott.
Bogalusa School Board (District 2) – LaVerne Cook, Jr. defeated Ann G. Arata.
Bogalusa School Board (District 4) – Catherine “Cathy” Mitchell defeated Paul W. Dantin.
Bogalusa School Board (District 6) – Odie Hughes, IV defeated “Joannie” Miller
Bogalusa School Board (District 7) – “Brad” Williams defeated Michael Herring
U. S. Senator – John Kennedy (incumbent) with 62% of the vote and 3935 of 3937 precincts reporting has defeated the other twelve candidates. This was a multi-parish race; in Washington Parish Kennedy received 68% of the vote.
U. S. Representative 5th Congressional District – Julia Letlow (incumbent) with 68% of the vote has defeated the other four candidates. This was a multi-parish race; in Washington Parish Letlow received 64% of the vote.
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