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December 10, 2022

Washington Parish Election Results for December 10, 2022

With early and absentee reporting and all precincts reporting (with the exception of Constitutional Amendments), unofficial results reflect the following:

Washington Parish School Board, District 1

Keith R. Giles was elected with 60% of the vote to defeat Justin Brown

Giles received 344 votes and Brown received 233 votes

Turnout: 27.6%

Washington Parish School Board, District 7

David "Big Dave" Pettit was elected with 55% of the vote to defeat incumbent Lee Alan McCain II 

Pettit received 218 votes and McCain received 175 votes

Turnout: 20.8%     

Washington Parish School Board, District 8

Frankie Crosby, Sr. was elected with 59% of the vote to defeat Sarah Burris 

Crosby received 336 votes and Burris received 238 votes

Turnout: 28.5%   

Councilmen At Large, City of Bogalusa (2 to be elected)

Tamira Moss Smith and Penny Douglas were elected. 

Smith received 526 votes, Douglas received 473 votes, Dupont received 470 votes, and McGehee received 424 votes

Turnout: 14.2%

 Renewal of 1/3 of 1% S&U Tax was approved with 59% of the vote.

The renewal was for 10 years and dedicated solely to providing, maintaining, administering and operating services and facilities in the civil, juvenile and criminal justice system mandated by state statute to be funded by parish governments

Constitutional Amendments

Statewide, all three Constitutional Amendments appears to be headed for approval. Washington Parish approved all three by comfortable margins.

Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (Requires U.S. citizenship in order to register and vote in Louisiana 

Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (Requires Senate confirmation of gubernatorial appointed members of the State Civil Service Commission  

Constitutional Amendment No. 3 (Requires Senate confirmation of certain members of the State Police Commission

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