Calcasieu Parish Elections October 12, 2019 Information and Candidates

Calcasieu Parish and State of Louisiana Elections October 12, 2019

Updated October 13, 2019

Results for the October 12, 2019 election in Louisiana have been published below.

On October 12, 2019, citizens of Calcasieu Parish voted on candidates for 40 local and state offices and 4 constitutional amendments. This election included the Louisiana Gubernatorial Primary Election. Early voting for this election started September 28, 2019, and ended October 5, 2019.

Early voting locations in Calcasieu Parish:

  • Lake Charles – Calcasieu Courthouse
  • Sulphur – West Calcasieu Business Center
  • Moss Bluff – Moss Bluff Library

The Gubernatorial General Election for Louisiana will be held later on November 16, 2019. Early voting for the general election will start November 2, 2019, and end November 9, 2019.

If you are not already registered to vote follow this link to register to vote or change your registration.

State of Louisiana and Local Offices to Be on the Ballot

State Offices

Governor 
  • John Bel Edwards (D) Incumbent – 47% 
    Website
  • Ralph Abraham (R) – 24%
    Website
  • Eddie Rispone (R) – 27%
    Website
  • Gary Landrieu (I) – 1%
    Website
  • Oscar “Omar” Dantzler, Jr (D) – 1%
    Facebook Page
  • Patrick “Live Wire” Landry (R) – 1%
  • Manuel Russell Leach (R) – Disqualified
  • Patrick J. Doguet (R) – Disqualified
  • M. V. “Vinny” Mendoza (D) – Disqualified

 

Lieutenant Governor 
  • Billy Nungesser (R) Incumbent – 68%
    Website 
  • Willie Jones (D) – 32%
  • Rao M. Uppu (D) – Withdrew

 

Secretary of State 
  • Kyle Ardoin (R) Incumbent – 41%
    Website
  • Gwen Collins-Greenup (D) – 34%
    Facebook
  • Amanda “Jennings” Smith (R) – 6%
    Facebook
  • Thomas J. Kennedy III (R) – 19%

 

Attorney General 
  • Jeff Landry (R) Incumbent – 66%
    Website
  • “Ike” Jackson Jr. (D) – 34%
    Website

 

Treasurer 
  • John Schroder (R) Incumbent – 60%
    Website
  • Derrick Edwards (D) – 35%
    Website
    Facebook
  • Teresa Kenny (No Party) – 5%

 

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry
  • Mike Strain (R) Incumbent – 57%
    Website
  • Charlie Greer (D) – 8%
    Website
  • Marguerite Green (D) – 20%
    Website
    Facebook
  • Peter Williams (D) – 6%
  • Bradley Zaunbrecher (R) – 8%

 

Commissioner of Insurance
  • Jim Donelon (R) Incumbent – 53%
    Website
  • Tim Temple (R) – 47%
    Website

 

Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) District 7

 

State Senators

View Louisiana Senatorial Districts Map

State Senator 25th Senatorial District
State Senator 27th Senatorial District
State Senator 30th Senatorial District

 

State Representatives

View Louisiana State Representatives District Map

State Representative 32nd Representative District
State Representative 33rd Representative District
State Representative 34th Representative District
  • Kevin D. Guidry (D) – 41%
    Website
    Facebook
  • Matilda Green Miller (D) – 11%
  • Wilford Carter Sr. (D) – 48%
State Representative 35th Representative District
  • Stephen Dwight (R) – 78%
    Facebook
  • Jacob Marceaux (R) – 22%
State Representative 36th Representative District
State Representative 37th Representative District
State Representative 47th Representative District



 

Local Offices

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff 
  • Tony Mancuso (D) Incumbent – 88%
    Facebook
  • Elizabeth Gray-Carrier (D) – 4%
  • Jimmy Richard (D) – 8%

 

Calcasieu Parish Clerk of Court 
  • Lynn Jones (No Party)

 

Calcasieu Parish Assessor 

 

Calcasieu Parish Coroner 
  • Terry Welke (No Party) Incumbent

 

Calcasieu Parish Police Jurors

View Calcasieu Parish Police Jury District Map (Map includes juror names prior to the October 12, 2019, election.)

Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 1
  • Ashton Richard (I) – 51%
  • Liz Long (R) – 49%
    Facebook
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 2
  • Christopher Archinard (D) – 23%
  • Calvin Collins (D) Incumbent – 36%
  • Mike Smith (D) – 41%
    Facebook Page
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 3
  • Eddie Earl Lewis Jr. (D) – 51%
  • Shelley Mayo (D) – 49%
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 4
  • Tony Guillory (D) Incumbent – 72%
  • Priscilla Sam (D) – 28%
    Facebook
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 5
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 6
  • Dennis Ray Scott (R) – 28%
  • Kelby Shows (R) – 14%
  • “Ron” Hayes (R) – 44%
  • Jerry Walker Jr. (D) – 15%
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 7
  • Cindy Bergeron (D) – 22%
  • Chris Landry (D) Incumbent – 63%
    Facebook
  • “Chris” Carroll (D) – 15%
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 8
  • Guy Brame (R) Incumbent
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 9
  • Schuyler Olivier (I) – 28%
    Facebook Page
  • Anthony L. Bartie (D) – 72%
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 10
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 11
  • David Stutes (R) – 21%
    Facebook
  • Roger Marcantel (R) – 53%
  • “Tony” O’Banion (R) – 21%
    Facebook
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 12
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 13
  • Georgina Graves (D) – 10%
    Facebook
  • Joe Andrepont (R) – 69%
    Facebook
  • Randall ” Randy ” Gibbons (R) – 21%
    Facebook
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 14
  • Randy Burleigh (R) – 52%
  • Damon Goss (R) – 48%
Calcasieu Parish Police Juror District 15
  • Guy McLendon (L) – 19%
    Facebook
  • Tony Tramonte (R) – 81%

 
Justice of the Peace Ward 7
  • Teddy McNiel (I) – 64%
  • Ronald “Ronny” Ruffin (I) – 36%

 

Council Member Division C, City of Westlake
  • Michael Bergeron (R) – 51%
    Facebook
  • Sharmita S. Rideau (I) – 28%
    Facebook
  • Clayton Rougeou (No Party) – 21%

 

Councilman Town of Vinton
  • Marcus Renfrow (R)



 

Amendment No.1 – Do you support an amendment to exempt raw materials, goods, commodities, personal property, and other articles stored in public and private warehouses and destined for the Outer Continental Shelf from ad valorem taxes? (December 1, 2019) (Amends Article VII, Section 21(D)(2)and(3))
YES – 47%
NO – 53%

Amendment No.2 – Do you support an amendment to provide for appropriations from the Education Excellence Fund for the Louisiana Educational Television Authority, Thrive Academy, and laboratory schools operated by public postsecondary education institutions? (Amends Article VII, Section 10.8(C)(3)(b),(c), and (g);Repeals Article VII, Section 10.8(C)(3)(d))
YES – 49%
NO – 51%

Amendment No.3 – Do you support an amendment to protect taxpayers by requiring a complete remedy in law for the prompt recovery of any unconstitutional tax paid and to allow the jurisdiction of the Board of Tax Appeals to extend to matters related to the constitutionality of taxes? (Adds Article V, Section 35)
YES – 62%
NO – 38%

Amendment No.4 – Do you support an amendment to allow the City of New Orleans to exempt property within Orleans Parish from all or part of ad Valorem taxes that would otherwise be due for the purpose of promoting affordable housing? (Adds Article VII, Section 21(O))
YES – 32%
NO – 68%


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