(WVUE) - This is a quick look at what is on the ballot Saturday in addition to the U.S. Senate runoff between Republican John Kennedy and Democrat Foster Campbell.
Details on ballot proposals in your precinct and instructions on how to print a sample ballot can be found on the Louisiana Secretary of State's website.
- Gregory W. Carroll, D
- "Ben" Zahn, R
Sales tax millage:
Renewing a sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2022 to cover the costs of building, replacing, improving and maintaining sewerage, road and drainage projects.
Renewing a property tax of 4 mills for 10 years beginning in 2018. This would give additional support to the public elementary and secondary schools.
Renewing a property tax of 6 mills for 10 years beginning in 2017 for construction, improvement, and maintaining or operating drainage.
Renewing 10 mill property tax for 10 years beginning in 2017 for acquiring, building, improving, maintaining and operating recreation and other facilities.
Criminal District Court Judge, Section D
- Paul A. Bonin, D
- Kevin Guillory, D
Drainage millage: Renewing a 4.46 mill property tax for 30 years beginning in 2017 for operating and maintaining the city's drainage system and for the construction and extension of the system.
Fire millage: To establish a property tax of 2.5 mills for 12 years beginning in 2017 for fire protection and to pay for a $75 million settlement reached with firefighters.
- Amos Cormier, R
- Kirk Lepine, R
St. Charles Parish
To renew and increase a property tax of 3.02 mills for 10 years beginning in 2018 for constructing, improving, maintaining and operating recreation facilities and programs. The new millage would be an increase of 0.05 mills.
To renew and increase a property tax of 1 mill for 10 years beginning in 2018 for constructing, improving, maintaining and operating facilities and programs for the elderly. The new millage would be an increase of 0.02 mills.
St. John the Baptist Parish
40th Judicial District Court Judge, Div. B
- Nghana Lewis Gauff, N
- "Jeff" Perilloux, N
Juvenile detention millage:
A property tax of 1 mill for a juvenile detention for constructing, renovating or improving facilities for housing and detaining juvenile offenders and personnel associated with juvenile justice services.
To establish a one-quarter penny sales tax beginning after July 1, 2017 to pay salaries and benefits for all permanent school employees and maintaining and repairing all school buildings.
St. Tammany Parish
Slidell Police Chief
- Randy Fandal, R
- Kevin P. O'Neill, R
There are several ballot propositions asking voters to renew millages for the sheriff, property taxes, mosquito abatement, fire protection, road lighting and recreation.