Louisiana runoff election results for Nov. 18
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Saturday, Nov. 18 is Election Day in Louisiana.
Voters will decide on a number of runoffs from the Oct. 14 election, as well as vote on four constitutional amendments. Click here to find your sample ballot.
On Election Day, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Click here for more election information from the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office.
Click here for full election results beginning at 8 p.m.
Voters will decide on several races, including the following:
SECRETARY OF STATE
Parish-wide races include the following:
ST. BERNARD PARISH PRESIDENT
ST. JAMES PARISH SHERIFF
- Sidney “Sid” Berthelot (D)
- Claude J. Louis, Jr. (D) -- winner
TANGIPAHOA PARISH SHERIFF
- Chris Gideon (R)
- Gerald D. Sticker (R) -- winner
TERREBONNE PARISH PRESIDENT
- Jason Bergeron (R) -- winner
- Darrin Guidry (R)
WASHINGTON PARISH SHERIFF
- Randy “Country” Seal (R)
- Jason Smith (R) -- winner
WASHINGTON PARISH PRESIDENT
- Ryan Seal (R) -- winner
- Malinda Brumfield White (R)
In Kenner, voters will decide on a millage that would generate $10.9 million annually to increase firefighter pay and maintain facilities and equipment.
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