Official Results for the January 15, 2000 election are as follows:

1st Ward Drainage District – 8 mills, 10 Years

Yes

139 48.10%
No 150 51.90%

Official Results for the March 14, 2000 election are as follows:

Presidential Republican Candidate Primary (Nationwide)

Gary Bauer

6 0.65%
George W. Bush 751 81.45%
Steve Forbes 12 1.30%
Alan Keyes 86 9.33%
John McCain 67 7.27%

Presidential Democratic Candidate Primary (Nationwide)

Bill Bradley

395 25.52%
Randy Crow 47 3.04%
Al Gore 1050 67.83%
Lyndon Larouche Jr. 56 3.62%

Alderman Ward 2 – City of Rayne

Butch Abshire

242 52.84%
Chris Richard 83 18.12%
Jimmie Wilson 26 5.68%
Lucy Wiltz 107 23.36

DSCC Member 41st Representative District Office B

Glen Bihm

179 27.71%
R.L. Savoy 467 72.29%

RSCC Member 42nd Representative District

Charlie Buckels

165 13.87%
Isabella Delahoussaye 259 21.76%
Anthony Emmons 294 24.71%
Michael Francis 190 15.97%
Helen Blue Garrett 40 3.36%
Lenny Hensgens 242 20.34%

Official Results for the April 15, 2000 election are as follows:

5 Mill Renewal for Fire & Police Personnel

Yes

266 74.51%
No 91 25.49%

Official Results for the July 15, 2000 election are as follows:

P/W Police Jury Proposition

Yes

971 56.6%
No 745 43.4%

Fire Protection District 6 Proposition

Yes

107 91.4%
No 10 8.5%

Fire Protection District 7 Proposition

Yes

150 69.4%
No 66 30.5%

Fire Protection District 9 Proposition

Yes

410 69.1%
No 183 30.8%

Fourth Ward Drainage District 1 Proposition

Yes

22 70.9%
No 9 29.0%

Egan Drainage District 1 Proposition

Yes

42 67.7%
No 20 32.2%

Official Results for the October 7, 2000 election are as follows:

Alderman for the Village of Estherwood

Keith Goutreaux (D) #16

27 16.87%
Frances K. Guillory (D) #17 58 36.25%
Ricky LeBlanc (D) #18 75 46.87%

Official Results for the November 7, 2000 election are as follows:

Presidential Candidate (Nationwide)

Gore/Liberman – Democratic Party

8892 38.26%
Buchanan/Foster – Reform Party 255 1.10%
Bush/Cheney – Republican Party 13814 59.45%
Phillips/Frazier – Constitution Party 15 0.06%
Nader/LaDuke – Green Party 227 0.98%
Browne/Oliver – Libertarian Party 15 0.06%
Hagelin/Ticciati – Natural Law Party 9 0.04%
Harris/Trowe – Socialist Workers Party 11 0.05%

U.S. Congressman – 7th Congressional District (Multi-parish)

Michael P. Harris #91

2755 14.88%
Chris John #92 15761 85.12%

Village of Estherwood – Alderman at Large

Francis Guillory #17

109 37.98%
Ricky LeBlanc #18 178 62.02%

Amendment #1

To authorize the creation and abolishment, by law, of a corporation as a central source principal economic development organization of the state; to provide for the creation, administration, and powers, duties, and functions of such entity; to exempt such entity from civil service; to authorize such entity to engage in cooperative endeavors for economic development purposes and to receive state funds as appropriated by the legislature for economic development purposes. (Amends Article XII, Section 12)

For

6102 29.48%
Against 14594 70.52%

Amendment #2

To eliminate the constitutional requirement for a state income tax deduction for federal income taxes paid, to eliminate the current limitation on individual income tax rates, and to provide that the state individual and joint income tax schedule of rates and brackets shall never exceed the rates and brackets set forth in Title 47 of the Louisianan Revised Statutes on January 1, 2001. (Amends Article VII, Section 4(A))

For

6144 29.53%
Against 14659 70.47%

Amendment #3

To provide that food for home consumption, natural gas, electricity, and water shall be exempt from any sales and use tax levied by the state or by a statewide political subdivision. (Adds Article VII, Section 2.2)

For

7795 38.57%
Against 12416 61.43%

Amendment #4

To authorize local governments to loan, pledge, or donate certain revenues dedicated to economic or industrial development to persons, associations, or corporations which agree to locate or expand industrial operations in the area and agree to hire a certain minimum number of local residents. (Amends Article VII, Section 14(B))

For

6190 30.30%
Against 14241 69.70%

City of Rayne Proposition

Summary: Authority to prohibit the sale of any alcoholic beverages between the hours of 2:00 a.m. on Sunday and 6:00 a.m. on Monday in the City of Rayne as defined in Section 10-1 of the code of ordinances of the City of Rayne, State of Louisiana.

Yes

1814 59.26%
No 1247 40.74%

Proposition #1 – First Ward Drainage District (Tax Renewal)

Summary: 10 Year, 5 mills property tax renewal for maintenance, construction and improvement of drainage works within and for the district, including the acquisition of equipment thereor.

Yes

2128 49.09%
No 2207 50.91%

Proposition #2

Summary: 10 years, 3 mills additional property tax for maintenance, construction and improvement of drainage works within and for the district, including the acquisition of equipment thereor.

Yes

1653 38.44%
No 2647 61.56%