Official Results for the May 5, 2007 election are as follows:

Iota – Egan Oilfield Consolidated School District #8 Tax Proposition

Summary: Authority to levy a 10 year 10 mills tax beginning in the year 2007 for the purpose of giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools including the funding of the construction, improvement, maintenance and operation of public school buildings and the acquisition of the necessary equipment and furnishings therefore.

Yes

325 61.09%
No 207 38.91%

Fifth Ward School District #7 Maintenance Continuation Tax Proposition

Summary: Authority to continue to levy a 10 year 13.45 mills tax beginning in the year 2007 for the purpose of giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools including the funding of the construction, improvements, maintenance and operation of public school buildings and the acquisition of the necessary equipment and furnishings therefore.

Yes

171 70.66%
No 71 29.34%

Official Results for the October 20, 2007 election are as follows:

Governor – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

B. Alexandrenko

52 0.27%
Walter J. Boasso (D) 4099 21.13%
Foster Campbell (D) 1693 8.73%
Vincent Mark Castillo 23 0.12%
Sheldon Forest 39 0.20%
Anthony “Tony G” Gentile 56 0.29%
John Georges 2796 14.41%
T. Lee Horne, III (L) 42 0.22%
“Bobby” Jindal (R) 10443 53.83%
M.V. “Vinny” Mendoza (D) 43 0.22%
Arthur D. “Jim” Nichols 18 0.09%
Hardy Parkerson (D) 27 0.14%
Mary Volentine Smith (D) 69 0.36%

Lieutenant Governor – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

Gary Beard (R)

1335 7.12%
Norris “Spanky” Gros, Jr. 189 1.01%
Thomas D. Kates 203 1.08%
“Sammy” Kershaw (R) 9260 49.36%
“Mitch” Landrieu (D) 7774 41.44%

Secretary of State – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

“Jay” Dardenne (R)

10290 57.59%
Scott Lewis 941 5.27%
“R.” Wooley (D) 6638 37.15%

Attorney General – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

Royal Alexander (R)

5716 31.26%
James D. “Buddy” Caldwell (D) 4196 22.95%
Charles C. Foti, Jr. (D) 8371 45.79%

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

Wayne Carter (R)

1324 7.16%
Don Johnson (R) 1115 6.03%
“Bob” Odom (D) 7837 42.36%
Mike Strain (R) 8226 44.46%

Commissioner of Insurance – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

James “Jim” Crowley (D)

7383 41.54%
“Jim” Donelon (R) 7810 43.94%
Robert Lansden (R) 1680 9.45%
Jerilyn Schneider-Kneale (R) 901 5.07%

BESE Board Member – District 7 (Multi-parish)

Dale Bayard (D)

8675 50.13%
“Charlie” Buckels (R) 8631 49.87%

State Senator – 25th Senatorial District (Multi-parish)

Mark Abraham (R)

1913 20.09%
Dan “Blade” Morrish (R) 1456 15.29%
“Gil” Pinac (D) 6153 64.62%

State Senator – 26th Senatorial District (Multi-parish)

“Mickey” Frith (D)

1741 19.35%
“Nick” Gautreaux (D) 7257 80.65%

State Representative – 42nd District (Multi-parish)

Isabella delaHoussaye (R)

4939 42.84%
Jack Montoucet (D) 6591 57.16%

Sheriff – Acadia Parish

K.P. Gibson (D)

7612 39.62%
Wayne A. Melancon (D) 10485 54.58%
Danny H. Wimberly (D) 1115 5.80%

Assessor – Acadia Parish

Russel L. Benoit

11842 63.86%
Woodrow “Woody” Marceaux (D) 6701 36.14%

Coroner – Acadia Parish

Mark Dawson (R)

11375 63.06%
Marcelo Polanco 6662 36.94%

Police Juror – District 1

Rennie “Ray” Batiste (D)

513 29.79%
Alton “Al” Stevenson (D) 1209 70.21%

Police Juror – District 2

A.J. “Fatty” Broussard (R)

993 43.25%
Ray Kibodeaux 417 18.16%
Larry Regan 886 38.59%

Police Juror – District 3

Audie Hanks (R)

521 23.22%
John W. Humble, Sr. (D) 701 31.24%
Robert L. Jardell (D) 499 22.24%
Kermit Richard (D) 523 23.31%

Police Juror – District 4

Chester Pommier (D)

761 39.70%
John H. Quebodeaux (D) 1156 60.30%

Police Juror – District 5

Jimmie Pellerin (D)

1124 48.91%
Thomas “T.J.” Sonnier (D) 1174 51.09%

Police Juror – District 6

John Beard (D)

914 40.14%
A.J. “Jay” Credeur (D) 942 41.37%
Ferdie Latiolais (D) 421 18.49%

Police Juror – District 7

Cade Benoit (D)

1221 52.65%
Jason Werth (R) 1098 47.35%

Mayor – Village of Morse (Special Election)

Leon Clement (D)

98 29.97%
Robert “Butch” Istre (D) 201 61.47%
Leo Meaux, Jr. (D) 28 8.56%

Alderman – Village of Morse (Special Election)

Kevin D. Abshire (D)

137 42.68%
Randall Bertrand (D) 184 57.32%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1

Summary: To prohibit the reduction of state salary supplements for full-time law enforcement and fire protection officers.

For

9876 59.27%
Against 6786 40.73%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2

Summary:  To authorize the legislature to supplement the uniform pay plans of sworn, commissioned law enforcement officers employed by a bona fide police agency of the state or its political subdivisions and for fire protection officers employed by a port authority from any available funds of the state, the department, the agency, or the political subdivision, provided that such supplement may be made available only for those law enforcement officers employed on a full-time basis who serve the welfare of the public in the capacity of a police officer by providing police services to the general public, by effecting arrest, issuing citations, and serving warrants while patrolling waterways and riverfront areas and for those fire protection officers employed on a full-time basis to provide fire protection services to a port authority.

For

8699 53.21%
Against 7648 46.79%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #3

Summary:  To provide that no benefit provision for members of any state retirement system having an actuarial cost shall be approved by the legislature unless a funding source providing new or additional funds sufficient to pay all such actuarial cost within ten years of the effective date of the benefit provision is identified in such enactment.

For

8338 52.15%
Against 7650 47.85%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #4

Summary: To exempt consigned jewelry from ad valorem property taxation.

For

6186 38.30%
Against 9964 61.70%

City of Crowley Proposition #1 – Renewal of Wastewater Disposal Facilities Tax

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a three and one-half (3.5) mill tax “renewal”, annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of public parks and recreation.

Yes

1885 52.52%
No 1704 47.48%

City of Crowley Proposition #2 – Renewal of Public Parks and Recreation Tax

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a three (3) mill tax (renewal) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of public parks and recreation.

Yes

1986 55.37%
No 1601 44.63%

City of Crowley Proposition #3 – Renewal of Youth Recreation Building and Maintenance Tax

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a one (1) mill tax (renewal) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of youth recreation building maintenance.

Yes

2062 57.58%
No 1519 42.42%

Acadia-Evangeline Fire Protection District Proposition – Bonds

Summary: Authority to issue $750,000 of 10-year general obligation bonds of Acadia-Evangeline Fire Protection District for acquiring, constructing and improving buildings, machinery and equipment, including both real and personal property, to be used in giving fire protection to the property in said district. Said bonds to be payable from Ad Valorem taxes.

Yes

215 66.56%
No 108 33.44%

Town of Iota Proposition

Summary: To authorize the Town of Iota to levy and collect a nine (9) mill tax (renewal) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of construction, maintenance and replacement of publics streets, roads, avenues, alleyways and bridges (including drainage and equipment necessary therefor) in said town.

Yes

292 66.36%
No 148 33.64%

Official Results for the November 17, 2007 election are as follows:

Attorney General – State of Louisiana (Statewide)

Royal Alexander

3124 36.77%
James D. “Buddy” Caldwell 5371 63.23%

State Senator – 25th Senatorial District (Multi-parish)

Dan “Blade” Morrish

1686 29.62%
“Gil” Pinac 4005 70.37%

Police Juror – District #2

A.J. “Fatty” Broussard

865 50.64%
Larry Regan 843 49.35%

Police Juror – District #3

John W. Humble, Sr.

682 46.52%
Kermit Richard 74 53.48%

Police Juror – District #6

John Beard

677 49.74%
A.J. “Jay” Credeur 684 50.25%