Official Results for the February 9th, 2008 election are as follows:

This includes provisional votes casts and counted.

Republican Presidential Nominee (Nationwide)

Jerry Curry

5 0.36%
Daniel Gilbert 4 0.29%
Rudolph W. Giuliani 8 0.58%
“Mike” Huckabee 659 47.78%
Duncan Hunter 5 0.36%
Alan Keyes 8 0.58%
John McCain 550 39.55%
Ron Paul 51 3.67%
Mitt Romney 79 5.69%
“Tom” Tancredo 1 0.07%
Fred Thompson 19 1.37%

Democratic Presidential Nominee (Nationwide)

“Joe” Biden

100 2.27%
Hillary Clinton 2030 46.14%
Christopher J. Dodd 32 0.73%
John Edwards 213 4.84%
Dennis J. Kucinich 15 0.34%
Barack Obama 1958 44.48%
William “Bill” Richardson 53 1.20%

Republican State Central Committee

Catherine Bercier

165 47.14%
Keith Lamm 185 52.86%

Town of Church Point – Sales Tax Proposition

Summary: One percent (1%) sales and use tax with the proceeds to be dedicated and used for the purposes of (I) 40% for acquiring, constructing, improving, operating and maintaining public parks and recreation facilities, including the acquisition of furnishings and equipment therefor; (II) 30% for maintaining, improving and operating the Town’s Police Department, including the construction of buildings, the acquisition of equipment and facilities therefor, and paying the salaries and benefits of department employees; and (III) 30% for the payment of capital improvements to public streets and sidewalks with the proceeds of the tax to be subject to being funded into bonds.

Yes

274 35.22%
No 504 64.78%

Official Results for the March 8th, 2008 election are as follows:

Parish-wide Proposition #1 (continuation) – Acadia Parish School Board

Summary: 10-Year 15.02 Mill Property Tax for the support of the public schools in the parish.

Yes

2227 78.55%
No 608 21.44%

Parish-wide Proposition #2 (continuation) – Acadia Parish School Board

Summary: 10-Year 5.01 Mill Property Tax for the support of the public schools in the parish to maintain school buildings.

Yes

2210 78.53%
No 604 21.46

Town of Basile Proposition (Multi-parish)

Summary: Authority for the Town of Basile, Parishes of Acadia and Evangeline (the “Town”) to levy a 25 year, 19.95 mills property tax for acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving, extending, maintaining and operating works of public improvements.

Yes

0 0.00%
No 2 100.00%

Official Results for the July 19th, 2008 election are as follows:

Parish-wide Proposition #1 (continuation) – Law Enforcement District

Summary: Authority to levy a 9 mills tax for a period of 5 years for the purpose of providing additional funding for the Acadia Parish Law Enforcement District which shall include (a) paying the salaries and benefits of deputies, (b) acquiring, operating and maintaining vehicles and communications equipment, and (c) providing additional funding for operations and training.

Yes

1255 16.98%
No 6135 83.02%

Town of Church Point – 1% Sales and Use Tax

Summary: One percent sales and use tax with the proceeds to be dedicated and used for any lawful corporate purpose, including the operation of senior citizen programs and to pay the cost of constructing and maintaining capital improvements, said tax to be in lieu of and replace a seven (7) mills ad valorem tax now being levied for general purposes, with the proceeds of the tax to be subject to being funded into bonds.

Yes

353 45.37%
No 425 54.63%

Fire Protection District #3 Parcel Fee Proposition

Summary: Authority to levy a 10 year parcel fee of $25 per lot, portion of ground or tract in the district upon which is located a structure, in whole or in part, a residential or commercial structure, whether occupied or unoccupied for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and operating fire protection facilities and equipment, including the cost of obtaining water.

Yes

197 66.55%
No 99 33.45%

Fire Protection District #3 –  5.13 Mills Renewal Proposition

Summary: 10 Year, 5.13 Mills property tax continuation for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating fire protection facilities and equipment, including the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes, and all purposes incidental thereto.

Yes

156 54.36%
No 131 45.64%

Official Results for the October 4, 2008 election are as follows:

Crowley City Judge

Lyle O. Fogleman, Jr. (D)

1573 31.92%
Kim Hayes (D) 1558 31.63%
Marie Elise “M’elise” Trahan (D) 1796 36.45%

Justice of the Peace – Ward 2

Wayne Doucet (D)

213 67.83%
Timothy Ware (O) 101 32.17%

Fire Protection District No. 2 Proposition – Millage Continuation

Summary: 10 year, 7.08 mills property tax continuation for constructing, acquiring, improving, maintaining and operating fire protection facilities and equipment in the District and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes.

Yes

73 85.88%
No 12 14.12%

Fire Protection District No. 9 Proposition – Millage Renewal

Summary: 10 year, 10 mills property tax renewal for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating fire protection facilities and equipment in the District, including fire trucks, and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes.

Yes

593 84.95%
No 105 15.05%

Sixth Ward & Crowley Drainage District Proposition – Tax Renewal

Summary: 10 year, 5 mills property tax renewal for constructing, improving, maintaining and operating the drainage facilities in the District.

Yes

2310 53.57%
No 2018 46.63%

Official Results for the November 4, 2008 election are as follows:

Crowley City Judge

Lyle O. Fogleman, Jr. (D)

3592 46.01%
Marie Elise “M’elise” Trahan (D) 4214 53.99%

President and Vice President of the United States of America (Nationwide)

Barack Obama/Joe Biden Democratic Party

7028 26.32%
Cynthia McKinney/Rosa Clemente Green Party 182 .69%
John McCain/Sarah Palin Republican Party 19229 71.99%
Chuck Baldwin/Darrell Castle Constitution Party 35 .13%
Ralph Nader/Matt Gonzalez Independent 117 .44%
“Ron” Paul/Barry Goldwater Jr. Louisiana Taxpayers Party 101 .37%
Gene Amondson/Leroy Pletten Prohibition 6 .02%
Gloria La Riva/Eugene Puryear Socialism and Liberation 4 .01%
James Harris/Alyson Kennedy Socialist Workers Party 9 .03%

United States Senator (Statewide)

Mary Landrieu (D)

11383 43.59%
Richard Fontanesi (L) 283 1.09%
John Kennedy (R) 14090 53.95%
“Jay” Patel (no party) 206 .78%
Robert Stewart 155 .59%

U.S. Congressional Representative (Multi-parish)

Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (R)

17531 67.89%
Donald “Don” Cravins, Jr. (D) 7190 27.85%
Peter Vidrine 1102 4.26%

Constitutional Amendment #1

Summary: To impose term limits for members of certain state boards and commissions.

For

14676 65.59%
Against 7697 34.41%

Constitutional Amendment #2

Summary: To require that the call for a special legislative session be issued at least seven calendar days prior to the start of the session.

For

12005 54.48%
Against 10030 45.52%

Constitutional Amendment #3

Summary: To allow the Legislature to appoint a temporary successor for any legislator called to active military duty that prevents performance of the duties of office.

For

13018 59.08%
Against 9013 40.92%

Constitutional Amendment #4

Summary: To dedicate additional state severance taxes to parishes of origin, restrict the use of a portion of these funds and dedicate a portion of severance taxes collected on state lands to the Atchafalaya Basin Conservation Fund.

For

9868 44.98%
Against 12073 55.02%

Constitutional Amendment #5

Summary: To allow homeowners the ability to transfer any special property tax assessment level to their new home when their property is sold to or expropriated by the state, federal, or local government.

For

8988 41.64%
Against 12593 58.36%

Constitutional Amendment #6

Summary: To remove the requirement that public authorities first offer expropriated property back to its prior owner before the property can be sold to a third party if the property was taken to remove a threat to public health or safety and was held for less than 30 years. It would also remove the requirement that such property be sold by public bid and eliminate the opportunity for certain property owners to challenge surplus takings.

For

8527 39.54%
Against 13036 60.46%

Constitutional Amendment #7

Summary: To allow public funds reserved for non-pension, post-employment benefits to be invested in stocks.

For

8043 36.95%
Against 13723 63.05%