Official Results for the May 1st, 2010 election are as follows:

City of Crowley – Proposition #1

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a Five (5) Mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of Street Maintenance.

Yes

195 45.14%
No 237 54.86%

City of Crowley – Proposition #2

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a Five (5) Mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of Public Building and Drainage Maintenance.

Yes

188 44.03%
No 239 55.97%

City of Crowley – Proposition #3

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a three-fourths (3/4) Mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of Maintaining Cemeteries.

Yes

193 45.41%
No 232 54.59%

First Ward Drainage District Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: 10 Year, 8 Mills property tax renewal for maintenance, construction and improvement of drainage works within and for the First Ward Drainage District of the Parish of Acadia, including the acquisition of equipment therefor.

Yes

233 87.27%
No 34 12.73%

Official Results for the August 28th, 2010 election are as follows:

U.S. Senator – Democratic Party (Statewide)

Closed Party Primary

Neeson J. Chauvin Jr.

382 24.13%
Cary J. Deaton 274 17.32%
“Charlie” Melacon 927 58.56%

U.S. Senator – Republican Party (Statewide)

Closed Party Primary

Nick J. Accardo

31 2.90%
Chet D. Traylor 94 8.80%
David Vitter 943 88.30%

U.S. Senator – Libertarian Party

Closed Party Primary

Anthony Gentile

16 43.24%
Randall Todd Hayes 21 56.76%

Official Results for the October 2, 2010 election are as follows:

Lieutenant Governor (Statewide)

James “Jim” Crowley (D)

845 7.07%
“Jay” Dardenne (R) 2178 18.22%
Kevin Davis (R) 368 3.07%
Caroline Fayard (D) 2399 20.08%
“Butch” Gautreaux (D) 346 2.89%
“Sammy” Kershaw (R) 4895 40.96%
Melanie J. McKnight (R) 299 2.50%
Roger Villere (R) 620 5.18%

Member of School Board – District 2

Douglas John “Doug” LaCombe (NP)

813 43.46%
Charlene Melancon (D) 817 43.66%
Timothy Villemarette (R) 241 12.88%

Member of School Board – District 3

Delo Hebert Jr. (O)

854 49.63%
Lynn Shamsie (D) 867 50.37%

Member of School Board – District 6

Gene I. Daigle (D)

968 54.33%
Candy Leger (NP) 814 45.67%

Mayor – City of Crowley

Greg A. Jones (R)

2067 60.66%
“Woody” Marceaux (D) 1340 39.34%

Mayor – Town of Church Point

Roger Boudreaux (D)

1103 68.04%
Errol “Slu” Comeaux (D) 518 31.96%

Mayor – Town of Iota

Cynthia F. “Cindy” McDaniel (O)

319 54.06%
John D. Sittig (D) 271 45.94%

Mayor – Village of Estherwood

Anthony Borill (D)

219 78.77%
Bryan “Rickey” Monceaux (O) 59 21.23%

Mayor – Village of Morse

Leon Clement (D)

103 32.38%
Robert “Butch” Istre (D) 215 67.62%

Chief of Police – Church Point

Ronald Carrier (NP)

492 30.14%
Yolanda Higginbotham (D) 341 20.89%
Richard “Chris” McBride (D) 69 4.22%
Vernon Simien (D) 50 3.06%
Albert J. Venable (D) 680 41.66%

Chief of Police – Village of Morse

Gregory “Buddy” Guidry (D)

138 44.51%
Jason Todd Richard (O) 172 55.49%

Alderman Ward 2A – City of Crowley

Bryan Borill (D)

572 62.24%
Todd Whiting (R) 347 37.76%

Alderman Ward 2B – City of Crowley

Lyle O. Fogleman Jr. (D)

481 50.31%
Clay Lejeune (NP) 475 49.68%

Alderman Ward 3A – City of Crowley

Vernon “Step” Martin (D)

584 72.36%
Christopher Mayfield (D) 223 27.64%

Alderman Ward 3B – City of Crowley

Rannie “Ray” Batiste (D)

213 27.69%
Laurita Pete (D) 556 72.31%

Alderman Ward 4A – City of Crowley

Lynn Baker (D)

282 38.47%
Elliot Dore (D) 451 61.53%

Alderman Ward 4B – City of Crowley

Mary T. Melancon (D)

388 52.57%
Regina M. Smith (D) 350 47.43%

Alderman Ward 3 – City of Rayne

Gerard “Jerry” Arceneaux (R)

220 42.80%
Michael Doucet (D) 294 57.20%

Alderman Ward 4 – Town of Church Point

Theresa “Teasie” Cary (D)

156 36.87%
Aimia “MiMi” Doucet (R) 267 63.13%

Alderman Ward 5 – Town of Church Point

Donald Lejeune (D)

187 61.72%
Chad Matte (R) 116 38.28%

Alderman – Town of Iota (5 to be elected)

Nicholas “Nick” Bouterie (R)

382 15.68%
Joshua Dupre (D) 275 11.28%
R.B. “Toby” Fontenot (D) 272 11.16
Troy Lantz (D) 305 12.52%
Cody Leckelt (R) 271 11.12%
Raleigh Miller (D) 294 12.06%
Warren Pousson (D) 312 12.80%
Brenda H. Prather (O) 325 13.35%

Alderman – Village of Estherwood (3 to be elected)

Donna Kay Bertrand (D)

145 20.27%
Allen Leblanc (NP) 100 13.98%
John Monceaux (NP) 139 19.44%
Donald “Don” Popp (R) 182 25.45%
“Tim” Savant (D) 149 20.84%

Alderman – Village of Morse (3 to be elected)

Randall Bertrand (D)

152 17.79%
Wade Clement (D) 140 16.39%
Donlean “Don” Gary (D) 170 19.90%
Dale Louviere (D) 175 20.49%
Peggy Romero (D) 217 25.40%

Parish-wide Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: Authority to continue a 3.18 mills tax for a period of 10 years for the purpose of maintaining roads and bridges in Acadia Parish.

Yes

6309 56.68%
No 4822 43.32%

Northwest Acadia Recreation District Proposition

Summary: 10 Year 4 mills property tax for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining, operating and/or supporting parks, playgrounds, recreation centers and other recreational facilities in Northwest Acadia Parish Recreation District, together with the necessary furnishing, equipment and programs therefor.

Yes

923 59.69%
No 1367 40.31%

Acadia-Evangeline Fire Protection District Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: 10 year, 1.03 mills tax renewal for constructing, maintaining and operating the Acadia-Evangeline Fire Protection District’s fire protection facilities, including the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes.

Yes

115 77.19%
No 34 22.81%

Fire Protection District #7 Proposition

Summary: 12 year, $50.00 parcel fee for acquiring facilities and equipment, including paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes and all purposes incidental thereto, subject to funding into bonds.

Yes

270 51.83%
No 251 48.17%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1

Summary: To change the legislature to odd/even years

For

5464 50.27%
Against 5405 49.73%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2

Summary: To change Homeland Security to unclassified.

For

4674 43.25%
Against 6131 56.75%

Official Results for the November 2, 2010 election are as follows:

Lieutenant Governor (Statewide)

“Jay” Dardenne (R)

10745 62.53%
Caroline Fayard (D) 6437 37.47%

United States Senator (Statewide)

Michael Karlton Brown (NP)

146 .84%
R.A. “Skip” Galan (NP) 80 .46%
Milton Gordon (NP) 87 .50%
Randall Todd Hayes (L) 183 1.05%
Thomas G. “Tommy” LaFargue (O) 70 .40%
William Robert “Bob” Lang, Jr. (O) 66 .38%
William R. McShan (RF) 69 .39%
“Charlie” Melancon (D) 4719 27.19%
Sam Houston Melton, Jr. 43 .24%
Michael Lane “Mike” Spears (O) 155 .89%
David Vitter (R) 11627 66.99%
Ernest D. Wooton (O) 109 .62%

Acadia Parish School Board – District 2 (Run-off)

Douglas John “Douglas” LaCombe (NP)

1264 52.49%
Charlene Melancon (D) 1144 47.51%

Chief of Police – Church Point (Run-off)

Ronald Carrier (NP)

615 40.03%
Albert J. Venable (D) 921 59.96%

Fourth Ward Drainage District No. 1 Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: 10 year ad valorem tax of six & thirty-two-one-hundredths (6.32) mills on property subject to taxation situated in the District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, maintaining and operating gravity drainage works within and for the said District.

Yes

172 51.19%
No 164 48.81%

Egan Drainage District No. 1 Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: 10 year ad valorem tax of seven (7) mills on property subject to taxation situated in the District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, maintaining and operating gravity drainage works within and for the said district.

Yes

258 50.98%
No 248 49.02%

City of Crowley Proposition No. 1 (Millage Renewal)

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a Five (5) mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of Street Maintenance.

Yes

1955 58.72%
No 1374 41.28%

City of Crowley Proposition No. 2 (Millage Renewal)

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a Five (5) mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of Public Building and Drainage Maintenance.

Yes

1947 58.55%
No 1378 41.45%

City of Crowley Proposition No. 3 (Millage Renewal)

Summary: To authorize the City of Crowley to levy and collect a three-fourths (3/4) mill Tax (“Renewal”) annually for a period of ten (10) years for the purpose of maintaining cemeteries.

Yes

1882 56.70%
No 1437 43.30%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1

Summary: To provide that nay salary increase enacted by law for certain state elected officials, including statewide elected officials, members of the legislature, not be implemented until a subsequent term of office.

For

9838 62.42%
Against 5922 37.58%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2

Summary: To decrease the amount of taxes retained by the state on the severance of natural resources, other than sulphur, lignite, and timber, and to increase the maximum amount of such revenues which are remitted to the parish governing authority from where the severance occurs, to be implemented in the event that the official forecast of severance tax revenues for any fiscal year includes an estimate for severance tax collections which will exceed that actually collected by the state in Fiscal Year 2009-2009; to change the annual maximum amount to be remitted to a parish governing authority from eight hundred fifty thousand dollars to one million eight hundred fifty thousand for the first fiscal year of implementation, which amount would increase to two million eight hundred fifty thousand dollars for the following and subsequent fiscal years; to provide for annual adjustment of the maximum amounts in accordance with the consumer price index; to require that of the revenues received by a parish governing authority under these provisions, that portion which is in excess of the amount of such revenues received in Fiscal Year 2011-2012 be used within the parish for the same purposes as monies received from the Parish Transportation Fund; to require that of the severance taxes and royalty revenues retained by the state from activity on state lands within the Atchafalaya Basin, up to ten million dollars per year be deposited into a special fund created in the state treasury to be known as the Atchafalaya Basin Conservation Fund; to provide that monies in this fund be used exclusively for conservations, improvement, and management of the Atchafalaya Basin in accordance with formal state and federal plans; to require legislative approval for and specific limitations on the use of monies appropriated from the fund.

For

9870 62.55%
Against 5907 37.45%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #3

Summary: To exempt from ad valorem tax, in addition to the homestead exemption, the next seventy-five thousand dollars of value of property which is owned and occupied by a veteran with a service-connected disability rating of one hundred percent; to authorize the exemption to apply to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran if the exemption was in effect on the property prior to the death of the veteran and the surviving spouse remains the owner of the property; to require the taxing authority to absorb any decrease in the total amount of ad valorem taxes collected as a result of this exemption; to prohibit the exemption from creating any additional tax liability for other property taxpayers; to prohibit implementation of the exemption from triggering reappraisal of property or adjustment of millages; provides that the exemption shall only extend and apply if established through an election called by the local governing authority and approved by a majority of the registered voters in an election held for that purpose.

For

9491 61.29%
Against 5994 38.71%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #4

Summary: To provide that the power of a taxing authority with a governing authority which is not elected to increase millage rates without voter approval after reappraisal, which is presently limited by the prior year’s maximum millage rate, be further limited by the prior year’s maximum millage rate, be further limited to annual increases which do not exceed two and one-half percent of the property tax collections for the immediately preceding calendar year; to exclude from such restriction taxing authorities which are special fire protection or fire department districts or ports, port harbor, and terminal districts, and millages levied by certain levee districts under authority granted by the Constitution of Louisiana.

For

6202 40.96%
Against 8938 59.04%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #5

Summary: To authorize continuation of the homestead exemption and the special assessment level for a homestead that has been destroyed or is uninhabitable due to a disaster for two years if the homeowner’s claim for damages is pending in a formal appeal process with a governmental agency or program offering assistance for repairing or rebuilding homes damaged by the disaster or if a homeowner has a damage claim filed and pending against the insurer of the property; to authorize an assessor to grant up to three additional one-year extensions of the continuation of the homestead exemption and the special assessment level as prescribed by law.

For

8555 56.16%
Against 6680 43.84%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #6

Summary: To require a two-thirds vote of the elected members of each house of the legislature to enact any benefit provision for members of a Louisiana public retirement system if the provisions has an actuarial cost.

For

8151 53.67%
Against 7039 46.33%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #7

Summary: To provide relative to the bidding process for ad valorem property tax sales by authorizing a bidder at a tax sale to bid down the existing five percent penalty in increments of one-tenth of one percent; to require the payment of penalties by a bidder at ad valorem property tax sales; to require the payment of interest, penalties, and costs by a taxpayer who is delinquent on the payment of taxes.

For

5211 34.90%
Against 9720 65.10%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #8

Summary: Provides that property expropriated for the public purpose of removing a threat to public health or safety caused by the existing use or disuse of the property shall not be subject to the requirement of offering the property back to the original owner who allowed the property to become a threat to public health or safety or to the requirement of public sale.

For

5825 38.80%
Against 9187 61.20%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #9

Summary: To provide that, in civil matters only, when a court of appeal is to modify or reverse an administrative agency determination in a workers’ compensation claim and one judge dissents, the case shall be reargued before a panel of at least five judges prior to rendition of judgment, and majority shall concur to render judgment.

For

6968 46.44%
Against 8035 53.56%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #10

Summary: To permit criminal defendants, except in capital cases, to waive their right to a trial by jury no later than forty-five days prior to the trial date.

For

7903 51.89%
Against 7326 48.11%