Official Results for the February 19, 2011 Special Election

26th Senatorial District – Special Election

Jonathon Perry (R)

2080 49.82%
Nathan Granger (D) 2095 50.18%

Official Results for the October 22, 2011 Election

Governor

David Blanchard (NP)

375 2.41%
Leonard “Lenny” Bollingham (NP) 63 0.41%
“Ron” Ceasar (NP) 93 0.59%
Cary J. Deaton (D) 543 3.48%
Tara Hollis (D) 1719 11.04%
“Bobby” Jindal (R) 11727 75.36%
William Robert “Bob” Lang, Jr. (NP) 155 0.99%
Scott Lewis (L) 127 0.81%
“Niki Bird” Papazoglaskis (D) 235 1.51%
Ivo “Trey” Roberts (D) 523 3.36%

Lieutenant Governor

“Jay” Dardenne (R)

6384 44.22%
“Billy” Nungesser (R) 8052 55.78%

Secretary of State

“Tom” Schedler (R)

6607 47.78%
“Jim” Tucker (R) 7223 52.22%

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry

Belinda “B” Alexandranko (Rfm)

768 5.18%
Jamie LaBranche (D) 3003 20.29%
Michael G. “Mike” Strain (R) 11,028 74.53%

Commissioner of Insurance

“Jim” Donelon (R)

10,590 71.78%
Donald C. Hodge (D) 4164 28.22%

Member, State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education “BESE”

Dale Bayard (R)

4451 31.03%
Holly Boffy (R) 9891 68.97%

State Representative – 42nd District

Anthony Emmons (R)

3739 37.65%
Jack Montoucet (D) 6190 62.35%

Clerk of Court

Robert T. “Robby” Barousse (D)

9074 58.59%
Larry M. Lege (R) 6413 41.41%

Assessor

“Mike” Goss (D)

7713 49.24%
James J. “Jimbo” Petitjean (D) 7948 50.76%

Police Juror – District #1

Vernon “Step” Martin (D)

673 38.74%
Alton “Al” Stevenson (D) 782 45.03%
Hiliary Wilson (NP) 282 16.23%

Police Juror – District #3

Julie LeJeune Borill (D)

1052 51.54%
Michael Chiasson (D) 578 28.31%
Kermit Richard (NP) 411 20.13%

Police Juror – District #4

Ellis J. “Pete” LeJeune (D)

380 22.30%
John H. Quebodeaux (D) 559 32.80%
Dale Trahan (D) 765 44.90%

Police Juror – District #5

Jimmie Pellerin (D)

1019 50.09%
Thomas “TJ” Sonnier (D) 1015 49.91%

Police Juror – District #6

John Beard (D)

723 41.81%
A. “Jay” Credeur (D) 1006 58.19%

Police Juror – District #7

Cade Benoit (D)

793 41.74%
David Savoy (R) 1107 58.26%

Police Juror – District #8

Robert J. Guidry (D)

1062 53.69%
Felton “Tony” Moreau (D) 916 46.31%

Justice of the Peace (Special) – Ward 5

Lawrence “Rusty” Broussard, Jr. (D)

913 75.33%
Michael Shayne Richard (D) 299 24.67%

Alderman – Village of Morse (Special)

Chastity Richard Coats (D)

92 31.29%
Roger “Red” Fuselier (D) 202 68.71%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1

Summary: To dedicate funds for the TOPS program relative to the portion of the monies deposited in and credited to the Millennium Trust each year from the Tobacco Master Settlement, to provide that once the balance in the Millennium Trust reaches a total of one billion three hundred eighty million dollars, one hundred percent of the annual Settlement Proceeds shall be allocated to the TOPS Fund to support state programs of financial assistance for students attending Louisiana postsecondary education institutions; to provide relative to the rate of tax on certain tobacco products and beginning July 1, 2012, to dedicate such tobacco revenues to the Health Excellence Fund to be used for the purposes of the fund, including providing for the optimal development of Louisiana’s children through the provision of appropriate health care and providing health care initiatives through innovation in advanced health care initiatives; to provide for the deposit, transfer, or credit of certain monies in the Millennium Trust to the Health Excellence Fund, the Education Excellence Fund, and the TOPS Fund.

For

9730 69.82%
Against 4205 43.98%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2

Summary: To require in fiscal years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 that five percent of money designated in the official forecast as nonrecurring be applied toward the balance of the unfunded accrued liability which existed as of June 30, 1988, for the Louisiana State Employees’ Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System of Louisiana. To further require that in Fiscal year 2015-2016 and every fiscal year thereafter that ten percent of such nonrecurring revenue be applied to such purposes.

For

7561 56.01%
Against 5938 43.99%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #3

Summary: To authorize the legislature to establish a private custodial fund, designated as the Patient’s Compensation Fund, for the use, benefit, and protection of medical malpractice claimants and private health care provider members; to provide that assets of the fund shall not be state property.

For

6778 51.40%
Against 6407 48.60%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #4

Summary: To provide that if at any time mineral revenues exceed the base provided by law and monies are withdrawn from the Budget Stabilization Fund, no deposit of mineral revenues shall be made to the Budget Stabilization Fund in the same or ensuing fiscal year in which monies in the fund are appropriated or incorporated into the official forecast, except by specific legislative appropriation, and thereafter deposits of mineral revenues into the fund shall resume except in an annual amount not to exceed one-third of the most recent amount appropriated or incorporated into the official forecast.

For

5805 44.77%
Against 7159 55.23%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #5

Summary: To amend provisions relative to tax sales in order to maintain an existing exemption from the minimum bid requirements for tax sales in the city of New Orleans due to changes in populations according to the 2010 census.

For

5309 41.15%
Against 7591 58.85%

Parish-wide Proposition – Disabled Veterans Homestead Exemption

Summary: Authorizes an additional homestead exemption in the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana, for certain disabled veterans and surviving spouses in accordance with and subject to the provisions of Article VII, Section 21(K) of the Louisiana Constitution.

Yes

9874 73.19%
No 3616 26.81%

Sales Tax District #2 Proposition

Summary: 15 year, one percent (1%) sales and use tax renewal with the proceeds of the tax to be dedicated and used for repairing, constructing, improving and maintaining Parish roads and bridges in the unincorporated areas of Acadia Parish, including incidental drainage in connection therewith and acquiring equipment therefor.

Yes

3750 55.14%
No 3050 44.86%

City of Crowley Proposition – Sales and Use Tax Levy City Infrastructure & Capital Improvements

Summary: 1/2%, 15 years sales and use tax levy for acquiring, constructing, maintaining and improving infrastructure and capital improvements within the City, with the proceeds of the tax to be subject to funding into bonds.

Yes

1358 46.60%
No 1556 53.40%

Fire Protection District #1 Proposition #1 – Tax Renewal

Summary: 10 year, 4.83 mills property tax renewal for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating fire protection facilities and equipment in and for Fire Protection District #1, and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes.

Yes

210 53.16%
No 185 46.83%

Fire Protection District #1 Proposition #2 – Tax Renewal

Summary: 10 year, 3 mills property tax renewal for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating fire protection facilities and equipment in and for Fire Protection District #1, and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes.

Yes

216 55.38%
No 174 44.62%

Official Results for the November 19, 2011 Election

Police Juror – District #1 Run-off

Dale Trahan (D)

641 68.77%
John H. Quebodeaux (D) 291 31.23%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Summary: To prohibit the levy of new taxes or fees upon the sale or transfer of immovable property, including documentary transaction taxes or fees, or any other tax or fee, by the state or any of its political subdivisions after November 30, 2011.

For

4501 91.26%
Against 431 8.73%

Acadia/St. Landry Hospital Service District Proposition – Tax Renewal

Summary: 10 year. 7.67 mills tax renewal for acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and operating the hospital facilities of the District.

Yes

490 76.08%
No 154 23.92%