Official Results for the April 5th, 2014 Election

Fire Protection District #1 Proposition (Parcel Fee)

Summary: Shall Fire Protection District #1 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), levy and collect annually for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2014, a parcel fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) on each lot, subdivided portion of ground or individual tract upon which is located, either in whole or part, a residential or commercial structure, regardless of the structure’s being occupied or unoccupied (an estimated $42,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the parcel fee for an entire year), for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, maintaining and operating fire protection facilities and equipment for the District, including the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes and all purposes incidental thereto?

Yes

62 65.96%
No 32 34.04%

Official Results for the May 3rd, 2014 Election

Senior Citizen Programs Proposition – Parishwide (Tax Renewal)

Summary: Shall the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”), continue to levy a one and one-half (1-1/2) mills tax on all the property subject to taxation (an estimated $580,000 expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) in the Parish for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2015 and ending with the year 2024, for the purpose of providing funds for services to the elderly, including the establishment and maintenance 0f centers for senior citizens?

Yes

1657 86.49%
No 259 13.51%

Library Proposition – Parishwide (Tax Renewal)

Summary: Shall the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”), continue to levy a four and twenty-five hundredths (4.25) mills tax on all property subject to taxation (an estimated $1,618,000 expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) within the Parish for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2015 and ending with the year 2024, for the purpose of improving, maintaining and operating public libraries for the Parish?

Yes

1627 85.14%
No 284 14.86%

City of Eunice Proposition – Multiparish (1% Sales Tax Rededication)

Summary: Shall the City of Eunice, State of Louisiana (the “City”), be authorized to rededicate the proceeds received or to be received from the levy and collection of a one percent (1%) sales and use tax (the “Tax”) previously authorized at elections held on May 22, 1962 and February 28, 1967 (the “Elections”) (an estimated $2,000,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the Tax for an entire year), so that in addition to the purposes previously approved at the Elections, not more the 10% of such proceeds may be used in each fiscal year for general municipal purposes in the event that unbudgeted emergency expenses are incurred by the City of Eunice in that year?

Yes

8 57.15%
No 6 42.85%

Official Results for the November 4, 2014 Election

US Senator – Statewide

“Bill” Cassidy

10196 46.94%
Mary Landrieu 5720 26.33%
“Rob” Maness 4569 21.03%
Vallian Senegal 312 1.43%
Wayne Ables 217 0.99%
Thomas Clement 214 0.98%
Brannon Lee McMorris 201 0.92%
Raymond Brown (Disqualified) 182 0.83%
William P. Waymire Jr. 108 0.49%

3rd Congressional District (Multi-parish)

Charles W. Boustany, Jr.

18394 86.72%
Russell Richard 1527 7.19%
Bryan Barrilleaux 1288 6.07

15th JDC District Judge (Parts Acadia)

David M. Smith

9377 47.84%
“Mike” Goss 4096 20.90%
Burleigh Doga 3120 15.91%
Jack Nickel 3010 15.35%

15th JDC District Attorney (Acadia/Lafayette/Vermilion)

Keith Stutes

10505 50.68%
“Mike” Harson 10221 49.32%

Eunice – City Judge (Multi-parish)

Paul Brown

46 33.09%
“Jay” Caswell 46 33.09%
“Terry” Hoychick 45 32.37%
Josie Frank 2 1.44%

Eunice – City Marshal (Multi-parish)

Terry J. Darbonne

116 87.21%
Ronnie L. Valenta 17 12.79%

Rayne – City Marshal

Alex “Joe” Lacroix

2276 45.77%
Jamie Conques 1695 34.09%
“Ronnie” Ron Lavergne 1001 20.14%

School Board – District 1

Israel Syria

1187 57.98%
Jeffrey A. “Jeff” Cavell 860 42.02%

School Board – District 3

Delo Hebert, Jr.

1331 61.96%
Dalton Newman 817 38.04%

School Board – District 5

David LaLande

1708 60.78%
Blane Harmon 1102 39.22%

School Board – District 6

Gene Daigle

1395 52.92%
Candy Leger 1241 47.08%

Justice of the Peace – Ward 3

Elton “Bee” Cormier

2241 68.86%
Penny Duplechain Chavis 1013 31.14%

Constable JOP – Ward 4

Douglas R. Short

975 41.79%
“Mike” Habetz 910 39.00%
Robert Bergeaux 448 19.21%

Mayor – City of Crowley

Greg Jones

2395 57.42%
“Jimmy” Broussard 1776 42.58%

Mayor – City of Rayne

“Chuck” Robichaux

2034 58.53%
Roland J. Boudreaux 1441 41.47%

Mayor – Town of Church Point

Russell “Coach” Stelly

1174 62.58%
Roger Boudreaux 702 37.42%

Mayor – Town of Basile

Mark Denette

9 100%
Berline B. Sonnier 0 0.00%

Mayor – Town of Iota

Julia “Mariette” Granger

361 69.96%
Damon Daigle 155 30.04%

Mayor – Village of Estherwood

Anthony Borill

212 78.81%
Bryan “Rickey” Monceaux 57 21.19%

Mayor – Village of Morse

Michael Chiasson

255 77.03%
Darlene J. Thibodeaux 76 22.97%

Chief of Police – City of Crowley

K.P. Gibson

3146 74.44%
Madeline Robinson Cronin 762 18.03%
Bendell Hunter 318 7.53%

Chief of Police – City of Eunice

“Randy” Fontenot

59 43.38%
Ronald J. Dies 36 26.47%
Bart L. Thibodeaux 24 17.64%
Raymond “Bubba” Cole 14 10.30%
Joseph “Jo Jo” Reed 3 2.21%

Chief of Police – City of Rayne

Carroll J. Stelly

1664 47.27%
Joseph “Joe” Caillet 1064 30.22%
George Melancon 573 16.27%
Terry Broussard 182 5.17%
David Sykes 37 1.06%

Chief of Police – Town of Church Point

Albert J. Venable, Sr.

1047 55.72%
Ronald Carrier 443 23.57%
Mark Gilliam 339 18.04%
“Kim” Foti 50 2.66%

Chief of Police – Village of Morse

August Guillory

193 58.48%
Gregory “Buddy” Guidry 100 30.30%
Landun Primeaux 37 11.21%

Alderman at Large – City of Eunice (Multi-parish)

I. Jackson “Jack” Burson, Jr.

61 50.41%
Chawana V. Fontenot 60 49.59%

Alderman at Large – City of Rayne

Lendell “Pete” Babineaux

1739 51.95%
Brian Seth Mouton 1327 39.65%
Maurice Menard 281 8.40%

Alderman – Town of Basile District 1

Frank Ceasar, Sr.

0 0.00%
Darrell Reed 0 0.00%

Alderman Ward 1 – City of Rayne

Anna “Ann” Domingue-Washington

351 43.55%
Curtrese Minix 343 42.56%
Romel Charles 90 11.16%
“Jim” Salter 22 2.73%

Alderman Ward 1 – Town of Church Point

Gene Malbrough

251 55.28%
Adrian “A D” Duplechain 119 26.21%
Debra Guidry Thomas 84 18.51%

Alderman – City of Rayne Ward 2

Kenneth Guidry

285 38.10%
Larry J. Menard 266 35.56%
Aleke V. Kanonu, Jr. 197 26.34%

Alderman – City of Rayne Ward 3

Calise Michael Doucet

446 52.16%
Daniel “Big D” Venable 409 47.84%

Alderman – City of Crowley Ward 3 Div. B

Ezora Proctor

747 76.61%
Walter Andrus 228 23.39%

Alderman – Town of Church Point Ward 3

Gary J. Duplechin

217 66.76%
Diane Fonte 108 33.24%

Alderman – City of Rayne Ward 4

James “Jimmy” Fontenot

430 46.18%
Gerald Foreman 311 33.41%
Elaine “Mama Wolf” Sias 190 20.41

Alderman – City of Crowley Ward 4 Div. B

“Tim” Monceaux

516 57.58%
John “Larry” Dubose 293 32.71%
“Mike” Ritchie 87 9.71%

Alderman – Town of Church Point Ward 4

Robert Dale Wimberley

187 50.81%
“Chris” Lebas 120 32.61%
“Cathy Barousse” Perkins 61 16.57%

Alderman – Town of Church Point Ward 5

Errol “Slu” Comeaux

171 65.01%
Donald Lejeune 92 34.99%

Alderman – City of Eunice Ward 3 (Multi-parish)

James “Jr.” Bergeron

74 61.15%
Marion “Nootsie” Sattler 47 38.85%

Alderman – Town of Basile Dist. 2 (Multi-parish) 3 to be elected

Hunter D. Ortego

8 34.79%
Carmen Ardoin Langley 7 30.44%
Bron Dubroc 5 21.74%
Rodney J. Bellon 2 8.69%
John “J.J.” Jenkins 1 4.34%

Alderman – Town of Duson (Multi-parish) 5 to be elected

Marquita Robertson Henry

18 17.30%
Carroll Pepper 13 12.50%
Sandra Lagneaux 11 10.57%
Laurie Leon 11 10.57%
Jimmy Champagne 8 7.69%
Wade Robin 8 7.69%
Gloria Breaux Sanchez 8 7.69%
Eugene “Gene” Cahanin 6 5.76%
Coby Duhon 6 5.76%
Carolyn “Pepe” Richard 6 5.76%
“Steve” Hanks 5 4.80%
Daniel “Danny” Forestier 3 2.88%
Steven Breaux 1 0.96%

Alderman – Town of Iota (5 to be elected)

Cody Leckelt

393 17.74%
James “Quillan” Bertrand 348 15.71%
Warren Pousson 323 14.58%
Troy Lantz 316 14.26%
Brenda H. Prather 303 13.67%
Raleigh J. Miller 291 13.13%
Morris “Dukey” Ledet 241 10.88%

Alderman – Village of Mermentau (3 to be elected)

Troy Cormier

180 32.43%
Juanita Richard 160 28.83%
David Fruge 146 26.31%
Theresa Simon 69 12.43%

Alderman – Village of Morse (3 to be elected)

Eric Primeaux

260 29.92%
Peggy S. Romero 213 24.52%
Raymond Leger 175 20.14%
Ross Michael Trahan 130 14.95%
Hollins Trahan, Sr. 91 10.47%

Constitutional Amendment #1 – Medical Asst. Trust Fund
Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the legislature to create the Louisiana Medical Assistance Trust Fund, for the payment of Medicaid reimbursement to the health care provider groups paying the fees into the fund?

Yes

13477 65.94%
No 6963 34.06%

Constitutional Amendment #2 – Hospital Stabilization Fund
Summary: Do you support an amendment to create the Hospital Stabilization Fund to stabilize and protect Medicaid reimbursements for health care services by depositing assessments paid by hospitals, as authorized by the legislature, into a fund to support Louisiana hospital reimbursement?

Yes

13167 64.88%
No 7130 35.12%

Constitutional Amendment #3 – Tax Sale
Summary: Do you support an amendment allowing an authorized agent of a tax collector to assist in the tax sale process, including the sale of property for delinquent taxes and that the  fee charged by the authorized agent be included within the costs that the collector can recover in the tax sale?

No

12863 66.38%
Yes 6514 33.62%

Constitutional Amendment #4 – Investment of Public Funds
Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the investment of public funds to capitalize a state infrastructure bank and the loan, pledge, guarantee, or donation of public funds by a state infrastructure bank for eligible transportation projects?

No

13781 72.03%
Yes 5350 27.97%

Constitutional Amendment #5 – Remove Mandatory Retirement Age for Judges
Summary: Do you support an amendment to remove the constitutional requirement that a judge retire upon attaining the age of 70 or, if his seventieth birthday occurs during his term, that he retire upon completion of that term?

No

11959 61.43%
Yes 7507 38.57%

Constitutional Amendment #6 – New Orleans Fire and Police Protection

Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the governing authority of Orleans Parish to increase the annual millage rate levied for fire and police protection, to require that the revenue from the fire and police millages be used for fire and police protection service enhancements, and to require that any increase be approved by the voters of Orleans Parish?

No

10795 57.42%
Yes 8004 42.58%

Constitutional Amendment #7 – Disabled Veterans Homestead

Summary: Do you support an amendment to provide that the homesteads of veterans with a service-connected disability rating of one hundred percent unemployability or totally disabled by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, and their surviving spouses, shall be exempt from ad valorem taxation for up to one hundred fifty thousand dollars, and that a parish-wide vote shall not be required to implement this change in qualification for the exemption?

Yes

13944 72.23%
No 5361 27.77%

Constitutional Amendment #8 – Artificial Reef Development Fund

Summary: Do you support an amendment to establish the Artificial Reef Development Fund in the state treasury by depositing in to the fund monies that have been received by the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries in the form of grants, donations, or other assistance to proved funding for programs dedicated to managing an artificial reef system, the wild seafood certification program, and inshore fisheries habitat enhancement projects?

Yes

11268 58.75%
No 7909 41.24%

Constitutional Amendment #9 – Disabled Special Assessment Level

Summary: Do you support an amendment to exclude owners who are permanently totally disabled from the requirement that they annually certify to the assessor the amount of their adjusted gross income in order to receive the Special Assessment Level on their residences for property tax purposes?

No

10812 56.54%
Yes 8308 43.46%

Constitutional Amendment #10 – Redemption Period on Property
Summary: Do you support an amendment providing for an eighteen-month redemption period in any parish other than Orleans, for vacant property sold at tax sale which is blighted or abandoned?

No

9898 51.91%
Yes 9169 48.09%

Constitutional Amendment #11 – Executive Branch Departments
Summary: Do you support an amendment to change the maximum number of departments in the executive branch of state government from twenty to twenty-one?

No

13988 73.34%
Yes 5083 26.66%

Constitutional Amendment #12 – Wildlife and Fisheries Commission
Summary: Do you support an amendment to require that two members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission be electors from parishes located north of the parishes of Beauregard, Allen, Evangeline, Avoyelles, and Pointe Coupee?

No

12506 65.72%
Yes 6522 34.28%

Constitutional Amendment #13 – Lower 9th Ward Property Sale by Orleans
Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the governing authority of the City of New Orleans to sell at a price fixed by the legislature property located in the Lower Ninth Ward of the city of New Orleans?

No

11874 63.47%
Yes 6834 36.53%

Constitutional Amendment #14 – Tax Abatement Election Dates
Summary: Do you support an amendment to provide that legislation relative to tax rebates, tax incentives, and tax abatements may not be introduced or considered by the legislature in a regular session held in an even-numbered year?

No

11717 61.92%
Yes 7205 38.08%

Official Results for the December 6, 2014 Election

US Senator (Statewide)

“Bill” Cassidy

13290 73.66%
Mary Landrieu 4751 26.34%

15th JDC District Judge

David M. Smith

11458 70.32%
“Mike” Goss 4834 29.68%

Eunice – City Judge (Multi-parish)

“Terry” Hoychick

74 59.20%
Paul Brown 51 40.80%

Rayne – City Marshal

Alex “Joe” Lacroix

2275 51.65%
Jamie Conques 2130 48.35%

Constable JOP – Ward 4

Douglas R. Short

1192 58.04%
“Mike” Habetz 862 41.96%

Chief of Police – City of Eunice (Multi-parish)

“Randy” Fontenot

89 72.35%
Raymond “Bubba” Cole 34 27.65%

Chief of Police – City of Rayne

Carroll J. Stelly

1589 51.64%
Joseph “Joe” Caillet 1488 48.36%

Alderman Ward 1 – City of Rayne

Curtrese Minix

377 52.51%
Anna “Ann” Domingue-Washington 341 47.49%

Alderman – City of Rayne Ward 2

Kenneth Guidry

371 54.23%
Larry J. Menard 313 45.77%

Alderman – City of Rayne Ward 4

James “Jimmy” Fontenot

466 56.00%
Gerald Foreman 366 44.00%

Alderman – Town of Duson (Multi-parish) 3 to be elected

Jimmy Champagne

9 18.75%
Sandra Lagneaux 9 18.75%
Carolyn “Pepe” Richard 9 18.75%
Wade Robin 8 16.66%
Laurie Leon 7 14.58%
Coby Duhon 6 12.50%

Town of Iota Proposition #1 – Renewal of 10 year tax for roads, highways, etc.

Summary: Shall the Town of Iota, State of Louisiana, levy and collect a Five (5) Mills Tax (“Renewal”) on all property subject to taxation situated in said Town (current estimated annual amount of $21, 300.00), annually for a period of ten (10) years, commencing with the year 2015 and ending in the year 2024, for the purpose of maintaining public buildings, improving and maintaining streets, roads, highways and avenues within the said Town?

Yes

239 63.56%
No 137 36.44%

Town of Iota Proposition #2 – Renewal of 10 year tax for roads, drainage, etc.

Summary: Shall the Town of Iota, State of Louisiana, levy and collect a Five (5) Mills Tax (“Renewal”) on all property subject to taxation situated in said Town (current estimated annual amount of $21, 300.00), annually for a period of ten (10) years, commencing with the year 2015 and ending in the year 2024, for the purpose of maintaining public buildings, improving and maintaining bridges and the drainage system of the said Town?

Yes

236 63.56%
No 139 36.44%

 

Town of Basile Proposition – Renewal of 10 year tax Misc. Town Projects (Multi-parish)

Summary: Shall the Town of Basile, Parishes of Evangeline and Acadia,  State of Louisiana (the “Town”), be authorized to continue to levy a special tax of eight (8) mills on all property subject to taxation in the Town (an estimated $38,597.50 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2015 and ending with the year 2024, for the purpose of maintaining drainage facilities, streets, street lighting facilities, bridges, sidewalks, waterworks, sewers and sewerage disposal works, recreational facilities, public parks, public buildings and fire department stations and equipment, including fire engines and payment of salaries for fire department and garbage collection and disposal facilities including the purchasing or constructing within the municipality or adjoining area or areas outside of the corporate limits of the municipality, but within the Parishes of Evangeline and Acadia, industrial plant buildings and other necessary property, appurtenances or equipment, therefor, or for any one or more of said purposes?

Yes

6 100.00%
No 0 0.00%