Official Results for the October 24, 2015 Election

Governor – Statewide
 Acadia Only

Scott Angelle – Republican

5884 33.85%
Beryl Billiot – No Party 67 0.39%
“Jay” Dardenne – Republican 2176 12.52%
Cary Deaton – Democrat 115 0.66%
John Bel Edwards – Democrat 5220 30.03%
Jeremy “JW” Odom – No Party 78 0.45%
Eric Paul Orgeron – Other 35 0.20%
S L Simpson – Democrat 78 0.45%
David Vitter – Republican 3729 21.45%

Lieutenant Governor – Statewide
Acadia Only

Elbert Lee Guillory – Republican

2247 13.29%
Melvin L. “Kip” Holden – Democrat 2855 16.88%
“Billy” Nungesser – Republican 6620 39.15%
John Young – Republican 5187 30.68%

Secretary of State – Statewide
Acadia Only

“Tom” Schedler – Republican

12258 75.09%
“Chris” Tyson – Democrat 4067 24.91%

Attorney General – Statewide
Acadia Only

Geraldine “Geri” Broussard Baloney – Democrat

1627 9.69%
James D. “Buddy” Caldwell – Republican 5670 33.78%
Isaac “Ike” Jackson – Democrat 942 5.61%
“Jeff” Landry – Republican 8183 48.75%
“Marty” Maley – Republican 365 2.17%

State Treasurer – Statewide
Acadia Only

John Kennedy – Republican

12635 78.68%
Jennifer Treadway – Republican 3424 21.32%

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry – Statewide
Acadia Only

“Charlie” Greer – Democrat

2881 17.50%
Adrian “Ace” Juttner – Green 326 1.98%
Jamie LaBranche – Republican 1250 7.59%
Michael G. “Mike” Strain – Republican 12010 72.93%

Commissioner of Insurance – Statewide
Acadia Only

“Jim” Donelon – Republican

9615 58.57%
Donald Hodge, Jr. – Democrat 1889 11.51%
Charlotte C. McDaniel McGehee – Democrat 2300 14.01%
Matt Parker – Republican 2613 15.92%

Member, State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education “BESE” District 7 – Multiparish
Acadia Only

Holly Franks Boffy – Republican

8550 53.66%
“Mike” Kreamer – Republican 7384 46.34%

State Representative District 41 – Multiparish
Acadia Only

Phillip DeVillier – Republican

3959 57.57%
“Greg” Fruge – Republican 2124 39.76%
Germaine Simpson – Democrat 794 11.55%

Sheriff

K.P. Gibson – Democrat

9544 54.95%
Keith Latiola – Democrat 6905 39.76%
Brian Richard – Republican 919 5.29%

Police Juror – District 2

A.J. “Fatty” Broussard – Republican

1212 43.10%
“Ronnie” Fabacher – Republican 987 35.10%
Terry L. Lacombe – Republican 613 21.80%

Police Juror – District 3

Julie LeJeune Borill – Democrat

777 39.89%
“Chuck” Broussard – Democrat 1171 60.11%

Police Juror – District 4

Kerry T. Kilgore – Republican

959 54.49%
Dale Trahan – Democrat 801 45.51%

Police Juror – District 5

Aleke V. Kanonu, Jr – Democrat

883 44.71%
Jimmie Pellerin – Democrat 1092 55.29%

Police Juror – District 6

Kem Arceneaux – Democrat

418 20.14%
“Tony” Broussard – Other 150 7.23%
A.J. “Jay” Credeur – Democrat 598 28.82%
Richard A. Faul – Democrat 909 43.81%

Police Juror – District 7

“Pat” Daigle – Democrat

872 37.34%
Marron O. Lollis – Republican 176 7.54%
David Savoy 1287 55.12%

Police Juror – District 8

Robert J. Guidry – Republican

1536 63.39%
Felton Moreau – Democrat 887 36.61%

Iota Chief of Police – Special Election

Damon J. Daigle – Republican

299 61.02%
Harold “Jamie” Doucet – Democrat 191 38.98%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1 – Budget and Transportation Stabilization Trust

Summary: Do you support an amendment to rename the Budget Stabilization Fund to the Budget and Transportation Stabilization Trust; to authorize the mineral revenue base to be increased every five years to create the Budget Stabilization Subfund as a subfund in the Trust, to be funded with mineral revenues until reaching a maximum balance of five hundred million dollars, to be appropriated and used when the state has a deficit; to create the Transportation Stabilization Subfund as a subfund in the Trust, to be funded with mineral revenues until reaching a maximum balance of five hundred million dollars, to be appropriated and used for planning, design, construction, and maintenance connected with the state highway program, with twenty percent dedicated for use by the Louisiana Intermodal  Connector Program; and to provide for the interruption of deposits into the year that the state has a deficit and the following year with the resumption of deposit of mineral revenues in the Budget and Transportation Stabilization Trust thereafter?

Yes

7068 49.87%
No 8113 53.44%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2 -Funds for Transportation

Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the investment of funds for a state infrastructure bank to be used solely for transportation projects?

Yes

7692 49.87%
No 7732 50.13%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #3 – Fiscal Legislative Session

Summary: Do you support an amendment to allow any legislation regarding the dedication of revenue, rebates, and taxes to be considered during a fiscal legislative session?

Yes

5945 38.94%
No 9323 61.06%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #4 -Property Tax Exemption for Public Land/Property

Summary: Do you support an amendment to specify that the ad valorem property tax exemption for public lands and other public property shall not apply to land or property owned by another state or a political subdivision of another state?

Yes

7345 48.15%
No 7908 51.85%

Fire Protection District #8 Proposition – ($25 Parcel Fee Increase)

Summary: Shall Fire Protection District #8 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to increase the parcel fee of Twenty-five ($25.00) on each lot, subdivided portion of ground or individual tract upon which is located, either in whole or in part, a residential or commercial structure, regardless of the structure’s being occupied or unoccupied (each such portion of ground or tract hereinafter defined as a “Parcel”), presently authorized for a period of ten (10) years a parcel fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per Parcel, commencing with the year 2016 and continuing through the year 2022 (an estimated $33,500 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?

Yes

240 49.38%
No 246 50.62%

Fire Protection District #10 Proposition – ($50 Parcel Fee Renewal)

Summary: Shall Fire Protection District #10 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), continue to levy and collect annually for a period of Ten (10) Years, beginning with the year 2016, a fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) on each lot, subdivided portion of ground or individual tract upon which is located, (an estimated $130,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the special assessment fee for an entire year) either in whole or in part, a residential or commercial structure, regardless of the structure’s being occupied or unoccupied, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, maintaining and operating fire protection facilities and equipment, including paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes, the salaries of firemen and all purposes incidental thereto, and shall the District be further authorized to fund the proceeds of said parcel fee into bonds to pay the costs of capital improvements, said bonds to be issued from time to time in the manner provided by law, including, but not limited to, Section 1505 of Title 40 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended?

Yes

918 60.16%
No 608 39.84%

Consolidated Gravity Drainage District #1 Proposition #1 (Tax Renewal)

Summary: Shall Consolidated Gravity Drainage District #1 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy a special tax of eight and fifty-six hundredths (8.56) mills on all the property subject to taxation in the District (an estimated $143,000 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 2016 and ending with the year 2025, for the purpose of constructing, improving, maintaining and operating gravity drainage works within the District, including the acquisition of equipment therefor?

Yes

475 47.22%
No 531 52.78%

Consolidated Gravity Drainage District #1 Proposition #2 (Tax Renewal)

Summary: Shall Consolidated Gravity Drainage District #1 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy a special tax of eight and  twenty-four hundredths (824) mills on all the property subject to taxation in the District (an estimated $139,200 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2018 and ending with the year 2027, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, maintaining or operating gravity drainage works within and for the District?

Yes

458 45.75%
No 543 54.25%

Click below for detailed results for the November 21, 2015 Election.
Acadia Detailed Results 10 24 2015

Un-Official Results for the November 21, 2015 Election

Governor – Statewide
 Acadia Only

John Bel Edwards – Democrat

6395 42.66%
David Vitter – Republican 8595 57.34%

Lieutenant Governor – Statewide
 Acadia Only

Melvin L. “Kip” Holden – Democrat

4548 30.78%
“Billy” Nungesser 10224 69.22%

Attorney General – Statewide
 Acadia Only

James D. “Buddy” Caldwell – Republican

4969 34.05%
“Jeff” Landry 9623 65.95%

Police Juror – District 2
 Parts Acadia

A.J. “Fatty” Broussard – Republican

1115 46.01%
“Ronnie” Fabacher – Republican 1308 53.99%

Police Juror – District 6
 Parts Acadia

A.J. “Jay” Credeur – Democrat

748 38.34%
Richard Faul – Democrat 1203 61.66%

City of Crowley Proposition – Sales Tax Rededication and Continuation

Summary: Shall the proceeds of the one-half (1/2) Cent sales and use tax authorized by election held on November 28, 1981, be rededicated and continued under the applicable provisions of Article VI of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, as amended, the applicable provisions of Title 47 and Title 18 of the Louisiana Statutes of 1950, as amended, (“Act”), and the City of Crowley, State of Louisiana, (“City”) be authorized to adopt an ordinance to levy and collect a one-half (1/2) of one (1%) percent tax (“Tax”) in perpetuity upon the sale at retail, use, lease or rental, consumption and storage for use or consumption, of tangible personal property and on sales of services in the City, as hereafter defined in Title 47, beginning April 1, 2016 (estimated first year revenue of $1,550,000.00), with the proceeds of the Tax (after payment of costs of collection/administration) dedicated to raises for full-time city personnel; distributed one-third (1/3) to fire personnel, one-third (1/3) to police personnel, and one-third (1/3) to remaining City employees, including the payment of increased fringe expenses incurred by the City including but not limited to taxes, FICA, Medicare, retirement, workers compensation and unemployment compensation necessary to implement said raises?

Yes

2007 69.43%
No 884 30.57%

Town of Duson Proposition – 4% New Hotel Occupancy Tax
Parts Acadia

Summary: Shall the Town of Duson, State of Louisiana (the ”Town”), under the provisions of Act No. 53 of the 2015 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature (the ‘!Act”), and other constitutional and statutory authority, be authorized to levy and collect a tax of four percent (4%) (the “Tax”), in perpetuity, be ginning January 1, 2016, upon the paid occupancy of hotel rooms within the Town (the Tax to be in addition to any other taxes thereon) ($28,046 expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the Tax for an entire year), with the proceeds of the Tax (after paying reasonable and necessary costs and expenses of collecting and administering the Tax) to be used to fund economic development, the promotion of tourism, and related infrastructure within the Town, the term “hotel” having the meaning set forth in the Act?

Yes

5 71.42%
No 2 28.58%

School District No. 7 Proposition (Bond)
Parts Acadia
Summary:  Shall School District No.7 of the Second Police Jury Ward of the Parish of Evangeline, Louisiana, and the Seventh Police Jury Ward of the Parish of Acadia, Louisiana (the “District”), incur debt and issue bonds to the amount of not exceeding Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($S,500,000 to run not exceeding twenty (20) year’s from date thereof, with interest at a rate or rates not exceeding seven per centum (7%) per annum, for the purpose of acquiring and/or improving lands for building sites and playgrounds, including construction of necessary sidewalks and streets adjacent thereto; purchasing; erecting and/or improving school buildings and other school related facilities within and for the District and acquiring the necessary equipment and furnishings therefor, title to which shall be in the public; which bonds will be general obligations of the District and will be payable from ad valorem taxes to be levied and collected in the manner provided by Article VI, Section 33 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana of 1974 and statutory authority supplemental thereto, with an estimated 13 mills to be levied in the first year of Issue to pay said Bonds?

Yes

148 65.49%
No 78 34.51%

Iota Fire Protection District Proposition No. 1 – Tax Renewal
Parts Acadia
Summary: Shall Iota Fire Protection District of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy a tax of ten and sixty hundredths (10,60) mills on all the property subject to taxation in the District (an estimated $106,000 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 2016 and ending with the year 2025,
for the purpose of maintaining and operating fire protection facilities, purchasing fire trucks and other fire fighting equipment and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes?

Yes

722 80.32%
No 177 19.68%

Iota Fire Protection District Proposition No. 2 – Tax Renewal
Parts Acadia
Summary: Shall Iota Fire Protection District of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy a tax of eleven and forty-nine hundredths (11.49)mills tax on all the property subject to taxation In the District (an estimated $114,900 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 2016 and ending with the year 2025,for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating fire protection facilities and equipment for the District, and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection purposes?

Yes

697 77.79%
No 199 22.21%

Acadia-Evangeline Fire Protection District Proposition (Millage Renewal)
Parts Acadia
Summary: Shall Acadia·Evangeline Fire Protection District of the Parishes of Acadia and Evangeline, State of Louisiana (the “District”), levy a special tax of four and ten hundredths (4.10) mills on all property subject to taxation In the District (an estimated $209.000 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 2016 and ending with the year 2026 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and operating the District’s fire protection facilities, including equipment, and paying the cost of obtaining water for fire protection?

Yes

200 71.94%
No 78 28.06%

Bayou des-Cannes-Nezpique Gravity Drainage District Proposition (Tax Renewal)
Parts Acadia
Summary:  Shall Bayou des-Cannes Nezpique Gravity Drainage District of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), levy a special tax of six (6) mills on all the property subject to taxation in the District (an estimated $612,000 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 2016 and ending with the year 2025, for the purpose of maintaining and/or operating the District’s gravity drainage works?

Yes

484 67.31%
No 235 32.69%

Click below for detailed results for the November 21, 2015 Election.
Acadia Detailed Results 11 21 2015