Official Results for the March 5, 2016 Election

Presidential Nominee – Democratic Party
 Acadia Only

Steve Burke

131 3.78%
Hillary Clinton 1863 53.74%
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente 55 1.59%
Henry Hewes 28 0.81%
Keith Judd 56 1.62%
Martin J. O’Malley 68 1.96%
“Bernie” Sanders 1087 31.37%
Michael A. Steinberg 26 0.75%
Willie L. Wilson 40 1.15%
John Wolfe 112 3.23%

Presidential Nominee – Republican Party
 Acadia Only

“Jeb” Bush

24 0.63%
“Ben” Carson 70 1.84%
“Chris” Christie 6 0.16%
Timothy “Tim” Cook 2 0.05%
“Ted” Cruz 1454 38.22%
“Carly” Florina 1 0.03%
Lindsey Graham 0 0.00%
“Mike” Huckabee 11 0.29%
John R. Kasich 129 3.39%
Peter Messinaa 1 0.03%
“Rand” Paul 7 0.18%
Marco Rubio 403 10.59%
“Rick” Santorum 2 0.05%
Donald Trump 1694 44.53%

Members of Republican State Central Committee
 26th Senatorial District, Div. A

Raymond “LaLa” Lalonde, Sr.

136 66.34%
Larry Usner 69 33.66%

Chief of Police – City of Crowley (Special Election)
 City of Crowley

Oliver Bernard (D)

281 9.96%
A. “Jimmy” Broussard (D) 954 33.81%
Scott Fogleman (D) 1051 37.24%
Berton Gauthreaux (D) 536 18.99%

Mayor – City of Eunice
 City of Eunice – Part Acadia

Scott A. Fontenot (NP)

56 65.12%
“Tim” Longman (R) 1 1.16%
Ronald Miller (R) 25 29.07%
William “Mr. Bill” Thompson (D) 4 4.65%

Mayor – Village of Morse
 Village of Morse

Dale Louvierre (D)

103 46.82%
Darlene Thibodeaux (D) 117 53.18%

I0ta-Egan Oilfield Consolidated School District No. 8 Proposition (Renewal)

Summary: Shall the Iota-Egan Oilfield Consolidated School District No. 8 of the Parish of Acadia, Louisiana (the “District”), continue to levy a special tax of ten (10) mills on all of the property subject to taxation in said District (an estimated $1,115,324.00 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2017 and ending with the year 2026, for the purpose of giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools including the funding of the construction, improvement, maintenance and operation of public school buildings and the acquisition of the necessary equipment and furnishings therefor?

Yes

660 69.84%
No 285 30.16%

Church Point School District No. 6 Proposition

Summary: Shall Church Point District No. 6 of Acadia Parish, Louisiana (the “District”), levy a special tax of ten (10) mills on all property subject to taxation in said District (an estimated $766,460.00 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 giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools including the funding of the construction, improvement, maintenance and operation of public school buildings and the acquisition of the necessary equipment and furnishings therefor?

Yes

846 63.66%
No 483 36.34%

Fifth Ward School District No. 7 Proposition (Maintenance Tax Renewal)

Summary: Shall Fifth Ward School District No. 7 of Acadia Parish, Louisiana (the “District”), continue to levy a special tax of thirteen and forty-five hundredths (13.45) mills on all of the property subject to taxation in said District (an estimated $221,556.00 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for en entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2017 and ending with the year 2026, for the purpose of giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools including the funding of the construction, improvement, maintenance and operation of public school buildings and the acquisition of the necessary equipment of furnishings therefor?

Yes

445 80.76%
No 106 19.24%

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Official Results for the April 9, 2016 Election

Chief of Police – City of Crowley (Special Election)
 City of Crowley

A. “Jimmy” Broussard (D)

1330 54.68%
Scott Fogleman (D) 1102 45.32%

Consolidated Gravity Drainage District #1 Proposition (Tax Continuation)

Summary: Shall Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No. 1 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), be authorized to continue to levy and 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 thereof?

Yes

147 83.05%
No 30 16.95%

Second Ward Gravity Drainage District No. 1 Proposition (Millage Renewal)

Summary: Shall the Second Ward Gravity Drainage District No. 1 of the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana (the “District”), levy a special tax of ten (10) mills on all the property subject to taxation within the District (an estimated $110,000 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 2017 and ending with the year 2026, for the purposes of constructing, improving, maintaining and operating drainage works for the District?

Yes

23 46.93%
No 26 53.07%

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Official Results for the November 8, 2016 Election

Presidential Electors
 Acadia Only

Trump – Pence (R)

21159 77.26%
Clinton – Kaine (D)
5638 20.58%
Johnson – Weld (Lbt)
281 1.02%
Stein – Green (Grn)
106 0.38%
McCullin – Johnson (Courage)
74 0.27%
Castle – Bradley (Const)
50 0.18%
Keniston – Taylor (Veterans)
28 0.10%
Kotlikoff – Lea (Children)
13 0.04%
Hoefling – Life (Const)
10 0.03%
Jacob – Fambro (Trustworthy)
9 0.03%
Kennedy – Hart (Socialist)
8 0.02%
La Riva – Puryear (Socialism)
5 0.01%
White – Niemuth (Equality)
5 0.01%

U.S. Senator
 Acadia Only

Charles Boustany (R)

12181 46.16%
John Kennedy (R)
4818 18.26%
“Rob” Maness (R)
2259 8.56%
Foster Campbell (D)
2094 7.93%
Caroline Fayard (D)
1487 5.63%
John Fleming (R)
994 3.76%
David Duke (R)
817 3.09%
Derrick Edwards (D)
323 1.22%
Donald “Crawdaddy” Crawford (R)
292 1.10%
Gary Landrieu (D)
257 0.97%
Beryl Billiot (NP)
185 0.70%
Troy Hebert (NP)
149 0.56%
“Joseph” Cao (R)
113 0.42%
Thomas P. Clements (LBT)
78 0.29%
Joshua Pellerin (D)
78 0.29%
Peter Williams (D)
63 0.23%
MV “Vinny” Mendoza (D)
43 0.16%
Charles Marsala (R)
40 0.15%
Le Roy Gillam (LBT)
35 0.13%
Kaitlin Marone (NP)
23 0.08%
William Robert “Bob” Lang Jr.
21 0.07%
Abhay Patel (R)
12 0.04%
Gregory Taylor Jr. (O)
12 0.04%
Arden Wells (NP)
11 0.04%

U.S. Congressman – 3rd Congressional District
 Acadia Only

Clay Higgins (R)

12181 46.16%
Scott A. Angelle (R)
4818 18.26%
“Gus” Rantz (R)
2259 8.56%
“Greg” Ellison (R)
2094 7.93%
Jacob “Dorian Phibian” Hebert (D)
1487 5.63%
Larry Rader (D)
994 3.76%
Brett Geymann (R)
817 3.09%
Bryan Barrilleaux (R)
323 1.22%
Grover Joseph Rees (R)
292 1.10%
Guy McLendon (LBT)
257 0.97%
Herman L. Vidrine – (R)
185 0.70%
Kenny P. Scelfo Sr. (NP)
149 0.56%

Supreme Court – 3rd District
 Acadia Only

James “Jimmy” Genovese (R)

12835 53.19%
Marilyn Castle (R)
11292 46.80%

Public Service Commissioner
 Acadia Only

“Mike” Francis (R)

17280 70.46%
Mary Werner (D)
5845 23.83%
Reldon Owens (R)
1398 5.71%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1 – Registrar

Summary: Do you support an amendment to provide that the manner of appointment for the registrar of voters in each parish is as provided by law and to require the qualifications of the registrar to be provided by law?

Yes

17367 69.38%
No 7663 30.62%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2 – Post Secondary Education Management

Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the post-secondary education management boards to establish the tuition and mandatory fee amounts charged by institutions under their supervision and management, without legislative approval?

No

14876 59.75%
Yes 10019 40.25%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #3 – Eliminate Deductible  Federal Income Tax

Summary: Do you support an amendment to eliminate the deductibility of federal income taxes paid in computing state corporate income taxes?

No

15501 62.99%
Yes 9107 37.01%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #4 – Tax Exemption for Surviving Spouse

Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize an exemption from ad valorem property tax for the total assessed value of the homestead of an unmarried surviving spouse of a person who died while on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States or the Louisiana National Guard, or while performing their duties as a state police, law enforcement, or fire protection officer?

Yes

17459 70.66%
No 7247 29.34%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #5 – Revenue Stabilization Fund

Summary: Do you support an amendment to establish the Revenue Stabilization Trust Fund for the deposit of recurring mineral and corporate tax revenues, to restrict the use of the fund to 10% of the balance when the balance reaches $5 billion, to restrict the use of the fund to construction projects and transportation infrastructure, and to allocate recurring mineral retirement debt?

No

12368 50.68%
Yes 12032 49.32%

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #6 – Fund Deficit

Summary: Do you support an amendment to authorize the use of up to five percent of current year appropriations or allocations from statutorily or certain constitutionally created funds or up to one percent of the current year’s balances in certain funds or up to one percent of the current year’s balances in certain constitutionally created funds to eliminate a projected deficit in the next fiscal year if the official forecast for the next fiscal year is less than the official forecast for the current fiscal year of if the official forecast has been reduced by at least one percent from the most recently adopted estimate for the ensuing fiscal year, and to exempt certain funds and mandates from being used to eliminate a projected deficit?

No

15296 62.87%
Yes 9031 37.13%

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Official Results for the December 10, 2016 Election

U.S. Senator
 Acadia Only

John Kennedy (R)

9887 78.22%
Foster Campbell (D)
2753 21.79%

U. S. Representative 3rd Congressional District
 Acadia Only

Clay Higgins (R)

8760 70.17%
Scott Angelle (R)
3724 29.83%

Fire Protection District #8 Parcel 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 Dollars ($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 “Parcel”), presently authorized for a period of 10 years through the year 2022 pursuant to an election held on November 6, 2012, to a parcel fee  of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per Parcel, commencing with the year 2017 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?

No

212 57.92%
Yes 154 42.08%

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