Louisiana November 18 general election

Election results: Winners and losers in Louisiana’s Nov. 18 election


Species to Watch: Secretary of State | Attorney General | Treasurer | Constitutional Amendments | State House & State Senate | ST Bernard Parish President | Terrebonne Parish President | Washington Parish Sheriff | TANGIPAHOA PARISH PRESIDENT November 18 is election day throughout Louisiana. Many big races were decided as voters cast ballots in statewide and local races. Four proposed constitutional amendments were on the statewide ballot, as well as runoff races for Louisiana attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer. Additionally, several local races — including heated races for parish president and sheriff — were decided. Below is a breakdown of those species and more. Parish Results: Jefferson | LAFOURCHE | Orleans | PLAQUEMINES | ST Bernard | ST Charles | ST James | ST John the Baptist | ST TAMMANY | Tangipahova | Terrebonne | Washington Nancy Landry Wins for Secretary of State: Click Here for Full Results Nancy Landry will be Louisiana’s next Secretary of State. Landry, a Republican, defeated Gwen Collins-Greenup in Saturday’s runoff to replace incumbent Kyle Ardoin, who did not seek re-election. Landry is a former state representative from Lafayette and has served in Ardoin’s office for four years. Landry will be tasked with replacing Louisiana’s outdated voting machines, which do not produce paper ballots critical to ensuring accurate election results. A long and ongoing replacement process has drawn national attention after allegations of bid rigging.Liz Murrill Wins Attorney General: Click here for full resultsLiz Murrill has won the race for attorney general, the highest legal power in the state’s executive branch. . Murrill, a Republican, currently works in the Attorney General’s Office. He defeated an attorney in Democrat Lindsay Cheek to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Landry, who won the Louisiana governor’s race. Fleming, a Republican, is a former congressman and member of Trump’s administration. He defeated Democrat Dustin Granger, Charles Lake’s financial advisor. Constitutional Amendments: Click here for full results Voters have decided on four proposed amendments to the state constitution. savings. Three passed and one failed. Bohms elected as St. Bernard Parish President: Click here for full results Louise Bohms was elected as St. Bernard Parish President. Baums, a Republican, is a native of St. Bernard Village and has been involved in parish government since he was 18 years old. He defeated fellow Republican and businessman Wayne Landry in Saturday’s race. Bergeron elected as Terrebonne Parish President: Click here for full results A political newcomer has been elected as Terrebonne Parish President. Jason Bergeron defeated Republican Darin Guidry in Saturday’s runoff. Current Parish President Gordon Dow is barred by term limits from running for re-election. Bergeron is the owner and managing partner of four businesses including technology, process improvement and helping companies achieve profitability, efficiency and productivity, and is a past president of the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce and a board member.New Sheriff in Washington Parish: Click here for full results. Washington Parish has a new sheriff. Jason Smith won Saturday’s runoff election, ousting longtime Sheriff Randy “Country” Seal. Seale was first elected sheriff in 2011 and has been a parish deputy for 18 years. Smith is retired from the Marine Corps and now runs a ranch near the Mississippi state line. Smith has led Marines at every rank in his career, including two combat tours in Iraq. Sticker Elected Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff: Click here for full results Former Mandeville Police Chief Gerald Sticker was elected Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff. Sticker defeated fellow Republican Chris Gideon in Saturday’s runoff. Sticker has conducted operations involving more than 400 officers and a military leader with combat zone experience. Dozens of additional races vary by location, including races for state representatives, school board members, sheriffs and other public officials. Below is the full details. The list of species is divided alphabetically by parish. Click on each for a full list of results.Jefferson ParishLafourche ParishOrleans ParishPlaquemines ParishSaint Bernard ParishSaint Charles ParishSaint James ParishSaint John the Baptist ParishSaint Tammany ParishTangipahoa ParishTerrebonne ParishWashington Parish

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Races to Watch: State Secretary | Attorney General | Treasurer | Constitutional Amendments | State House & State Senate | ST Bernard Parish President | Terrebonne Parish President | Washington Parish Sheriff | Tangipahoa Parish President

November 18 is Election Day across Louisiana. Many big races were decided as voters cast ballots in statewide and local races. Four proposed constitutional amendments were on the statewide ballot, as well as runoff races for Louisiana attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer.

Additionally, several local races — including heated races for parish president and sheriff — were decided.

Below is a breakdown of those species and more.

Results by Parish: Jefferson | LAFOURCHE | Orleans | PLAQUEMINES | ST Bernard | ST Charles | ST James | ST John the Baptist | ST Tammany | Tangipahova | Terrebonne | Washington


Nancy Landry Secretary of State Win: Click here for full results
Nancy Landry will be Louisiana’s next Secretary of State. Landry, a Republican, defeated Gwen Collins-Greenup in Saturday’s runoff to replace incumbent Kyle Ardoin, who did not seek re-election. Landry is a former state representative from Lafayette and has served in Ardoin’s office for four years. Landry will be tasked with replacing Louisiana’s outdated voting machines, which do not produce paper ballots critical to ensuring accurate election results. After allegations of bid-rigging, the long and ongoing replacement process drew national attention.


Liz Murrill wins Attorney General: Click here for full results
Liz Murrill has won the race for attorney general, the highest legal authority in the state’s executive branch. Murrill, a Republican, currently works in the Attorney General’s Office. He defeated Democrat Lindsay Cheek, a trial attorney, to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Landry, who won the race for Louisiana governor.

John Fleming Elected Treasurer: Click here for full results
John Fleming will be Louisiana’s next treasurer. Fleming, a Republican, is a former congressman and member of Trump’s administration. He defeated Democrat Dustin Granger, Charles Lake’s financial adviser.


Constitutional Amendments: Click here for full results
Voters decided on four proposed amendments to the state constitution. Three passed and one failed.

Bohms elected as St. Bernard Parish President: Click here for full results
Louis Baums has been elected as St. Bernard Parish President. Baums, a Republican, is a native of St. Bernard Village and has been involved in parish government since he was 18 years old. He defeated fellow Republican and businessman Wayne Landry in Saturday’s runoff.

Bergeron Elected Terrebonne Parish President: Click here for full results

A political newcomer has been elected as Terabon Parish President. Jason Bergeron defeated Republican Darin Guidry in Saturday’s runoff. Current Parish President Gordon Dow is barred by term limits from running for re-election. Bergeron is the owner and managing partner of four businesses, including technology, process improvement and helping companies achieve profitability, efficiency and productivity, and is a former president and board member of the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce.

New sheriff in Washington Parish: Click here for full results
Washington Parish has a new sheriff. Jason Smith won Saturday’s runoff election, ousting longtime Sheriff Randy “Country” Seal. Seale was first elected sheriff in 2011 and has been a parish deputy for 18 years. Smith is retired from the Marine Corps and now runs a ranch near the Mississippi state line. Smith has led Marines at every rank of his career, including two combat tours as a company commander in Iraq.

Sticker Elected Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff: Click here for full results
Former Mandeville Police Chief Gerald Sticker has been elected Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff. Sticker defeated fellow Republican Chris Gideon in Saturday’s runoff. Sticker has led operations involving more than 400 officers and a military leader with combat zone experience.


There were dozens of additional races, depending on location, including races for state representatives, school board members, sheriffs and other public officials.

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Below is a complete list of breeds, sorted alphabetically by parish. Click on each one for a full list of results.

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