The signup period for Louisiana’s Oct. 12 primary election ended Thursday. The top of the ballot includes the governor’s race and competitions for six other statewide positions. For a full list of candidates by parish click here for the Secretary of States Office. The four (4) constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot for the October 12, 2019 election are listed here.
The candidates who qualified are:
STATE OF LOUISIANA
Ralph Abraham, R-Rayville; Oscar “Omar” Dantzler, D-Hammond; Patrick J. Doguet, R-Rayne; John Bel Edwards (incumbent), D-Roseland; Gary Landrieu, independent-Metairie; Patrick “Live Wire” Landry, R-New Orleans; Manuel Russell Leach, R-Natchitoches; M.V. “Vinny” Mendoza, D-Ponchatoula; and Eddie Rispone, R-Baton Rouge.
Willie Jones, D-New Orleans; William “Billy” Nungesser (incumbent), R-Port Sulphur; and Rao M. Uppu, D-Prairieville.
SECRETARY OF STATE
Kyle Ardoin (incumbent), R-Baton Rouge; Gwen Collins-Greenup, D-Clinton; Thomas J. Kennedy III, R-New Orleans; and Amanda “Jennings” Smith, R-Bastrop.
Ike Jackson Jr., D-Plaquemine; and Jeff Landry (incumbent), R-Broussard.
Derrick Edwards, D-Harvey; Teresa Kenny, no party-Metairie; and John Schroder (incumbent), R-Covington
Marguerite Green, D-New Orleans; Charlie Greer, D-Natchitoches; Michael “Mike” Strain (incumbent), R-Abita Springs; Peter Williams, D-Lettsworth; and Bradley Zaunbrecher, R-Egan.
James “Jim” Donelon (incumbent), R-Metairie; and Tim Temple, R-Baton Rouge.
BESE District 7
Holly Franks Boffy – Republican
Timala “Timmie” Melancon – Independent
State Senator 25th Senatorial District
Mark Abraham – Republican
Kevin M. Berken – Republican
John E. “Johnny” Guinn – Republican
State Senator 26th Senatorial District
Jerry Gaspard – Democrat
“Bob” Hensgens – Republican
State Senator 28th Senatorial District
Heather Cloud – Republican
Robert Johnson – Democrat
H. Bernard LeBas – Democrat
State Representative 41st Representative District
Phillip R. DeVillier – Republican
State Representative 42nd Representative District
John Stefanski – Republican
K. P. Gibson – Independent
Acadia Parish Clerk of Court
Robert T. “Robby” Barousse – Republican
Emily Stoma – Republican
Acadia Parish Assessor
James J. “Jimbo” Petitjean – Democrat
Acadia Parish Coroner
Mark Dawson – Republican
Police Juror District 1
Walter Andrus – Democrat
Peter J. Joseph – Democrat
Police Juror District 2
“Ronnie” Fabacher – Republican
Jeffery “Red Dog” Morgan – Republican
Police Juror District 3
Chance Henry – Republican
Homer Scheufens – Independent
Police Juror District 4
Grant Clark – No Party
Aaron C. Cutrer Jr. – Democrat
Gordon Ray “G-Ray” Morgan – Republican
Chester Pommier – Democrat
Police Juror District 5
James “J” Ancelet – Democrat
Jimmie Pellerin – Democrat
Police Juror District 6
A. J. “Jay” Credeur – Republican
Richard Faul – Democrat
Police Juror District 7
“Pat” Daigle – Republican
David Savoy – Republican
Police Juror District 8
Steve Comeaux – Republican
Alderman Village of Mermentau
Todd Boudreaux – Democrat
Early Voting Information
You may vote early at any of the following locations. Please check the election calendar for early voting dates.
568 NW COURT CIRCLE
CROWLEY, LA 70526-4363
8:30 am – 6 pm for each day of early voting
Election Day Voting
- Locating your polling place requires voter address information. Click to return to the voter information search page.
- What are the hours?
Election day voting hours for Saturday elections are from 7 am to 8 pm
Election day voting hours for Tuesday elections are from 6 am to 8 pm
- What do I need to bring?
You will be asked for a picture identification card to vote at the polling place. This can include a Louisiana driver’s license, a Louisiana Special ID card, LA Wallet digital driver’s license, or other generally recognized picture identification card with your name and signature. If you do not have a picture ID, you will be asked identifying questions by the poll worker and asked to sign an identification affidavit before voting.