BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Residents in Assumption Parish still have state and multiparish races to decide in the Nov. 18 runoff, and a segment of voters will choose a Ward 1 police juror.
Voters across the state will select a secretary of state, treasurer and attorney general They’ll also decide and four proposed constitutional amendments.
Seats for the 21st senatorial district and District Judge 23rd Judicial District Court, ES 1, Div. E are still up for grabs.
The general election will be Nov. 18. Early voting will be 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Nov. 5-11, excluding Sunday, Nov. 5 and when Veterans Day is observed Friday, Nov. 10.
Races decided Oct. 14
The following candidates won their respective races on Oct. 14. The results for these races came from the Louisiana Secretary of State’s website:
- Sheriff: Leland J. Falcon, Democrat. (Incumbent)
- Police Juror, Ward 4: Charles Breaux, Democrat
- Police Juror, Ward 5: Michael “Mikie” Dias, Democrat (Incumbent)
- Police Juror, Ward 6: “Chris” Carter, Democrat (Incumbent)
- Police Juror, Ward 7: Leroy J. Blanchard III, Democrat (Incumbent)
- Police Juror, Ward 8: Jamie P. Ponville, No Party (Incumbent)
Races decided at qualifying
Qualifying for state and local races was Aug. 8-10. If a race had only one candidate at the end of qualifying, that person will take office at the start of the next term.
- Clerk of Court: Erin Hebert, No Party. (Incumbent)
- Assessor: Wayne “Cat” Blanchard, Democrat. (Incumbent)
- Coroner: Keith Landry, Independent. (Incumbent)
- Police Juror Ward 2: Jeff “Big Daddy” Naquin, Democrat. (Incumbent)
- Police Juror Ward 3: Ira Patureau Jr., Republican.
- Police Juror Ward 9: Myron J. Matherne, Democrat. (Incumbent)
Meet the candidates for Assumption Parish
Police Juror Ward 1
- Ron Alcorn, Democrat
- Josh Himel, Republican