BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — WVLA and WGMB brought the latest election results as they came in after the polls closed.
Polls for the primary election closed at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14. Across Louisiana, voters cast ballots for the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer. Voters also cast ballots for parish presidents, sheriffs, councilmembers and propositions.
The primary determined some races, including the governor’s race and lieutenant governor’s race. The races for attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer will be going to a runoff.
Voters will cast their ballots again in the general election on Nov. 18. Learn where you can cast early ballots here.
To see who won a seat in your parish, click here.
AP calls state races in Oct. 14 election
8:40 p.m.: The AP called the race for lieutenant governor. Billy Nungesser was reelected to a third term.
“Thank you, Louisiana,” Nungesser posted on X. “We are beyond grateful for the support our campaign has garnered over this election cycle. Tonight we celebrate, and tomorrow we’ll roll up our sleeves and get back to work!”
9:05 p.m.: The AP reported Liz Murrill and Lindsey Cheek advance to a runoff election in the race for attorney general.
9:14 p.m.: The AP reported John Fleming and Dustin Granger advance to a runoff election in the race for treasurer.
10:15 p.m.: The AP called the race for governor, reporting Jeff Landry as the winner.
“Thankful beyond belief,” Landry posted on X. “I’m ready to get to work for Louisiana!”
Watch: Jeff Landry gives speech after being elected governor
10:32 p.m.: The AP reported Nancy Landry and Gwen Collins-Greenup advance to a runoff election in the race for secretary of state.