March 27, 2010 Election - items on the ballot - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

March 27, 2010 Election - items on the ballot

Here is a list of the items on the ballot for the election to be held Saturday, March 27, 2010:

Allen Parish::

Recreation District No. 1 - 3.10 mills tax continuation - BOC - 10 years

    yes or no

Road District No. 5 - 10 mills - Police Jury - 10 years

    yes or no

School District Ward One - 12.47 mills - School Board - 10 years

    yes or no

School District No. 4 - $2,035,000 bonds - School Board - not exceeding 20 years

    yes or no

Beauregard Parish::

Councilman at Large - City of DeRidder

    Vincent Labue (D)
    Hayward Steele (D)
    Todd Suire (R)

Alderman - Town of Merryville

    Mark Allen (D)
    Elton R. Havens (N)
    Teresa Havens (N)
    Billie Johnson (N)
    Beaver B. Knighton (D)
    "Tami" Longoria (D)
    Sarah C. Whitehead (N)
    Jay Williamson, Jr. (D)

Councilman - District 2, City of DeRidder
    
    Faith Buckley Thomas (D)
    Danny Washington (D)

Calcasieu Parish::


Mayor - City of Sulphur

    Christopher "Chris" Duncan (R)
    Ronald "Ron" LeLeux (D)

Councilman - District 3, City of Sulphur

    Veronica Allison (D)
    Lynwood Burkhalter (N)

School District No. 34 - $49,000,000 bonds - School Board - not to exceed 20 years

    yes or no

Calcasieu-Cameron Hospital Service District - 6.95 mills - BOC - 10 years

    yes or no

Cameron Parish::

Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 - 6 mills - BOC - 10 years

    yes or no

Calcasieu-Cameron Hospital Service District - 6.95 mills - BOC - 10 years

    yes or no

Jefferson Davis Parish::

City of Jennings - 1% S&U - City Council - 25 years

    yes or no

Vernon Parish::

Mayor - City of Leesville

    Philip D. Andrus (D)
    Shirley Ford (N)
    Lue P. Kennedy (D)
    Robert Rose (D)

Mayor - Town of New Llano

    Freddie Boswell (D)
    Colleen Dungca (N)

Chief of Police - Town of New Llano

    Danny Hunt (D)
    William "Bill" Melchiorri (N)

Councilman - District 2, City of Leesville

    Willie Mae Kennedy (D)
    William Lewis, Jr. (D)
    William R. "Coach" Thomas (D)

Councilman - District 3, City of Leesville

    "Danny" Dowd (R)
    Ryan Keeton (R)
    Jaymie Mitchell Wright (D)

Councilmen - Town of New Llano

    "Charlie" Balthrop (D)
    Anthony Boswell (D)
    Charlotte Cooper (D)
    "Ernie" Phaneuf (R)
    Terry Speicher (R)
    C C "Buddy" Tibbitts (D)
    Carolyn H. Todd (D)
    Ervin Wilson (D)

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