March 27, 2010 - Election Results - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

March 27, 2010 - Election Results

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - The following numbers are as reported by the Office of the Louisiana Secretary of State.

For races that are not included on our list below, you can find them by clicking here.

Allen Parish::

Recreation District No. 1 - 3.10 mills tax continuation - BOC - 10 years
14 of 14 precincts reporting
122 - 39% - YES
190 - 61% - NO

Road District No. 5 - 10 mills - Police Jury - 10 years
16 of 16 precincts reporting
139 - 43% - YES
184 - 57% - NO

School District Ward One - 12.47 mills - School Board - 10 years
13 of 13 precincts reporting
179 - 77% - YES
54 - 23% - NO

School District No. 4 - $2,035,000 bonds - School Board - not exceeding 20 years
6 of 6 precincts reporting
274 - 74% - YES
98 - 26% - NO

Beauregard Parish::

Councilman at Large - City of DeRidder - (two to be elected)
13 of 13 precincts reporting
732 - 40% - Vincent Labue (D)
731 - 40% - Hayward Steele (D)

370 - 20% - Todd Suire (R)

Alderman - Town of Merryville - (five to be elected)
1 of 1 precincts reporting
95 - 11% - Mark Allen (D)
116 - 14% - Elton R. Havens (N)
153 - 18% - Teresa Havens (N)

89 - 10% - Billie Johnson (N)
142 - 17% - Beaver B. Knighton (D)
127 - 15% - "Tami" Longoria (D)
128 - 15% - Sarah C. Whitehead (N)


Councilman - District 2, City of DeRidder
7 of 7 precincts reporting
174 - 57% - Faith Buckley Thomas (D)
129 - 43% - Danny Washington (D)

Calcasieu Parish::

Mayor - City of Sulphur
12 of 12 precincts reporting
2555 - 54% - Christopher "Chris" Duncan (R)
2156 - 46% - Ronald "Ron" LeLeux (D)

Councilman - District 3, City of Sulphur
5 of 5 precincts reporting
474 - 53% - Veronica Allison (D)
413 - 47% - Lynwood Burkhalter (N)

School District No. 34 - $49,000,000 bonds - School Board - not to exceed 20 years
24 of 24 precincts reporting
636 - 24% - YES
2064 - 76% - NO

Cameron Parish::

Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 - 6 mills - BOC - 10 years
2 of 2 precincts reporting
70 - 95% - YES
4 - 5% - NO

Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes::

Calcasieu-Cameron Hospital Service District - 6.95 mills - BOC - 10 years
35 of 35 precincts reporting
4059 - 58% - YES
2897 - 42% - NO

Jefferson Davis Parish::

City of Jennings - 1% S&U - City Council - 25 years
6 of 6 precincts reporting
712 - 80% - YES
175 - 20% - NO

Vernon Parish::

Mayor - City of Leesville
14 of 14 precincts reporting
158 - 13% - Philip D. Andrus (D)
27 - 2% - Shirley Ford (N)
422 - 34% - Lue P. Kennedy (D)
623 - 51% - Robert Rose (D)

Mayor - Town of New Llano
7 of 7 precincts reporting
309 - 71% - Freddie Boswell (D)
129 - 29% - Colleen Dungca (N)

Chief of Police - Town of New Llano
7 of 7 precincts reporting
237 - 56% - Danny Hunt (D)
186 - 44% - William "Bill" Melchiorri (N)

Councilman - District 2, City of Leesville
2 of 2 precincts reporting
209 - 50% - Willie Mae Kennedy (D)
12 - 3% - William Lewis, Jr. (D)
194 - 47% - William R. "Coach" Thomas (D)

Councilman - District 3, City of Leesville
4 of 4 precincts reporting
104 - 35% - "Danny" Dowd (R)
94 - 31% - Ryan Keeton (R)
102 - 34% - Jaymie Mitchell Wright (D)

Councilmen - Town of New Llano - (five to be elected)
7 of 7 precincts reporting
269 - 15% - "Charlie" Balthrop (D)
209 - 11% - Anthony Boswell (D)
289 - 16% - Charlotte Cooper (D)
175 - 10% - "Ernie" Phaneuf (R)
132 - 7% - Terry Speicher (R)
130 - 7% - C C "Buddy" Tibbitts (D)
298 - 16% - Carolyn H. Todd (D)
322 - 18% - Ervin Wilson (D)

 

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