Vizena, Fontenot win Allen Parish run off elections - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Vizena, Fontenot win Allen Parish run off elections

Allen Parish voters elected Huey Vizena to the Allen Parish Police Jury, Dist. 4 seat and Kent Fontenot to the Dist. 7 seat.

With 100% of precincts reporting Saturday night, Vizena had 413 votes.  James Smith received 400 votes.

In the District 7 Police Jury race, Kent Fontenot received 417 votes.  Billy Reeves received 210 votes.

In Oakdale, the run off for City Marshal left Joseph Lockett with 1,202 votes.  Heath Mason received 442 votes.

The latest results for all local races can be found at www.kplctv.com

 

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