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Vernon Parish ballot for the Nov. 21 election

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All races on the Vernon Parish ballot for the Nov. 21 election.

Note that while all residents will vote on statewide races, not all parish residents will vote on each race in a parish. Visit www.geauxvote.com for more information.

Governor

  • John Bel Edwards, Democrat
  • David Vitter, Republican

Lieutenant Governor

  • Melvin L. "Kip" Holden, Democrat
  • "Billy" Nungesser, Republican

Attorney General

  • James D. "Buddy" Caldwell, Republican
  • "Jeff" Landry, Republican

BESE District 4

  • Tony Davis, Republican
  • Mary Johnson Harris, Republican

Police Juror District 2

  • Marvin Hilton, Republican
  • "Ray" Morrison, Republican

Police Juror District 3

  • Frank Bonner, No Party
  • David Fox, No Party

Chief of Police Town of Rosepine

  • Delbert Keel, No Party
  • Randall "Randy" Perry, Republican

Ward 3 Wardwide School Dist. No. 160 - 18.77 Mills - SB - 10 Yrs.

  • Shall Ward Three Wardwide School District No. 160 of Vernon Parish, Louisiana (the "District"), be authorized to continue to levy a special tax of eighteen and seventy-seven hundredths (18.77) mills on all of the property subject to taxation in said District (an estimated $241,644 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2017 and ending with the year 2026, for the purpose of giving additional support to the public elementary and secondary schools in the District, including paying the cost of operating and maintaining public school houses and buildings in the District, said millage to represent a five and sixty-three hundredths mills (5.63) increase over the 13.14 mills tax authorized to be levied through the year 2016 pursuant to an election held on April 29, 2006?

Ward 7 Wardwide School District - 17.42 Mills - SB - 10 Yrs.

  • Shall Ward Seven Wardwide School District of Vernon Parish, Louisiana (the "District"), levy a seventeen and forty-two hundredths (17.42) mills tax on all of the property subject to taxation in said District (an estimated $315,735 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2017 and ending with the year 2026, for the purpose of giving additional support to the public elementary and secondary schools in the District, including paying the cost of operating and maintaining public school houses and buildings in the District, said millage to represent a four and forty-two hundredths mills (4.42) increase over the 13 mills tax authorized to be levied through the year 2016 pursuant to an election held on April 29, 2006?

City of DeRidder - 2.75 Mills - CC - 10 Yrs.

  • Shall the City of DeRidder, State of Louisiana, continue to levy a special tax of two and seventy-five hundredths (2.75) mills on all property subject to taxation in said City, for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2016 and ending with the year 2025, with collections from the levy of the tax estimated to be $180,995 for one entire year, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and improving police and fire protection facilities and equipment for the City, including the acquisition of vehicles, fire trucks and communications equipment, said tax to represent a fifteen hundredths (0.15) mill increase over the 2.6 mills authorized to be levied through the year 2015 pursuant to an election held on July 15, 2005, such increase having been effective beginning in 2012 due to reappraisal?

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