See who qualified for the October 14 election - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

See who qualified for the October 14 election

Source: Louisiana Secretary of State Source: Louisiana Secretary of State
SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) -

The following candidates have qualified for the following races for the October 14 election. 

Information from geauxvote.com.

STATE TREASURER:

  • "Ron" Ceasar, Independent, Opelousas
  • Angele Davis, R, Baton Rouge
  • Derrick Edwards, D, Harvey
  • Terry Hughes, R, Lafayette
  • Joseph D. Little, Libertarian, Ponchatoula
  • Neil Riser, R, Columbia
  • John Schroder, R, Baton Rouge

ALLEN PARISH:

City Marshal City Court, City of Oakdale

  • Joseph "Jody" Chamberlain, no party
  • Chad Doyle, no party
  • Michael "Freck" Slaney, R

Mayor, Village of Elizabeth

  • Mandy Green, R

Alderman, Village of Elizabeth

  • "Ken" Kelly, D

BEAUREGARD PARISH

Member of School Board District 2

  • Timothy Hudson, R, Merryville
  • Kimberly R. Maricle-Wilson, R, Merryville

CALCASIEU PARISH:

Police Juror District 5

  • Brian Abshire, Independent, Lake Charles

Justice of the Peace Ward 6

  • Leanna Joy Fontenot, D, DeQuincy

Justice of the Peace Ward 7

  • Teddy McNiel, D, Vinton
  • Kevin Merchant, R, Vinton

VERNON PARISH:

District Judge 30th Judicial District Court, Division A

  • Tony Bennett, Independent, Leesville
  • Lisa Nelson, R, Leesville

Alderman, Town of Rosepine

  • James Jimmy Cryer, D
  • Damon Johnson, R

KPLC will update the list as more candidates qualify.

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