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State Senate and House of Representative Numbers

 

State Senate
District 25
Precincts Reporting:  92   OF  92   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X Gil Pinac   13,738 38%
 X Dan Morrish   12,089 33%
  Mark Abraham   10,531 29%

State Senate
District 28
Precincts Reporting:  149   OF  149   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X Eric Lafleur   19,367 49%
 X Donald Newton   11,957 31%
  Bill Belt   7,732 20%

State Senate
District 30
Precincts Reporting:  148   OF  148   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X Claude Buddy Leach   10,219 39%
 X John Smith   9,227 36%
  Terry Fowler   6,492 25%

State House of Representatives
District 30
Precincts Reporting:  63   OF  63   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X James Armes   3,971 49%
 X Jack Causey   3,122 38%
  Overton Burns   1,091 13%

State House of Representatives
District 32
Precincts Reporting:  58   OF  58   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X Dorothy Hill   6,254 47%
 X James David Cain   5,528 41%
  Benjamin Jack   998 7%
  Richard Crider   714 5%

State House of Representatives
District 34
Precincts Reporting:  29   OF  29   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X A. B. Franklin   2,228 23%
 X Tony Guillory   2,089 22%
  Wilford Carter II   1,769 18%
  Rodney Geyen   1,533 16%
  Wilford Trahan   1,264 13%
  Edwina Medearis-Harris   532 5%
  Robert Shelton   292 3%

State House of Representatives
District 37
Precincts Reporting:  32   OF  32   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X John Guinn   4,675 32%
 X Kyle Reed   4,260 30%
  Jason Bouley   3,390 24%
  J Warren   2,064 14%

State House of Representatives
District 47
Precincts Reporting:  47   OF  47   100%  
Winner Candidate Incumbent Votes Vote %
 X Jonathan Perry   8,262 55%
  Francis Plaisance   4,598 30%
  Brodney Mouton   2,238 15%

 

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