Election Results

U.S. Senator

CANDIDATE BIENVILLE PARISH STATEWIDE
Beryl A. Billiot (NOPTY) 61 – 1% 9,368 – 1%
Gary Chambers, Jr. (D) 957 – 20% 246,633 – 18%
Devin Lance Graham (R) 93 – 2% 25,262 – 2%
“Xan” John (Other) 14 – 0% 2,751 – 0%
John Kennedy (R) 2,704 – 57% 850,932 – 52%
W. Thomas La Fontaine Olson (NOPTY) 13 – 0% 1,672 – 0%
Bradley McMorris (I) 27 – 1% 5,381 – 0%
MV “Vinny” Mendoza (D) 65 – 1% 11,875 – 1%
“Luke” Mixon (D) 687 – 14% 182,535 – 13%
Salvador P. Rodriguez (D) 38 – 1% 7,743 – 1%
Aaron C. Sigler (LBT) 7 – 0% 4,861 – 0%
Syrita Steib (D) 91 – 2% 31,498 – 2%
Thomas Wenn (OTHER) 12 – 0% 1,320 – 0%

Member of School Board — District 3

CANDIDATE VOTES
LeJoyce Gaulden Adams (NOPTY) 76 – 9%
Derriks “Gel” Bailey (IND) 335 – 41%
Sharon Jackson (OTHER) 134 – 16%
Jeffery D. Sampson (D) 271 – 33%

Member of School Board — District 4

CANDIDATE VOTES
Cheryl Love Henry (D) 263 – 48%
Darren B. Iverson (NOPTY) 284 – 52%

Member of School Board — District 6

CANDIDATE VOTES
Christopher Colton Guin (NOPTY) 345 – 52%
Patricia Regina Swint (IND) 315 – 48%

Member of School Board — District 7

CANDIDATE VOTES
Donald “Don” Calloway (IND) 497 – 82%
Christopher West Walker (NOPTY) 109 – 18%

Mayor — Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATE VOTES
O’Lnadis “Bubba” Millican (NOPTY) 710 – 70%
Bonnie Stephenson (IND) 311 – 30%

Mayor — Town of Gisbland

CANDIDATE VOTES
Ray Ivory, Sr. (NOPTY) 118 – 32%
Jeannie Y. Richardson (DEM) 247 – 68%

Chief of Police — Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATE VOTES
Andrew J. Cato (DEM) 460 – 45%
Ciera Murphy (DEM) 556 – 55%

Alderman — Village of Saline (2 to be Elected)

CANDIDATE VOTE
Brandy Branch (IND) 38 – 35%
Marvin “Buddy” Parker (NOPTY) 38 – 35%
Jimmie R. Rogers (IND) 34 – 31%

Council Member — District 1, Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATE VOTES
Jerry “Slim” Abney (NOPTY) 27 – 13%
Deborah “Debbie” Harris (NOPTY) 112 – 55%
Lydia “Lottie” Harris (DEM) 65 – 32%

Council Member — District 3, Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATES VOTES
Glen Kyle (NOPTY) 103 – 43%
Joseph C. Pruitt, Jr. (NOPTY) 139 – 57%

Council Member — District 4, Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATE VOTES
Edwin Mason (DEM) 119 – 78%
Patsy Roberson (DEM) 34 – 22%

Council Member — District 5, Town of Arcadia

CANDIDATE VOTES
Vickery “Vicki” Caskey (IND) 42 – 21%
Rita Desai (REP) 57 – 29%
Loura A. Johnson (NOPTY) 44 – 22%
Timothy Williams (DEM) 55 – 28%

CA No. 1 (ACT 130, 2021 – HB 154) — Modifies the maximum amount of monies in certain state funds that may be invested in equities. 

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 1,726 – 37% 474,607 – 36%
No 2,878 – 63% 847,577 – 64%

CA No. 2 (ACT 172, 2022 – HB 599) — Expands property tax exemptions for homestead exemption property for veterans with disabilities

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 3,225 – 70% 973,004 – 73%
No 1,404 – 30% 361,091 – 27%

CA No. 3 (ACT 156, 2021 – HB 315) — Allows classified civil service employees to support election of family members to public office

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 1,663 – 36% 434,113 – 33%
No 2,941 – 64% 889,285 – 67%

CA No. 4 (ACT 155, 2021 – HB 59) — Authorizes a political subdivision to waive charges for water under certain circumstances

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 3,205 – 70% 993,383 – 75%
No 1,381 – 30% 332,064 – 25%

CA No. 5 (ACT 133, 2021 – SB 154) — Provides relative to property tax millage rate adjustments and maximum authorized millage rates

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 2,029 – 45% 553,713 – 43%
No 2,475 – 55% 739,362 – 57%

CA No. 6 (ACT 129, 2021 – HB 143) — Limits the increase in assessed value of certain property following reappraisal in Orleans Parish

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 1,788 – 40% 635,559 – 50%
No 2,628 – 60% 642,462 – 50%

CA No. 7 (ACT 246, 2022 – HB 298) — Provides relative to the prohibition of involuntary servitude and administration of criminal justice

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 1,684 – 37% 508,324 – 39%
No 2,824 – 63% 790,133 – 61%

CA No. 8 (ACT 171, 2022 – HB 395) — Removes requirement of annual certification of income for certain eligible disabled homeowners

Bienville Parish Statewide
Yes 2,388 – 54% 717,037 – 55%
No 2,069 – 46% 593,317 – 45%

PW Law Enforcement District — 10.91 Mills Continuation – Sheriff – 10 Yrs.

Votes
Yes 2,286 – 52%
No 2,115 – 48%


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