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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

DECISION 2012: Louisiana & Mississippi Local Results

Listed are election results of major local interest. For complete election results per your parish, visit the Louisiana Secretary of State's website at the link provided below.

We will continue to update election results here as they are provided.

* = denotes Incumbents
► = deonotes Winner
R = denotes Runoff election candidates
 

NATIONWIDE

President/Vice President of the United States of America
50 of 51 states/district reporting
    Candidates Party Popular Vote Popular Vote Pct. Electoral College
             
  Barack Obama for President *
Joe Biden for Vice President *
Democratic 60,023,768 50% 303
             
    Mitt Romney for President
Paul Ryan for Vice President
Republican 57,353,628 49% 206

 

LOUISIANA

LINK TO LOUISIANA SECRETARY OF STATE'S WEBSITE

STATEWIDE & MULTI-PARISH

President/Vice President of the United States of America - Louisiana
100% Reporting
    Candidates Party Popular Vote Popular Vote Pct.
           
    Ross Anderson for President
Luis Rodriguez for V. President
Justice 1,362 0%
           
    Jack Fellure for President
Toby Davis for Vice President
Prohibition 519 0%
           
    Virgil Goode for President
James Clymer for Vice President
Constitution 2,504 0%
           
    James Harris for President
Alyson Kennedy for V. President
Socialist Workers 388 0%
           
    Gary Johnson for President
James P. Gray for Vice President
Libertarian 18,135 1%
           
    Peta Lindsay for President
Yari Osario for Vice President
Socalism & Liberation 592 0%
           
    Barack Obama for President *
Joe Biden for Vice President *
Democratic 808,496 41%
           
  Mitt Romney for President
Paul Ryan for Vice President
Republican 1,152,460 58%
           
    Jill Stein for President
Cheri Honkala for Vice President
Green 6,981 0%
           
    Sheila Tittle for President
Matthew Turner for V. President
We The People 1,762 0%
           
    Jerry White for President
Phyllis Scherrer for V. President
Socialist Equality 356 0%

 

U.S. House - Fourth Congressional District
(includes Vernon Parish)
100% Reporting
  John Fleming * Republican 187,783 75%
    Randall Lord Libertarian 61,586 25%

 

U.S. House - Fifth Congressional District
(includes Avoyelles, Catahoula, Concordia, Grant, LaSalle and Rapides Parishes)
100% Reporting
  Rodney Alexander * Republican 203,483 78%
    Ron Caesar None 37,635 14%
    Clay Steven Grant Libertarian 20,519 8%

 

Constitutional Amendment #1 - Medicaid Trust Fund for the Elderly
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,283,545 71%
    No 528,476 29%

 

Constitutional Amendment #2 - Right of each Citizen to Keep & Bear Arms
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,332,893 73%
    No 481,646 27%

 

Constitutional Amendment #3 - Prefiling for Public Employees' Retirement
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,101,317 64%
    No 607,198 36%

 

Constitutional Amendment #4 - Exemption of Ad Valorem Tax + Homestead Exemption for Spouses of Deceased Veterans
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,265,724 74%
    No 456,155 26%

 

Constitutional Amendment #5 - Forfeiture of Retirement Benefits of Elected Officials Convicted of a Felony
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,228,793 70%
    No 519,936 30%

 

Constitutional Amendment #6 - Granting Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for Property Annexed by City of New Iberia
100% Reporting
    Yes 694,927 42%
  No 941,781 58%

 

Constitutional Amendment #7 - Filling Appointments and Vacancies to Boards & Commisions First from Underepresented Areas, then Population At Large
100% Reporting
  Yes 1,003,295 61%
    No 641,882 39%

 

Constitutional Amendment #8 - State Board of Commerce & Industry: Tax Exemption on Contracts
100% Reporting
  Yes 849,253 52%
    No 794,176 48%

 

Constitutional Amendment #9 - Notice of Parcel Fees within Special Security Districts
100% Reporting
  Yes 924,560 56%
    No 713,739 44%

 

AVOYELLES PARISH

Mayor - Town of Cottonport
100% Reporting
    Louie LaBorde Democratic 248 29%
  William "Scotty" Scott Democratic 597 71%

 

Mayor - Town of Simmesport
100% Reporting
    Leslie Draper, III Democratic 294 46%
  Eric Rusk Republican 344 54%

 

Mayor - Village of Hessmer
100% Reporting
  Travis Franks Republican 175 59%
    Teresa Gauthier Democratic 120 41%

 

Mayor - Village of Moreauville
100% Reporting
    Reginald "Reggie" Ducote None 190 48%
  Timmy A Lemoine Democratic 259 52%

 

GRANT PARISH

Mayor - Village of Georgetown
100% Reporting
    Jeremy L. Lee Democratic 58 42%
  Danny Olden None 80 58%

 

RAPIDES PARISH

Councilman at Large - City of Alexandria
100% Reporting
    "Steve" Coco Republican 2456 13%
    Milton Gordon Republican 624 3%
    Emile "Doc" Hurts, Jr. Democratic 723 4%
  R Roosevelt L. Johnson * Democratic 7556 40%
  R "Lee" Rubin Other 6076 32%
    Daniel Williams Democratic 1483 8%

 

Councilman District 3 - City of Alexandria
100% Reporting
    Gwendolyn Iles Foster Democratic 770 22%
  R Jules R. Green Democratic 1,046 29%
    Alice "Red" Hammond Democratic 573 16%
  R Jerry Wayne Jones, Jr. Democratic 1,076 30%
    Houston Rax, Jr. Democratic 106 3%

 

Parish Prop. - Rapides Parish Libraries
10-Year $7.08 Million Property Tax
100% Reporting
  Yes 36,624 71%
    No 15,193 29%

 

Parish Prop. - Rapides Parish Coliseum
$23 Mil. Bond & 20-Year $1 Million Property Tax
100% Reporting
  Yes 26,444 52%
    No 24,046 48%

 

VERNON PARISH

Mayor - Village of Anacoco
100% Reporting
  Keith Lewing Democratic 229 53%
    Archie Martin Democratic 202 47%

 

Mayor - Village of Simpson
100% Reporting
  Donnis Brinkley Democratic 176 53%
    Robert "Bob" Green None 156 47%


 

MISSISSIPPI

STATEWIDE & MULTI-COUNTY

President/Vice President of the United States of America - Mississippi
99% Reporting
    Candidates Party Popular Vote Popular Vote Pct.
           
    Virgil Goode for President
James Clymer for Vice President
Constitution 2,514 0%
           
    Gary Johnson for President
James P. Gray for Vice President
Libertarian 6,342 1%
           
    Barack Obama for President *
Joe Biden for Vice President *
Democratic 523,204 44%
           
  Mitt Romney for President
Paul Ryan for Vice President
Republican 663,760 55%
           
    Jill Stein for President
Cheri Honkala for Vice President
Green 1,522 0%
           
    Barbara Washer for President
Cathy L. Toole for V. President
Reform 955 0%

 

U.S. Senate (At Large)
99% Reporting
    Albert N. Gore, Jr. Democratic 468,425 40%
    Thomas Cramer Constitution 14,283 1%
    Shawn O'Hara Reform 12,396 1%
  Roger F. Wicker * Republican 662,898 57%

 

U.S. House - Third Congressional District
(includes Adams County)
99% Reporting
  Gregg Harper * Republican 218,372 80%
    John "Luke" Pannell None 54,976 20%

 

Mississippi Supreme Court - District 2, Position 3
(includes Adams County)
99% Reporting
    Talmadge Braddock None 78,748 24%
  Mike Randolph None 255,170 76%