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Election Commissioners of polling precincts all over Orleans Parish turn in voting machine keys and vote tabulation cards at the Orleans Criminal District Court to be counted in New Orleans, La., Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017.

Advocate staff photo by MAX BECHERER

Polls in Louisiana will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday for voters to cast ballots on a variety of elections, include the New Orleans mayor's race and the state treasurer's race. Also, there are a number of propositions and other races on local ballots.

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Statewide: State Treasurer

Derrick Edwards, D

John Schroder, R

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Jefferson Parish 

School Board property tax

To levy a 8.45-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2018, for school employee salaries and benefits.

Fire Protection District 4 property tax

To levy a 16.65-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for fire district facilities.

Stonebridge neighborhood property tax

To levy a 45-mill property tax for 20 years, beginning in 2018, for the improvement of the Stonebridge Neighborhood Improvement District, including the purchase and maintenance of recreation and other facilities.


Orleans Parish

Judge, Civil District Court, Div. J

Omar Mason, D

D.Nicole Sheppard, D

Mayor

LaToya Cantrell, D

Desiree M. Charbonnet, D

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Council, District B

Jay H. Banks, D

Seth Bloom, D

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Council, District E

James A. Gray II, D

Cyndi Nguyen, D 

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City Charter amendment

To amend the city charter to establish a savings fund. Appropriations from the fund could only be made by the City Council by a two-thirds vote and only when one or more of the following conditions have been met: the City Council has issued a declaration of emergency due to act of God, riot, war, or a grave emergency; the City Council has determined that a significant loss in city revenues has occurred due to an economic downturn of serious proportions; or the federal government has issued a mandate that has been determined to be in accordance with law. The charter change would also require that the savings fund have a balance of at least 5 % of the average of the previous five years of actual general fund expenditures except when any of the above conditions have been met.

Lake Terrace parcel fee renewal

To renew a $300 annual parcel fee ($700 for parcels with three or more units) for 8 years, starting in 2019, for crime prevention and security patrols.

Lake Willow parcel fee renewal 

To renew a $300 annual parcel fee for 3 years, starting in 2018, for security and beautification efforts.

Spring Lake parcel fee renewal

To renew a $200 annual parcel fee for 8 years, starting in 2019, for security and beautification efforts.

University neighborhood parcel fee 

To levy a $950 annual parcel fee for 10 years, starting in 2018, for the purpose and benefit of the district.

Lake Carmel parcel fee 

To levy a $250 annual parcel fee for 5 years, starting in 2018, for security and beautification efforts.

Audubon area parcel fee 

To levy a $550 parcel fee per year subject to an annual increase of $25 for 10 years, starting in 2019, for security and beautification efforts.

Lakewood East parcel fee renewal

To renew a $300 annual parcel fee for 8 years, starting in 2019, for security and beautification efforts.

Upper Audubon parcel fee 

To levy a $700 annual parcel fee for 8 years, starting in 2019, for crime prevention and security patrols.


St. Bernard

School Board 19.39-mill property tax renewal

To renew a parishwide 19.39-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for the operation and maintenance of St. Bernard schools, including paying employee salaries and benefits.

School Board 3.06-mill property tax renewal

To renew a parishwide 3.06-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for buying school buses and instructional materials and operating and maintaining school facilities.

School Board 9.44-mill property tax renewal

To renew a parishwide 9.44-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for paying employee salaries and benefits and giving additional support to schools. 


St. Tammany

State Representative, District 77

"Rob" Maness, R

Mark Wright, R

Lighting District No. 6 property tax 

To levy a 2.15-mill property tax for 10 years, starting in 2018, for road lighting in the district.

Recreation District No. 14 bond sale

To sell $7.8 million in general obligation bonds, not to exceed a 20-year repayment term, to purchase or construct land and facilities in the Coquille Parks & Recreation District.