Acadiana saw near record numbers of people turning out to cast their votes for governor, along with important local races, including mayor-president and, for the first time in decades, a separate Lafayette city and parish council.

Top races

Here's who's in the runoff for Louisiana governor

Guillory, Alm-LaBar face runoff for Lafayette mayor-president

Lafayette Parish School Board races settled without runoff

Voters approve rededication of Lafayette Parish Library funds

City Council races

Pat Lewis and Mark Pope head to runoff for Lafayette City Council District 1

Andy Naquin wins District 2 city council race over City-Parish Councilman Bruce Conque

City-Parish councilwoman Liz Hebert wins spot wins District 3 city council race

Nanette Cook wins City Council District 4 race

Jackson, Lazard advance to runoff in Lafayette City Council District 5 race

Parish Council races

Bryan Tabor elected to Lafayette Parish Council's District 1

Kevin Naquin elected to Lafayette Parish Council's District 2

Jeremy Hidalgo, Josh Carlson to face runoff for Lafayette Parish Council's District 3

John Guilbeau elected to Lafayette Parish Council's District 4

Abraham Rubin Jr. elected to Lafayette Parish Council's District 5

Legislative races

Gerald Boudreaux earns third term as senator for District 24

Hensgens wins re-election in Senate District 26

Godeau, Rantz head to runoff in House District 31

Emerson re-elected in House District 39

Bishop wins third term in House District 43

Coussan re-elected in House District 45

Beaullieu, Gonsoulin advance to runoff in House District 48

Bryant, Titus advance to runoff in House District 96