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Early voting begins Saturday and ends Nov. 9 for the Nov. 16 election on a number of runoff races and local propositions.

Early voting begins Saturday and ends Nov. 9 for the Nov. 16 election on a number of runoff races and local propositions. Early ballots can be cast from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day except Sunday. The following races and propositions are on the ballot in these parishes in the Baton Rouge area, according to the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office.

D = Democrat

R = Republican

L = Libertarian

O = Other party

N = No party listed


Governor

John Bel Edwards, D-Baton Rouge

"Eddie" Rispone, R-Baton Rouge

Secretary of State

Kyle Ardoin, R-Baton Rouge

"Gwen" Collins-Greenup, D-Clinton

Louisiana Supreme Court

Associate Justice, 1st District

(Jefferson, Orleans, St. Helena, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington parishes)

"Will" Crain, R-Madisonville

Hans Liljeberg, R-Metairie


BESE

DISTRICT 6

(includes Ascension, East Baton Rouge, Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes)

"Ronnie" Morris, R-Baton Rouge

Gregory Spiers, R-Springfield


State Senator

DISTRICT 11

(includes Tangipahoa Parish)

Reid Falconer, R-Madisonville

Patrick McMath, R-Covington

DISTRICT 16

(includes East Baton Rouge Parish)

Beverly Brooks Thompson, D-Baton Rouge

Franklin Foil, R-Baton Rouge


State Representative

DISTRICT 62

(includes East Baton Rouge and East Feliciana parishes)

Roy Daryl Adams, I-Jackson

"Johnny" Arceneaux, R-St. Francisville

DISTRICT 67

(includes East Baton Rouge Parish)

Leah Cullins, D-Baton Rouge

Larry Selders, D-Baton Rouge

Two longtime Baton Rouge healthcare professionals competing for House District 67 seat

DISTRICT 68

(includes East Baton Rouge Parish)

Taryn C. Branson, D-Baton Rouge

Scott McKnight, R-Baton Rouge

DISTRICT 70

(includes East Baton Rouge Parish)

Belinda Davis, D-Baton Rouge

Barbara Reich Freiberg, R-Baton Rouge

DISTRICT 71

(includes Livingston Parish)

Lori Callais, D-Denham Springs

"Buddy" Mincey Jr., R-Denham Springs

DISTRICT 88

(includes Ascension Parish)

Kathy Edmonston, R-Gonzales

Brandon Trosclair, R-Gonzales


Ascension Parish

Parish Council

DISTRICT 7

"Kim" Christy, D

Aaron J. Lawler, R


Assumption Parish

Clerk of Court

Erin Hebert, N

Annette Smith Joseph, D

Police Juror

WARD 1

Ron Alcorn, D

Patrick Lawless, D

WARD 7

Leroy J. Blanchard III, D

Toby Thibodeaux, D


East Baton Rouge Parish

19th Judicial District Judge

ELECTION SECTION 2, DIVISION L

Ronald "Ron" Johnson, D

"Trae" Welch, R

Propositions

Fairwood Crime Prevention and Improvement District

To levy an annual fee of $40 on each residential parcel and $200 on each commercial parcel for 15 years beginning in 2020, providing for an increase in security patrols and promoting the betterment of the district, including improving lighting and signage. The fee may be increased each subsequent calendar year not to exceed 10% of the fee imposed the previous year and not to exceed $100 for residential parcels and $500 for commercial parcels. The revenue from the initial levy is estimated at $28,600.

Hermitage-Cross Creek Crime Prevention and Development District

To levy an annual $100 fee on each parcel for a residential structure for 10 years, beginning Jan. 1, 2020, and generating an estimated $56,625 for the year for an increase of law enforcement personnel or contracted security personnel.

Monticello Crime Prevention and Improvement District

To an annual $100 fee on each parcel for a residential structure for 10 years, beginning Jan. 1, 2020, and generating an estimated $87,500 for the year for an increase of law enforcement personnel or contracted security personnel.


East Feliciana Parish

Police Juror

DISTRICT 6

Michael Ray Bradford, D

Lyman Kyle Fleniken, R


Iberville Parish

Parish Council

DISTRICT 1

Ernest J. "Bayboy" Allen Sr., D

Shalanda Lewis Allen, D


Livingston Parish

21st Judicial District Judge

DIVISION D

(Livingston, St. Helena and Tangipahoa parishes)

Brian Abels, R-Denham Springs

"Ernie" Drake, R-Springfield

Parish Council

DISTRICT 6

Derek Babcock, R

Gerald McMorris, R

Propositions

TOWN OF LIVINGSTON, 1 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of no more than 6 percent alcohol by package only and not for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF LIVINGSTON, 2 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of no more than 6 percent alcohol for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF LIVINGSTON, 3 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of one-half of 1 percent alcohol and above for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF LIVINGSTON, 4 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of one-half of 1 percent alcohol and above by the package only and not for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF LIVINGSTON, 5 of 5

To allow the sale of beverages of high and low alcoholic content only on the premises of restaurants which have been issued an "R" permit.

TOWN OF ALBANY, 1 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of no more than 6 percent alcohol by package only and not for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF ALBANY, 2 of 5

To allow sale of alcoholic beverages of no more than 6 percent alcohol for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF ALBANY, 3 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of one-half of 1 percent alcohol and above for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF ALBANY, 4 of 5

To allow the sale of alcoholic beverages of one-half of 1 percent alcohol and above by the package only and not for consumption on the premises.

TOWN OF ALBANY, 5 of 5

To allow the sale of beverages of high and low alcoholic content only on the premises of restaurants which have been issued an "R" permit.

FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 9

(Service charge renewal)

To renew the annual service charge not to exceed $32 a year on residential and commercial structures, and generating an estimated $72,000 a year for 10 years beginning in 2021.

FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 11

(Service charge renewal)

To renew an annual service charge not to exceed $32 a year on residential and commercial structures, and generating estimated $12,500 a year for 10 years beginning in 2021. 


Pointe Coupee Parish

Parishwide School District Tax Proposition

To renew a 10-year, 11.96-mill property tax beginning in 2021 and, generating an estimated $5,621,200 a year for additional support for the maintenance and operation of the public elementary and secondary schools. 


St. James Parish

Parish Council

DISTRICT 4

Mason Bland, R

Roderick "Smooth" Williams, D

DISTRICT 5

Clyde Cooper, D

Charles "Ispy" Ketchens, D


Tangipahoa Parish

21st Judicial District Judge

DIVISION D

(Tangipahoa, St. Helena and Livingston parishes)

Brian Abels, R-Denham Springs

"Ernie" Drake III, R-Springfield

Parish Council

DISTRICT 2

John Gary Ingraffia, R

"Greg" Varnado, R

DISTRICT 9

Glenn Dale Bridges, R

Brigette Delatte Hyde, R

Ponchatoula Mayor

"Steve" Pugh, R

Robert F. "Bob" Zabbia, D

Hammond Proposition

To incur bonded debt of $2.1 million in sewer revenue bonds to finance improvements to the city's wastewater collection, treatment and disposal system, with bonds to mature up to 22 years from the date of issuance and to bear interest at a rate of not more than 1% per year. Bonds will be repaid from the income and revenues of the system after reasonable and necessary operating and maintenance expenses.


West Baton Rouge Parish

Sheriff

Michael "Mike" Cazes, D

"Mike" Zito, D

Parish Council

DISTRICT 3

"Tammy" Clayton-Jones, D

Atley Walker Jr., D

DISTRICT 7

Natahia Carter Benoit, D

Alan Crowe, R


West Feliciana Parish

Parishwide Proposition

(sales tax extension and rededication)

To levy a half-cent sales tax generating an estimated $1,460,000 a year for an additional 10 years from May 1, 2020, with the proceeds to be used as follows: 75% for building or improving facilities and equipment for the West Feliciana Parish Hospital and 25% for repairing and maintaining public roads and bridges.

Sales Tax District 1 Proposition

(sales tax extension and rededication)

To levy a half-cent sales tax generating an estimated $905,000 a year for an additional 10 years from July 1, 2020, with the proceeds to be used as follows: 75% for building or improving facilities and equipment for the West Feliciana Parish Hospital and 25% for repairing and maintaining public roads and bridges.