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Voters leave St. Dominic's School after casting their ballots during Election Day in New Orleans, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

Below are some of the runoff races and propositions in metro New Orleans region. Visit geauxvote.com for the full list of candidates and propositions. 

The letter next to a candidate's name stands for their party. R for Republican, D for Democrat, I for Independent, L for Libertarian or N for no party.

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Statewide race: Secretary of State

Kyle Ardoin, R

Gwen Collins-Greenup, D

Read more about the race HERE.


Jefferson Parish

School Board, Dist. 2

  • Eddie J. Boudreaux, Jr., R
  • Ricky Johnson, Sr., D

School Board, Dist. 3

  • Tiffany Higgins Kuhn, R
  • Mark Terrebonne, R

School Board, Dist. 5 | To read more about the Jefferson Parish School Board races, click here.

  • Simeon Dickerson, D
  • Cedric Floyd, D 

Harahan Council (3 to be elected) | Read more about the candidates here.

  • Jason D. Asbill, R
  • "Tommy" Budde, R
  • Darlene Schwartz, R
  • Carrie Wheeler, R
  • Bryan "Keko" Whittle, Sr., R

25-mill property tax renewal for Fire Protection District 6

To renew a 25-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2021, for fire protection equipment and facilities.

25-mill property tax for Fire Protection District 8

To levy a 25-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2021, for fire protection equipment and facilities.

7-mill property tax renewal for ambulance service in Westwego

To renew a 7-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for fire protection equipment and facilities.


Orleans Parish

Civil District Court Judge, Div. E | Read more about the candidates here.

  • Omar Mason, D
  • Marie Williams, D

Charter change to add City Council member to Sewerage & Water Board 

To change the composition of the Sewerage & Water Board to remove one citizen member and replace with the City Council member who chairs the Public Works, Sanitation and Environment Committee. That council member may choose to appoint another member of the committee or a civil engineer to serve in his or her stead.

16 2/10-mill renewal for Touro Bouligny security district 

To renew a 16 2/10-mill property tax for eight years, beginning in 2019, for security.


Plaquemines Parish

Parish President

  • Amos J. Cormier, R
  • Kirk Lepine, R

Parish Council, Dist. 7

  • Keith Espadron, Jr., D
  • Carlton M. LaFrance, Sr., D

Parish Council, Dist. 9

  • Kathleen Avist Antoine, D
  • Mark "Hobbo" Cognevich, N

St. Tammany Parish

State Representative, 90th Representative District | Read more about the candidates here.

  • Mary DuBuisson, R
  • John Raymond,R

School Board, Dist. 8

  • Peggy H. Seeley, R
  • "Mike" Winkler, R

School Board, Dist. 11 | Read more about the school board candidates here.

  • Maurice Doucette, D
  • Tammy Lamy, R

Abita Springs Mayor | Read more about the candidates here.

  • "Dan" Curtis, R
  • "Greg" Lemons, R

Pearl River Police Chief | Read more about the candidates here.

  • Chris Culotta, R
  • Jack Sessions, R

1-mill property tax renewal for animal shelter

To renew a 1-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2019, for the animal shelter. 

10-mill property tax renewal for Fire Protection District 11

To renew a 10-mill property tax for 10 years, beginning in 2020, for fire protection facilities and equipment and emergency services.

$96 parcel fee for Drainage District No. 4

To levy a $96 parcel tax for five years, beginning in 2020, for maintenance of the levee system and pumping station.


St. Bernard Parish

Term limits charter change

To limit a person who has served as a district council member or at-large council member for more than 2 1/2 terms in three consecutive terms from running for another term. The change would apply to current and future council members.


St. John the Baptist Parish

School Board, Dist. 11

  • Lisa Tregre-Wilder, D
  • Clarence Triche, D

Rededicate .96-mill property tax for medical facilities and services

To rededicate a .96-mill property tax, through 2027, from public health units to medical and public health facilities and services.