Tomorrow is another chance for you to use your American right to cast your votes, and have your say in our electoral process.

Across the state of Louisiana, there will be many different ballot proposals, candidates, and millages. Each Parish will be different, every city will be different, and every district will be different. To see your exact sample ballot, check out Geauxvote.com now. Its a great source for sample ballots, polling place info, and anything else you will need to know for tomorrow.

We won't be able to list EVERY sample ballot for every district and race here, but we can create our best "cheat sheet" we can for voters in our area. Here's what to look for:

Whole State:

Secretary of State
Kyle Ardoin #1 Republican
Heather Cloud #2 Republican
"Gwen" Collins-Greenup #3 Democrat
A.G. Crowe #4 Republican
"Rick" Edmonds #5 Republican
Renee Fontenot Free #6 Democrat
Thomas J. Kennedy, III #7 Republican
Matthew Paul "Matt" Moreau #8 No Party
Julie Stokes #9 Republican

 

Amendments & Measures (yes or no votes)

CA NO. 1 (ACT 719 - SB 31) - Prohibit felon from public office (Select 1)

CA NO. 2 (ACT 722 - SB 243) - Unanimous jury for noncapital felonies (Select 1)

CA NO. 3 (ACT 717 - SB 263) - Permit donations from political subdivisions (Select 1)

CA NO. 4 (ACT 720 - SB 59) - Transportation Trust Fund (Select 1)

CA NO. 5 (ACT 721 - SB 163) - Extend eligibility for tax exemptions (Select 1)

CA NO. 6 (ACT 718 - SB 164) - Reappraisal of residential property (Select 1)

PW Fantasy Sports - Authorize Fantasy Sports Contests - Act 322, 2018 (Select 1)

Caddo Parish:

U. S. Representative 4th Congressional District
Mark David Halverson #27 No Party
"Mike" Johnson #28 Republican
Ryan Trundle #29 Democrat

PW Prop. - .83 Mills Renewal - Parish Commission - 10 Yrs.

  • Shall Caddo Parish, Louisiana (the "Parish"), continue to levy a tax of eighty-three hundredths (.83) mills on all property subject to taxation in the Parish (an estimated $1,460,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2019 and ending with the year 2028, for the purpose of maintaining and operating public road systems, parks and recreational facilities, garbage disposal and industrial waste programs, surface water drains and drainage facilities in Caddo Parish, Louisiana?

Bossier Parish:

U. S. Representative 4th Congressional District
Mark David Halverson #27 No Party
"Mike" Johnson #28 Republican
Ryan Trundle #29 Democrat

Webster Parish:

U. S. Representative 4th Congressional District
Mark David Halverson #27 No Party
"Mike" Johnson #28 Republican
Ryan Trundle #29 Democrat

Desoto Parish:

Sheriff 
Gary Hobbs #48 Independent
Jayson Richardson #49 No Party

City of Shreveport:

Mayor City of Shreveport
Anna Marie Arpino #56 Independent
Tremecius Dixon #57 Democrat
Steven Jackson #58 Democrat
Adrian Perkins #60 Democrat
Jeron Rogers #61 Democrat
Lee O. Savage, Jr. #62 Republican
"Jim" Taliaferro #63 Republican
Ollie S. Tyler #64 Democrat

City of Springhill:

Mayor City of Springhill 
Adam Harris #57 Republican
Ray Huddleston #58 No Party

Again, there are various other elections for Police Juries, School Boards, Alderman races, and more. We could list more, and more, and more. But the best thing to do to see YOUR specific ballot, is to use the Geauxvote.com resource. They also have a Geauxvote App you can download on your phone.