Election Day is Saturday

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, September 30, 1998

L’Observateur / September 30, 1998

Election Day is Saturday throughout Louisiana and the River Parishes, with numerous school board and municipal seats up for grabs.

Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.The following are the list of candidates, by parish, and also the Louisiana Public Service Commission election to be held.

Runoffs will be held on Nov. 3.St. John the Baptist ParishSchool Board District 4 Aleitha G. Bardell, Democrat; Darlene Triche Hall, Democrat; andPat Sanders, Democrat.

District 6 Leslie Charles Martin, Democrat, and Charles J. Watkins, Democrat.District 8 Richard L. DeLong, Republican, and Randall Triche, Democrat.District 11 John Crose, Democrat, and Russell E. “Russ” Wise, no party affiliation.St. James ParishSchool Board District 3 Carol Lambert, Democrat, and Sally LeBlanc Zimmer, Democrat.

District 4 Dianne M. Gaudin, Democrat; George Nassar Jr., Democrat; Vanessa Scott,Democrat; and Cynthia Petit Zimmer, Democrat.

District 6 Barry R. “Hix” Batiste, Democrat; Charles T. “Charlie” Nailor, Democrat;and John “J.B.” Schexnayder, Democrat.District 7 Kathleen “Kitty” Becnel, Democrat; Henry J. Brock, Democrat; Richard”Ricky” Reulet Jr., Democrat; and Lazard E. Steib Jr., Democrat.GRAMERCY Mayor Herman P. Bourgeois, Democrat; Eugene “Gene” Louque, Democrat; GarlandRome, Democrat; and Ronald A. St. Pierre, Democrat.Chief of Police Andy M. Detillier, Democrat; David P. Dufresne, Democrat; Michael Kahl,Democrat; and Kenny P. Poche, Democrat.Board of Aldermen At-Large (two to be elected) Terry J. Borne, Democrat; John Doucet, Democrat; Melissa “Missy” Laurent,Democrat; and Clifford “Cliff” Moreau, Democrat.

District 2 Earl J. Deroche, Republican, and Eldridge P. “Gee” Zeringue, Democrat.District 3 Barry R. LeBlanc, Democrat; Christine Perrilloux, Democrat; and Alvin”Shark” St. Pierre Jr., Democrat.LUTCHER Mayor Jason P. Amato, Democrat, and Troas A. Poche, Democrat.Board of Aldermen At-Large Seat One Grayline “Beaver” Brown, Democrat, and Thomas D. George, Democrat.District 1, Division A Nathaniel “Nat” Jones, Democrat, and Floyd A. Marshall, Democrat.District 1, Division B Alonzo Johnson Sr., Democrat, and Danny B. Manuel, Democrat.St. Charles ParishSchool Board District 1 Cindy Brasher, Republican, and Alfred Green, Democrat.

District 6 Margie Eugene Richard, Democrat, and Ronald J. St. Pierre, Democrat.District 7 Steve Crovetto, Democrat; Pam Matus, Republican; George Sauzer, Democrat; and Freddie L. Seal, Republican.Public Service Commission Bernard L. Charbonnet Jr., Democrat; Irma Dixon, Democrat; andJohn F. Schwegmann, Democrat.In addition, the Saturday ballot will include 18 proposed Louisiana Constitution amendments. Two additional proposed amendments willappear on the Nov. 3 ballot, along with any runoff elections.

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