St. John the Baptist Parish November 8 Election Results

Published 9:58 pm Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect changes to vote counts reported on the Secretary of State’s website.

School Board — District 2

Jonae’ Tassin Alexander (DEM) 31.43% 324
Albert Burl III (DEM) 53.35% 550
“Greg” Gathers, Sr. (DEM) 15.23% 157

 

School Board — District 3

Gerald Keller (REP) 44.06% 545
Patricia “Momma Cat” Triche (REP) 55.94% 692

 

School Board — District 4

“Tim” Keller (DEM) 42.18% 407
Raydel Morris (DEM) 57.82% 558

School Board — District 5

Sherry Defrancesch (IND) 71.05% 589
Latunya Dykes Creecy (DEM) 28.95% 240

 

School Board — District 6

Jennifer Frizzell (DEM) 57.04% 482
Keith Jones (DEM) 42.96% 363

 

School Board — District 7

Akeem Burl (DEM) 49% 353
Samuel Mamou (DEM) 51% 361

 

School Board — District 10

Georgia “GK” Keller (DEM) 34.50% 345
Nia Mitchell-Williams (DEM) 55.90% 559
“Rob” Taylor, Jr. (DEM) 9.60% 96

 

School Board — District 11

Renita Jackson Graber (DEM) 22.42% 259
Shondrell Perrilloux (REP) 3.72% 43
Clarence Triche (REP) 8.92% 103
Lindsey Vicknair (REP) 64.94% 750

 

Constable — Justice of the Peace District 3

Desmond James (DEM) 38.00% 521
Mala Taylor (DEM) 62.00% 850

 

Parishwide Proposition No. 1 of 2 — 1 Mill Renewal – PC – 10 Yrs.

YES 57.71% 6,305
NO 42.29% 4,620

Parishwide Proposition No. 2 of 2 — 1 Mill Renewal – PC – 10 Yrs.

YES 59.33% 6,489
NO 40.67% 4,448

Multi-Parish Races – St. John the Baptist Parish Results ONLY

U. S. Senator

Beryl A. Billiot (NOPTY) 0.86% 100
Gary Chambers, Jr. (DEM) 29.85% 3,475
Devin Lance Graham (REP) 1.45% 169
“Xan” John (OTHER) 0.19% 22
John Kennedy (REP) 38.28% 4,457
W. Thomas La Fontaine Olson (NOPTY) 0.13% 15
Bradley McMorris (IND) 0.43% 50
MV “Vinny” Mendoza (DEM) 0.91% 106
“Luke” Mixon (DEM) 14.24% 1,658
Salvador P. Rodriguez (DEM) 0.61% 71
Aaron C. Sigler (LBT) 0.30% 35
Syrita Steib (DEM) 12.62% 1,469
Thomas Wenn (OTHER) 0.14% 16

 

U. S. Representative — 2nd Congressional District

Troy A. Carter (DEM) 71.32% 6,146
“Dan” Lux (REP) 28.68% 2,472

 

U. S. Representative — 6th Congressional District

Brian Belzer (REP) 10.11% 265
Rufus Holt Craig, Jr. (LBT) 18.92% 496
Garret Graves (REP) 70.98% 1,861

 

PSC — District 3

Lambert C. Boissiere III (DEM) 42.65% 4,346
Willie Jones (DEM) 12.73% 1,297
Davante Lewis (DEM) 13.94% 1,420
Gregory Manning (DEM) 21.69% 2,210
Jesse T. Thompson (DEM) 8.99% 916

 

CA No. 1 (ACT 130, 2021 – HB 154) — Modifies the maximum amount of monies in certain state funds that may be invested in equities

YES 36.18% 4,045
NO 63.82% 7,134

 

CA No. 2 (ACT 172, 2022 – HB 599) — Expands property tax exemptions for homestead exemption property for veterans with disabilities

YES 73.41% 8,260
NO 26.59% 2,992

 

CA No. 3 (ACT 156, 2021 – HB 315) — Allows classified civil service employees to support election of family members to public office

YES 39.38% 4,392
NO 60.62% 6,760

 

CA No. 4 (ACT 155, 2021 – HB 59) — Authorizes a political subdivision to waive charges for water under certain circumstances

YES 78.59% 8,790
NO 21.41% 2,395

 

CA No. 5 (ACT 133, 2021 – SB 154) — Provides relative to property tax millage rate adjustments and maximum authorized millage rates

YES 50.04% 5,488
NO 49.96% 5,480

 

CA No. 6 (ACT 129, 2021 – HB 143) — Limits the increase in assessed value of certain property following reappraisal in Orleans Parish

YES 53.09% 5,766
NO 46.91% 5,095

 

CA No. 7 (ACT 246, 2022 – HB 298) — Provides relative to the prohibition of involuntary servitude and administration of criminal justice

YES 38.84% 4,267
NO 61.16% 6,718

 

CA No. 8 (ACT 171, 2022 – HB 395) — Removes requirement of annual certification of income for certain eligible disabled homeowners

YES 58.79% 6,456
NO 41.21% 4,525