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On Election Day, voters in Louisiana picked a new president, a U.S. senator, and six congressmen as well as made decisions on several other races and proposals, including six constitutional amendments.
The polls closed at 8 p.m. after being open since 6 a.m. The Secretary of State's Office reminded voters that ballot selfies are legal.
Here's a look at what's on the ballot this election.
- Exclusive Poll: Kennedy leads candidates in US Senate race
- Protests, mudslinging take center stage at Raycom Media's U.S. Senate debate
- Six leading candidates face off in Raycom U.S. Senate debate
- US Senate candidates go on the attack in new round of ads
- Campbell accuses Fayard campaign of race-baiting
- 6 leading candidates to appear in Raycom debate
- David Duke qualifies for Raycom Senate debate on Nov. 2
- Candidates for Louisiana's Senate seat spar in first debate
2ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH:
- Baton Rouge Area Chamber hosts mayoral forum
- Mayoral candidates address issues facing north Baton Rouge
- Five mayoral candidates make their case for the office
- White has largest war chest entering last month of campaign in EBR mayor race
- Baton Rouge mayoral candidates speak to key issues at public forum
WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH:
POINTE COUPEE PARISH:
- Long lines expected at 'super precinct' in Juban Crossing
- East Baton Rouge voters redirected to temporary polling places
- More than 500,000 cast early votes in Louisiana
- Voters encouraged to monitor precinct changes ahead of upcoming election
- La. Secretary of State's Office relocates flooded voting precincts for election
- Huge turnout on first day of early voting leads to long lines at polling places
- More than 85,000 cast ballots on first day of early voting
- Louisiana denies Russia's request to monitor presidential election
- Rodrigue's Blue Dog to appear on 'I VOTED' stickers this year
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