(WAFB) - Several races headed to a runoff election after the general November 8 election. Statewide, voter turnout was 67.1 percent, according to unofficial results from the Secretary of State's Office. Election day for the runoff was Saturday, December 10. Polls opened at 7 a.m. and closed at 8 p.m.
RUNOFF ELECTION RESULTS:
Republican John Kennedy defeated Democrat Foster Campbell in the race for U.S. Senate
Democrat Sharon Weston-Broome defeated Republican Bodi White in the race for mayor-president of East Baton Rouge Parish
- Republican Clay Higgins, known as "Cajun John Wayne," defeated fellow Republican Scott Angelle in District 3. Click here for additional video.
- Republican Mike Johnson defeated Democrat Marshall Jones in District 4
- Democrat Chauna Banks defeated fellow Democrat Ulysses 'Bones' Addison in District 2
- Democrat Erika Green defeated fellow Democrat Linda Dewey in District 5
- Democrat LaMont Cole defeated fellow Democrat Elvin Sterling in District 7
- Republican Dwight Hudson defeated fellow Republican Kenneth Perret in District 9
- Democrat Tara Wicker defeated fellow Democrat Lorri Burgess in District 10
- Republican Barbara Freiberg defeated Democrat Rose Williams Carey in District 12
- 'NO' on East Baton Rouge Parish Crisis Stabilization Center
- 'NO' on East Baton Rouge Parish Green Light Property Tax
- 'YES' on East Baton Rouge Parish Green Light Sales Tax Rededication
- 'NO' on East Baton Rouge Parish Hotel Occupancy Tax
Secretary of State Tom Schedler says voters cast their ballots for the U.S. Senate, the 3rd and 4th Congressional Districts, municipal races across the state, and 156 propositions across 44 parishes.
WAFB political analyst Jim Engster was in the studio to call projected winners for local races, including the U.S. Senate seat, the East Baton Rouge mayor-president, and three congressional districts.
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