2022 ELECTION RESULTS: Dec. 10 Runoff
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - It’s election day in Louisiana, and people voted on some important races in their parishes. The polls closed at 8 p.m.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 1:
Yes: 314,678 (73%)
No: 113,807 (27%)
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 2:
Yes: 300,635 (71%)
No: 123,250 (29%)
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 3:
Yes: 305,007 (72%)
No: 118,538 (28%)
DIST. 3 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION:
Davante Lewis (D): 53,001 (59%)
(I) Lambert C. Boissiere III (D): (36,098 (41%)
1ST CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEAL JUDGE - 2ND DIST., SUBDIST. 1, DIV. B:
Hunter Greene (R): 30,269 (54%)
“Don” Johnson (D): 25,376 (46%)
Voters in the Capital Region cast their ballots on three proposed amendments to the Louisiana State Constitution, along with run-off races from the Nov. 8 election.
A total of 23 parishes also had candidate races and local positions on the ballot.
In the Capital Area, that included East Baton Rouge, Assumption, East Feliciana, Livingston, St. Helena, and Tangipahoa parishes.
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