Citizens turned out to vote Tuesday, Nov. 8

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From left are Jackie Johnson, Sandy Aymonde, Elizabeth Randolph, Shon Charles and Marcia Brown.   Nathan Wilson

Juanice Gray

Jackie Johnson prepares to vote at a polling station located at St. Anthony Catholic Church on Nov. 8. The federal election sent Republican incumbent John Kennedy, with 62% of the vote, back to Washington to continue his representation of the state.

In local elections, Chad Fredieu, No Party, of Campti won the Dist. 7 school board seat with 77%, or 840 votes.

In Dist. 9, Micah Nicholson, Republican, unseated incumbent Beverly Broadway, R, by a margin of 54% to 46%.

In Dist. 10, Russ Danzy, R, retained his seat with 77% of the vote.

It appears there will be a runoff for the Mayor of Campti. Incumbent LaRon Winslow, D, garnered 32% of the vote while Katrina Evans, D, took 35%. They will face off Dec. 10.

Gayle Cloud, R, will serve as Mayor of the Village of Goldonna, unseating incumbent Jennifer Smith, R, by a margin of 82% to 18%.

Daniel Gongre, No Party, will serve as Mayor of Provencal.

There will be a runoff for the Mayor of Robeline. Bobby Behan, R, earned 37% while Gordon Ocon, D, got 31%.

Town of Campti Police Chief will also be decided in a Dec. 10 runoff. Christopher Bush, D, earned 42% and Bruce Marshall, D, took 35%.

Robeline Police Chief will be Shelby Borders, R, who earned the mandatory 50% plus one vote requirement to prevent a runoff. He had 56% of the vote.