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Iberia Parish election results

Posted at 9:36 PM, Nov 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-06 23:40:53-05

In Iberia Parish, voters rejected a sales tax and a familiar face was elected to the School Board.

Voters rejected a sales tax that would have raised more than $3 million annually to fix roads and bridges. The vote was 63 percent no, 37 percent yes.

In the fourth district for the Iberia Parish School Board, Raymond “Shoe-Do” Lewis was elected to the school board with 55 percent of the vote, compared to Thomas Jolivet, Independent, who got 45 percent of the vote. Lewis has served on the school board in the past, but most recently was a member of the city council. 

Here are the parish results:

Member of School Board District 1

Nursey Ozenne McNeal, Democrat (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 2

Elvin “Dee” Pradia, Independent (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 3

Jay McDonald, No Party (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 4

Thomas Jolivet, Independent – 45 percent

Raymond “Shoe-Do” Lewis, Democrat – 55 percent

Member of School Board District 5

Debra Savoie, Republican (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 6

Sanders Butler III, Democrat – 12 percent

Kim E. Lockett, Democrat – 32 percent

Michael “Mike” Mayeux, Republican – 55 percent

Member of School Board District 7

Dan L. LeBlanc Sr., Republican (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 8

Brad Norris, Republican (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 9

Dana Dugas, Republican (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 10

Rachel Segura, No Party (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 11

Kathleen Rosamond, Republican (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 12

Arthur Alexander, Democrat (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 13

Danny D. Segura, Independent (unopposed)

Member of School Board District 14

Kernic “Mushy” Fremin, Democrat (unopposed)

Constable Justice of the Peace Ward 3

Chad Hazelwood, Republican (unopposed)

Sales Tax District No. 1 Proposition (Sales Tax). This would authorize the collection of a 3/4 percent sales tax to raise about $3.3 million annually to fund road and street work in the district.

Yes 37 percent; No 37 percent

Fantasy Sports item:

This item was on every voter’s ballot state-wide, but each parish is deciding the issue individually.

A vote for it would permit online fantasy sports betting contests in the voter’s parish; a vote against it would not allow online fantasy sports betting contests in the voter’s parish.

Iberia voters approved this measure, 54 percent to 46 percent.

For full election results, click here.