In Carencro, there will be run-off for the mayor’s race between Glenn Brasseaux and Charlotte Stemmans Clavier. The five council members will be: Jordan Arceneaux, Kim Guidry, Al Sinegal, Antoine Babineaux, and Danielle Capritto.
In Duson, the five alderman will be: Carroll Pepper, Carolyn “Pepe” Richard, “Steve” Hanks, Coby Duhon, and Wade Robin.
In Scott, Jan-Scott Richard has won the mayoral race by 23 votes, ousting Mayor Purvis Morrison. Chief of Police Chad Leger has kept his position by getting 82% of the vote.
Also in Scott, Troy Bergeron has been elected council member at large after getting 80% of the vote. The District 3 council member will be Danny Hollier.
In Broussard, “Ray” Bourque will be the next mayor, after receiving 89% of the vote. Police Chief Brannon Decou will keep his position after getting 82% of the vote.
Former Broussard Mayor Charles Langlinais, who had hoped to continue in city administration by being the councilman-at-large, was defeated by Jeff Delahoussaye.
In Youngsville, “Lindy” Bolgiano, Mathew Romero, and Gary Williams were elected to the council.
The fantasy sports 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.
Lafayette voters approved the measure, 57 percent to 43 percent. This is a new development for Lafayette, a parish that historically has always voted against gambling in large numbers.
Both tax propositions in Lafayette have failed, both only getting 26% of the vote. The propositions would have fully funded the Jail and Courthouse.
For more details about each of these taxes, check here.
For full results from all over Acadiana, check here.