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Four state senate district seats filled in Acadiana

Posted: 11:13 PM, Oct 12, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-13 00:13:00-04
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Four state senate races have been called with two candidates winning re-election.

District 24
In the Senate District 24 race, incumbent Democratic candidate Gerarld Boudreaux won re-election with 76 percent of the vote against his opponent Cory Levier I. District 24 covers portions of Lafayette, St. Martin and St. Landry Parish.

District 25
Republican Mark Abraham has been elected to the Senate District 25 seat. The district covers areas of Acadia and Jeff Davis Parish. Abraham received 54 percent of the vote against Republicans Kevin M. Berken, who recieved 24 percent and John E. "Johnny" Guinn, who received 22 percent of the vote.

District 26
For Senate District 26, Bob Hensgens has won re-election with 79 percent of the vote against his opponent, Democrat Jerry Gaspard. District 26 covers portions of Vermilion, Acadia, Lafayette and St. Landry parish.

District 28
Republican Heather Cloud will claim the Senate District 28 seat. Cloud won with 61 percent of the vote. Her two Democratic opponents Robert Johnson and H. Bernard LeBas received 24 percent and 13 percent of the vote. District 28 covers Allen, Evangeline, Acadia, Avoyelles and St. Landry Parish.

For more information on election results, visit KATC.com/elections .