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Joe Biden, Jr.
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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Bill Cassidy
Senior Seat Republican
Senator John Kennedy
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 2
Representative Cedric Richmond
District 2 Democratic
District 6
Representative Garret Graves
District 6 Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

Governor John Bel Edwards
(Running) Democratic
Ralph Abraham
Challenger (Running) Republican
Oscar Dantzler
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Patrick Doguet
Challenger (Running) Republican
Gary Landrieu
Challenger (Running) Independent
Patrick Landry
Challenger (Running) Republican
Manuel Leach
Challenger (Running) Republican
Vinny Mendoza
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Eddie Rispone
Challenger (Running) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Willie Jones, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Rao Uppu
Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

District 61
Representative C. Marcelle
District 61 (Running) Democratic
Amy Pollard
District 61 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 67
Representative Patricia Smith
District 67 Democratic
Leah Cullins
District 67 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Sonya Hall
District 67 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Larry Selders
District 67 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Jocita Williams
District 67 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 68
Representative Steve Carter
District 68 Republican
Laura Adams
District 68 Challenger (Running) Republican
Taryn Branson
District 68 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tommy Dewey
District 68 Challenger (Running) Republican
Joshua Hajiakbarifini
District 68 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Scott McKnight
District 68 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 70
Representative Franklin Foil
District 70 Republican
Belinda Davis
District 70 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Michael DiResto
District 70 Challenger (Running) Republican
Barbara Freiberg
District 70 Challenger (Running) Republican
Mallory Mayeux
District 70 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Ricky Sheldon
District 70 Challenger (Running) Republican

State Senate

District 14
Senator Yvonne Colomb
District 14 Democratic
Cleo Fields
District 14 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Patricia Smith
District 14 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 16
Senator Dan Claitor
District 16 Republican
Everett Baudean
District 16 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Bob Bell
District 16 Challenger (Running) Republican
Steve Carter
District 16 Challenger (Running) Republican
Franklin Foil
District 16 Challenger (Running) Republican
Beverly Thompson
District 16 Challenger (Running) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

State Board of Education

Vickie Auguste
Challenger (Running) Independent
Shawon Bernard
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Marion Bonura
Challenger (Running) Independent
Denise Carpenter
Challenger (Withdrawn) Republican
Preston Castille
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Stephen Chapman
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ashley Ellis
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ciara Hart
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Vereta Lee
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Jonathan Loveall
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Timala Melancon
Challenger (Running) Independent
Ronnie Morris
Challenger (Running) Republican
Janice Perea
Challenger (Running) Republican
Lee Price-Barrios
Challenger (Running) Republican
Chakesha Scott
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Gregory Spiers
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ashonta Wyatt
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Attorney General

Attorney General Jeff Landry
(Running) Republican
Ike Jackson, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Secretary of State

Secretary Kyle Ardoin
(Running) Republican
Gwen Collins-Greenup
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Thomas Kennedy III
Challenger (Running) Republican
Amanda Smith
Challenger (Running) Republican

Secretary of Revenue

Superintendent of Education

Treasurer

Treasurer John Schroder, Sr.
(Running) Republican
Derrick Edwards
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Teresa Kenny
Challenger (Running) No Party

Incumbents

Challengers

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

District 1
Associate Justice Greg Guidry
District 1 Republican
Will Crain
District 1 Challenger (Running) Republican
Richard Ducote
District 1 Challenger (Running) Republican
Hans Liljeberg
District 1 Challenger (Running) Republican
Scott Schlegel
District 1 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 2
Associate Justice Scott Crichton
District 2 Republican
District 3
Associate Justice James Genovese
District 3 Republican
District 4
Associate Justice Marcus Clark
District 4 Republican
District 5
District 6
Associate Justice John Weimer
District 6 Democratic

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

District 7
Chief Justice Bernette Johnson
District 7 Democratic

Incumbents

Council Member

District 1 (Baton Rouge)
Trae Welch
District 1
Trae Welch
District 1
District 2 (East Baton Rouge Parish)
District 3 (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Chandler Loupe
District 3
Chandler Loupe
District 3
District 4 (Baton Rouge)
Scott Wilson
District 4
Scott Wilson
District 4 Republican
District 5 (Baton Rouge)
Erika Green
District 5
Erika Green
District 5
District 6 (Baton Rouge)
District 7 (Baton Rouge)
LaMont Cole
District 7
LaMont Cole
District 7
District 8 (Baton Rouge)
Buddy Amoroso
District 8
Buddy Amoroso
District 8
District 9 (Baton Rouge)
Dwight Hudson
District 9
Dwight Hudson
District 9
District 10 (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Tara Wicker
District 10
Tara Wicker
District 10
District 11 (Baton Rouge)
Matt Watson
District 11
Matt Watson
District 11
District 12 (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Barbara Freiberg
District 12
Barbara Freiberg
District 12
At-Large (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Kip Holden
At-Large
Election Date Title Outcome
Oct. 12, 2019 Proposed Amendment No. 1 Pending
Oct. 12, 2019 Proposed Amendment No. 2 Pending
Oct. 12, 2019 Proposed Amendment No. 3 Pending
Oct. 12, 2019 Proposed Amendment No. 4 Pending

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Pelican State
  • Motto: Union, Justice and Confidence
  • Area: 48,523 sq mi
  • Population: 4,601,893 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Baton Rouge
  • Statehood: Apr. 30, 1812 (18th state)
  • Highest Point: Driskill Mt., 535 ft
  • Lowest Point: New Orleans, 5 ft below sea level
  • Bird: Eastern Brown Pelican
  • Flower: Magnolia
  • Senators: 39
  • Representatives: 105
  • Electoral Votes: 8
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