Governor, district 36 senate race top Saturday’s ballot

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Saturday voters will have their say in who Louisiana’s next governor will be as well as other statewide and local offices.

Topping the ballot locally is the district 12 police jury seat and the state Senate seat.

According to the Webster Parish Clerk of Courts office, more than 350 people early voted.

Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

On the ballot:

Governor
John Bel Edwards (D)
David Vitter (R)

Lieutenant Governor
Melvin L. “Kip” Holden (D)
“Billy” Nungesser (R)

Attorney General
James D. “Buddy” Caldwell (R)
“Jeff” Landry (R)

BESE – District 4
Tony Davis (R)
Mary Johnson Harris (R)

State Senator – 36th Senatorial District
Henry Burns (R)
Ryan Gatti (R)

Police Juror – District 12
Dustin Moseley (O)
Rebecca Shelley Sherrard (R)

School District No. 6 Proposition (Bond)
Yes
No

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