Election Qualifying Ends – Winn Parish Ballot for Nov. 3rd Election

Candidates for Louisiana’s Fifth Congressional District include:

  1. Candy Christophe (D)
  2. Allen Guillory Sr. (R)
  3. Lance Harris (R)
  4. Matt Hasty (R)
  5. Jesse Lagarde (D)
  6. Martin Lemelle (D)
  7. Luke Letlow (R)
  8. Scotty Robinson (R)
  9. Phillip Snowden (D)

Incumbent Ralph Abraham (R) is not seeking re-election.

Candidates for U.S. Senate include:

  1. Beryl Billiot (NP)
  2. John Paul Bourgeois (NP)
  3. Incumbent Bill Cassidy (R)
  4. Reno Jean Daret III (NP)
  5. Derrick “Champ” Edwards (D)
  6. “Xan” John (Other)
  7. David Drew Knight (D)
  8. M.V. “Vinny” Mendoza (I)
  9. Jamar Montgomery (NP)
  10. Dustin Murphy (R)
  11. Adrian Perkins (D)
  12. Antoine Pierce (D)
  13. Melinda Mary Price (Other)
  14. Aaron C. Sigler (L)
  15. Peter Wenstrup (D)

Candidates for Associate Justice Supreme Court, 4th District include:

  1. Shannon Gremillion (R)
  2. Jay McCallun (R)

Candidates for Public Service Commissioner District 5 include:

  1. Foster Campbell (D)
  2. Shane Smiley (R)
  3. Scotty Waggoner (R)

Candidate for District Judge 8th JDC is:

  1. Anastasia “Staci” Wiley (D)

Candidate for City Judge, City of Winnfield is:

  1. Keith Gates (R)

Candidates for City Marshal, City of Winnfield include:

  1. Jamey Maxwell (NP)
  2. Narvin Powell, Jr. (D)

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 6 is:

  1. Arlene Vines (R)

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 7 is:

  1. W. Bryan Price (R)

Candidates for Justice of the Peace Ward 9 include:

  1. Jan J. Collins (R)
  2. Dianne Garner (R)

Candidates for Justice of the Peace Ward 10 is:

  1. Shirley Tubbs

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 11 is:

  1. Nelda Murphy (R)

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 12 is:

  1. Dewayne Sanders (NP)

Candidates for Constable Ward 6 include:

  1. Mark C. Johns (NP)
  2. Ricky Vines (R)

Candidate for Constable Ward 8 is:

  1. John T. Williams (I)

Candidate for Constable Ward 9 is:

  1. Carolyn Abels (I)

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 10 is:

  1. “Jody” Ownes (R)

Candidates for Constable Ward 11 include:

  1. Brian Scott Jordan (R)
  2. Mitchell Miles (R)
  3. Jeremy Parker (R)

Candidate for Justice of the Peace Ward 12 is:

  1. Lowell Hubbard (R)

Candidate for Mayor of Atlanta is:

  1. Janet Finklea (D)

Candidate for Mayor of Sikes is:

  1. Sheryl McDaniel

Candidate for Chief of Police of Atlanta is:

  1. Gerry Lummus (NP)

Candidate for Alderman Village of Calvin is:

  1. John Canderday, Jr. (R)

Candidates for Alderman Village of Atlanta include:

  1. “Pam” Carey (NP)
  2. Joyce Lebaron (R)

Candidate for Alderman Village of Sikes is:

  1. Angel Smith (R)

Justice of the Peace for Ward 8 and, Constable for Ward 7 had no candidates qualify. 8th JDC District Attorney, Chris Nevils qualified for re-election and will run unopposed. 

Important election dates:

  • The deadline to register to vote in person or by mail is Oct. 5.
  • The deadline to register to vote through the GeauxVote Online Registration System is Oct. 13.
  • Early voting is Oct. 20-27 (excluding Sunday, Oct. 25) from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • The deadline to request an absentee by mail ballot is Oct. 30 by 4:30 p.m. You can request an absentee by mail ballot online through our Voter Portal or in writing through your Registrar of Voters Office (other than military and overseas voters).
  • The deadline for a registrar of voters to receive a voted mail ballot is Nov. 2 by 4:30 p.m. (other than military and overseas voters).

 

Right: Barbara Wiley, Staci Wiley (candidate for 8th JDC Judge), Jim Wiley
Right: Amber Leder, Keith Gates (candidate for Winnfield City Judge)

9 thoughts on “Election Qualifying Ends – Winn Parish Ballot for Nov. 3rd Election

  1. There is something wrong here. There have been people allowed to file to run for office that are not qualified to run for the office they filed for. Under Louisiana law nobody 70 years old and up can run for judicial appointments. This means if you are 70+ years of age you cannot run for any judge or justice of the peace positions. The law has been broken here in Winn. Whose job is it to monitor this to see that people that are overage and therefore unquestionably unqualified can file to run? I’m just asking. Does anybody know? Clearly the law has been broken. Whose job is it to do something about it?

      • Is that how it works? I “call them out”? Should I tell them to meet me on Main Street and tell them they have their choice of weapons? We duel it out then? Well it’s not my job to “call them out” but it’s somebody’s and that’s what I was trying to find out.
        If you can’t read the names of the people that filed for judge or justice of the peace and can’t tell which ones are probably over 70 years old then ask someone that’s older and they will tell you who it is, then nobody will have to “call them out”. Have a blessed day.

  2. There has been some mistake made, there are candidates that have filed for office in Winn Parish that aren’t qualified to run for the office they have filed for. Louisiana law prohibits anyone that is 70 years old or older from running for any judicial appointment. That means if your 70+ years old you can’t run for any judge or justice of the peace position. Who has allowed this to happen? Whose job is it to monitor this and make sure these things don’t happen. I’m just asking. The law has been violated.

  3. Would it be the clerk of courts job, or the register of voters to make sure they meet the qualifications to run for a certain office?

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