St. Charles Parish election results

From staff and wire reports
November 04, 2010 at 3:25 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Following are the election results in St. Charles Parish in Tuesday’s election:

Lieutenant Governor
"Jay" Dardenne (R) - 62% - 10,088 
Caroline Fayard (D) - 38% -  6,224 


U. S. Senator
David Vitter (R) - 61% - 10,060 
"Charlie" Melancon (D) - 34% - 5,581 


U. S. Representative -- 1st Congressional District
"Steve" Scalise (R) 79% - 3,078 
Myron Katz (D) 20% - 783 


U. S. Representative -- 3rd Congressional District
"Jeff" Landry (R) 64% - 7,678 
Ravi Sangisetty (D) 36% -  4,336 


Constitutional Amendments

NO. 1
 (Act 539-SB67)
Salary enact.law cert.elect.off.&PSC
For 78% - 11,845 
Against 22% - 3,265 

NO. 2
(Act 541-HB765) Decrease/Increase severance tax revenues
For 53% -  7,738 
Against 47% - 6,864 

NO. 3
(Act 1049-HB246)
Homestead Exemp.for veterans/surv.spouse
For 62% - 9,136 
Against 38% - 5,547 

NO. 4
(Act 542-HB903) Tax.Auth.w/gov.auth.mill.rates w/o voter approv.
For 55% - 7,978 
Against 45% - 6,444
 
NO. 5
(Act 1050-SB21)
Homestead Exemp. disaster Hm.destroy/repair/rebuild
For 54% - 7,902 
Against 46% - 6,797 

NO. 6
(Act 1048-HB229)
 2/3's vote, La. Public Retirement system
For 69% - 10,090 
Against 31% - 4,497 

NO. 7
(Act 540-HB509)
 Bidding Process, payment of penalties
For 57% - 8,055 
Against 43% - 6,175
 
NO. 8
(Act 1052-HB276) Exist.use/disuse of property,health & safety
For 61% - 8,681 
Against 39% - 5,661 

NO. 9
(Act 1051-SB42) -- Civil Matters, workers' compensation claim
For 66% - 9,498 
Against 34% -  4,846 

NO. 10
(Act 1053-HB940) Criminal defendants waive rights to a trial
For 51% - 7,508 
Against 49% - 7,158 




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