Campaigns are kicking into high gear as we are now less than a week away from election day 2022.  Mid-term election on a national level, a possible new mayor for Shreveport, as well as council-members, school board members, constitutional amendments, as well as parish-wide propositions are all on the ballot for Tuesday.

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Although they have increased your time allowed in the ballot box, it's imperative to be informed before you step into the voting booth.  Here's latest list of candidates running for each office that's on your ballot, depending on where you live.

U. S. Senator

Beryl A. Billiot- No Party- Male

Gary Chambers Jr.-  Democrat-  Male

"Xan" John- Other- Male

John Kennedy- Republican- Male

Thomas La Fontaine Olson- No Party- Male

Bradley McMorris- Independent- Male

Devin Lance Graham- Republican- Male

Aaron C. Sigler- Libertarian- Male

MV "Vinny" Mendoza- Democrat- Male

"Luke" Mixon- Democrat- Male

Salvador P. Rodriguez- Democrat- Male

Syrita Steib- Democrat- Female

Thomas Wenn- Other- Male

 

Bossier School Board

Member of School Board District 1

Billie Jo Brotherton- Republican- Female

Member of School Board District 2

Kent L. Bockhaus- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 3

Tammy Armer Smith- Republican- Female

Member of School Board District 4

Duane Deen- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 5

Adam Bass- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 6

Glenwood L. "Glen" Bullard- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 7

Craton Cochran- Independent- Male

Member of School Board District 8

Kenneth Wiggins- Democrat- Male
Member of School Board District 9

Eric Newman- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 10

Sandra "Samm" Darby- Independent- Female

Member of School Board District 11

Robert Bertrand- Republican- Male

Miki Royer- Independent- Female

Member of School Board District 12

Zandra Ashley- Democrat- Female

Erick Falting- Republican- Male

Barbara Johnson Simpson- Democrat- Female

 

 Judge, Court of Appeal 2nd Circuit, 3rd Dist., Elec. Sec. 2B

Frances Pitman- Republican- Female  UNOPPOSED

 

District Judge 1st Judicial District Court, ES 2, Div. I

Edwin Byrd- Republican- Male  UNOPPOSED

 

Caddo Parish Commission 

Parish Commission Member District 6

Steffon D. Jones- Democrat- Male

 

Caddo Parish School Board

Member of School Board District 1

Kisha Gayle Newsom- Republican- Female

Steve Umling- Republican- Male

Member of School Board District 2

Jasmine R. Green- Democrat- Female

Orlisa Nash Johnson- Democrat- Female

 

Member of School Board District 7

Darrin Dixon- Democrat- Male

Linda Rasberry Smith- Democrat- Female

Barbara Smith-Iverson- Democrat- Female

Member of School Board District 8

Christine Tharpe- Republican- Female

"Mike" Morales- Democrat- Male

 

Member of School Board District 10

Jon Shaffer Glover- Independent- Female

Rodney Jiles- Democrat- Male

Katie McLain- Republican- Female

Member of School Board District 11

John L. Albritton- Democrat- Male

Jessica Yeates- Republican- Female

Member of School Board District 12

Carter L. Bedford- Democrat- Male

Dottie H. Bell- Democrat- Female

Joy Sims- No Party- Female

Barbara Johnson Simpson- Democrat- Female

Sheila Crosby Wimberly- Democrat- Female

 

 Mayor City of Shreveport

"Tom" Arceneaux- Republican- Male

Gregory Tarver- Democrat- Male

LeVette Fuller- Democrat- Female

Lauren Ray Anderson- Libertarian- Female

Mario C. Chavez- No Party- Male

Adrian Perkins- Democrat- Male

Tracy Mendels- Democrat- Female

"Julius" Romano- Independent- Male

Melvin G. "E." Slack Jr.- Republican- Male

Darryl R. Ware II- Democrat- Male

 

Shreveport City Council

Councilman District A, City of Shreveport
Kinsey Montgomery- Democrat- Male

Tabatha "Tab" Taylor- Democrat- Female

Councilman District B, City of Shreveport
Gary Brooks- Democrat- Male

Mavice Hughes Thigpen- Democrat- Female

James Carstensen- Republican- Male

Craig B. Lee- Independent- Male

Councilman District C, City of Shreveport
"Jim" Taliaferro- Republican- Male

Rebecca Thomas- Democrat- Female

Joseph H. Carstensen- Independent- Male

Councilman District D, City of Shreveport
Grayson S. Boucher- Republican- Male

Councilman District E, City of Shreveport
Alan Jackson- Democrat- Male

"Tony" Nations- Republican- Male

Alvin Ray Oliver- Democrat- Male

Councilman District F, City of Shreveport
James Edward Green- Democrat- Male

Councilman District G, City of Shreveport
Ursula Bowman- Democrat- Female

Carla D. Buntyn- Democrat- Female

Derrick L. Henderson- Democrat- Male

Antonio Washington- Democrat- Male

There are also 6 Parish-wide propositions on the ballot. 5 are millage renewals, and 1 is a bond issue for expansion projects and improvements at the Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Park.  The website caddo.org emphasizes there are no new taxes on the ballot.

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