Shreveport Will Have a New Mayor – Election Results
The election is over and the votes are being counted. A steady stream of voters made it to the polls all across Shreveport and Bossier City throughout the day. The polls closed at 8pm and that's when the numbers started rolling in. Experts were predicting a voter turnout of about 40% for this election.
How Many Voters Are in Louisiana?
In many of the races, the top two candidates will make it to a runoff in December. We are closely watching the Shreveport Mayor's race which drew a field of 10 candidates including incumbent Mayor Adrian Perkins.
How Many Voters Are in Caddo Parish?
We'll also be keeping an eye on Shreveport City Council races, area school board races, the U.S. Senate race, and votes on constitutional amendments and local propositions.
In the Shreveport Mayor's race, it has been quite a race. But in the end, Republican Attorney and former City Councilman Tom Arceneaux led the field with 28% of the vote to 24% for Democratic State Senator Greg Tarver.
Mario C. Chavez (NOPTY) got 18% of the vote to 17% for Adrian Perkins and 10% for LeVette Fuller.
Shreveport City Council Races
Caddo School Board Races
How Many Voters Are in Bossier Parish?
Bossier School Board Races
Louisiana Statewide Results
U. S. Senator