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Election results: See who won Louisiana's runoffs and more

Precinct commissioner Mary Ann Winningkoff stands by as people vote at a polling place at St. Rita's Catholic School on election day in Harahan, La. on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2023.
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Precinct commissioner Mary Ann Winningkoff stands by as people vote in the Louisiana primaries at St. Rita's Catholic School in Harahan on Oct. 14.

Election Day in Louisiana is here.

On Saturday, Nov. 18, Louisianans head to the polls to vote on the remaining candidates in three statewide races and several local races — and choose whether to approve four constitutional amendments.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Saturday.

As of Thursday, just under 270,000 of Louisiana's roughly 2.9 million registered voters had already cast their ballots through early voting. That's about 9% of all eligible voters and an 8% drop from the number of people who voted early in 2019.

With the governor’s race already decided, turnout in the general is expected to be even lower than it was in October’s primary. Overall turnout in that election was about 36%.

This page will be updated to reflect the winners as results come in after the polls close.

Winners and approved constitutional amendments will be bolded and underlined.

Secretary of State

  • Gwen Collins-Greenup — Democrat 
  • Nancy Landry — Republican 

Attorney General

  • Lindsey Cheek — Democrat 
  • Liz Murrill — Republican 

Treasurer

  • John Fleming — Republican 
  • Dustin Granger — Democrat 

Constitutional Amendments

  • Constitutional Amendment No. 1 — Provides relative to timing of gubernatorial action on a bill and related matters.
  • Constitutional Amendment No. 2 —  Repeals certain funds in the state treasury.
  • Constitutional Amendment No. 3 — Provides for an ad valorem tax exemption for certain first responders. 
  • Constitutional Amendment No. 4 — Provides relative to the use of monies in the Revenue Stabilization Trust Fund.

Local elections

In addition to the statewide races listed above, Louisianans will vote in a number of local elections.

The specific races vary by location — be sure to check your sample ballot at the Secretary of State’s voter portal — but many voters will see state representatives, sheriffs, school board members, clerks and other public officials on the ballot.

See all elections results at the secretary of state's voter portal.

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