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Greater New Orleans Tea Party Message Board ELECTIONS 2019 .......ROAD TO VICTORY › 2011 SAMPLE BALLOTS, UPCOMING ELECTIONS FOR THIS YEAR

2011 SAMPLE BALLOTS, UPCOMING ELECTIONS FOR THIS YEAR

Terri
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 1,620
https://voterportal.s...­

To find information on the ELECTIONS in Louisiana this year ( 2011).......
Click on above link
Do "Address Search" with YOUR home address
Click on "What are the upcoming elections in my Parish?" ( NO SPECIFIC INFO YET for Individual voters)
Click on "Election Date" Box to see elections for different dates



For example, THIS is currently listed for the JEFFERSON PARISH VOTERS (No candidates yet......)
April 2, Elections
Assessor (1 to be elected)
Councilman at Large Division A (1 to be elected)
Mayor Town of Jean Lafitte (1 to be elected)
Councilmen Town of Jean Lafitte (5 to be elected)

October 22, Elections
Governor (1 to be elected)
Lieutenant Governor (1 to be elected)
Secretary of State (1 to be elected)
Secretary of State (Unexp. Term) (1 to be elected)
Attorney General (1 to be elected)
Treasurer (1 to be elected)
Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry (1 to be elected)
Commissioner of Insurance (1 to be elected)
BESE District 1 (1 to be elected)
BESE District 2 (1 to be elected)
BESE District 3 (1 to be elected)
State Senator 10th Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Senator 3rd Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Senator 6th Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Senator 7th Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Senator 8th Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Senator 9th Senatorial District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 105th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 54th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 78th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 79th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 80th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 81st Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 82nd Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 83rd Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 84th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 85th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 86th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 87th Representative District (1 to be elected)
State Representative 92nd Representative District (1 to be elected)
Sheriff (1 to be elected)
Clerk of Court (1 to be elected)
Assessor (1 to be elected)
Coroner (1 to be elected)
Parish President (1 to be elected)
Councilman at Large Division A (1 to be elected)
Councilman at Large Division B (1 to be elected)
Councilman District 1 (1 to be elected)
Councilman District 2 (1 to be elected)
Councilman District 3 (1 to be elected)
Councilman District 4 (1 to be elected)
Councilman District 5 (1 to be elected)
Terri
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,307
To see a list of ALL elective offices in your Parish....AND the candidates who are running..... go here
http://www.sos.la.gov...­

Then click on "Races in a Parish"
Enter YOUR Parish
The offices and candidates should come up for you........



FYI

Tea Party members are RUNNING !!!! This is not a GNOTP endorsement...but we do feel you need to take a close look at these candidates. If you think they would be a good choice......please consider helping physically and financially in any way you can. You might want to consider "helping" even if they are NOT in your particular voting district.

Governor
Trey Roberts (GNOTP)

Jeff Parish Council, District 4
Walt Bennetti (GNOTP)
http://www.facebook.c...­

Jeff Parish Council, District 3
George Peterson (GNOTP)

St. Tammany Parish President
Karen Champagne (Northshore 9-12)
http://www.facebook.c...­

St. Tammany Parish Council, District 10
Maureen O'Brien (Northshore Tea Party)
“Maureen O’Brien Campaign” 3704 Forest Dr. PMB #36, Mandeville, LA 70471

State Representative District 81
Laura O'Halloran (Livingston Parish Tea Party)
http://lauraohalloran...­

A former member
Post #: 5
Thanks for getting the word out! My web site is www.lauraohalloran.com and I'm also on Facebook www.Facebook.com/repurchasela.
Terri
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,436
EARLY VOTING BEGINS TODAY , OCT 8. HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR BALLOT???? I COPIED MINE BELOW (KENNER) ....I HAVE 14 VOTES TO CAST!!!!

EXPLANATION OF CA (CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS): http://www.meetup.com...­

EXPLANATION OF JEFF PARISH PROPOSITION: http://www.meetup.com...­

PLEASE LOOK AT YOUR BALLOT TODAY SO YOU ARE NOT SURPRISED AT THE POLLS!!! CANDIDATES WHO WITHDREW LATE.....MAY STILL BE ON YOUR POLL BALLOT BUT WILL NOT BE ON THE ONE YOU PRINT FROM SOS.

SEE YOUR BALLOT HERE: http://www.sos.la.gov...­ ......YOU CAN PRINT IT TO TAKE WITH YOU!!!


Governor (Select 1)
Blanchard, David #1 No Party
Bollingham, Leonard "Lenny" #2 No Party
Ceasar, "Ron" #3 No Party
Deaton, Cary J. #4 Democrat
Hollis, Tara #5 Democrat
Jindal, "Bobby" #6 Republican
Lang Jr., William Robert "Bob" #7 No Party
Lewis, Scott #8 Libertarian
Papazoglakis, "Niki Bird" #9 Democrat
Roberts, Ivo "Trey" #10 Democrat

Lieutenant Governor (Select 1)
Dardenne, "Jay" #11 Republican
Nungesser, "Billy" #12 Republican

Secretary of State For Regular and Unexpired Term (Select 1)
Schedler, "Tom" #13 Republican
Tucker, "Jim" #14 Republican

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry (Select 1)
Alexandrenko, Belinda "B" #19 Reform
LaBranche, Jamie #20 Democrat
Strain, Michael G. "Mike" #21 Republican

Commissioner of Insurance (Select 1)
Donelon, "Jim" #22 Republican
Hodge, Donald C. #23 Democrat

BESE District 1 (Select 1)
Barrios, Lee #26 No Party
Garvey, James "Jim" #27 Republican
Hewitt, Sharon W. #28 Republican

Sheriff (Select 1)
Istre III, Gladue "Joey" #58 Republican
Normand, Newell #59 Republican

Councilman District 4 (Select 1)
Bennetti, Walter A. "Walt" #71 Republican
Hand, Kernan "Skip" #74 Republican
Zahn, "Ben" #76 Republican

CA NO. 1 (Act 423 - SB 53) Millennium Trust/Tobacco Settle./TOPS Prog. (Select 1)
Amendment No. 1
To dedicate funds for the TOPS program relative to the portion of the monies deposited in and credited to the Millennium Trust each year from the Tobacco Master Settlement, to provide that once the balance in the Millennium Trust reaches a total of one billion three hundred eighty million dollars, one hundred percent of the annual Settlement Proceeds shall be allocated to the TOPS Fund to support state programs of financial assistance for students attending Louisiana postsecondary education institutions; to provide relative to the rate of tax on certain tobacco products and beginning July 1, 2012, to dedicate such tobacco revenues to the Health Excellence Fund to be used for the purposes of the fund, including providing for the optimal development of Louisiana’s children through the provision of appropriate health care and providing health care initiatives through innovation in advanced health care sciences; to provide for the deposit, transfer, or credit of certain monies in the Millennium Trust to the Health Excellence Fund, the Education Excellence Fund, and the TOPS Fund. (Amends Article VII, Section 10.8(A)(1)(c), (A)(2),(3), and (4), and (C)(1) and adds Article VII, Section 4.1)
For
Against

CA NO. 2 (Act 422 - HB 384) Prov.min.10%nonrecurr.rev./state retire.sys (Select 1)
Amendment No. 2
To require in Fiscal Years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 that five percent of money designated in the official forecast as nonrecurring be applied toward the balance of the unfunded accrued liability which existed as of June 30, 1988, for the Louisiana State Employees’ Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System of Louisiana. To further require that in Fiscal Year 2015-2016 and every fiscal year thereafter that ten percent of such nonrecurring revenue be applied to such purposes. (Amends Article VII, Section 10(D)(2)(b))
For
Against

CA NO. 3 (Act 421 - HB 341) Prov.Assets/Prop./Patient's Compensation Fund (Select 1)
Amendment No. 3
To authorize the legislature to establish a private custodial fund, designated as the Patient’s Compensation Fund, for the use, benefit, and protection of medical malpractice claimants and private health care provider members; to provide that assets of the fund shall not be state property. (Adds Article XII, Section 16)
For
Against

CA NO. 4 (Act 424 - SB 147) Prov.relative-deposits Budget Stabilization Fund (Select 1)
Amendment No. 4
To provide that if at any time mineral revenues exceed the base provided by law and monies are withdrawn from the Budget Stabilization Fund, no deposit of mineral revenues shall be made to the Budget Stabilization Fund in the same or ensuing fiscal year in which monies in the fund are appropriated or incorporated into the official forecast, except by specific legislative appropriation, and thereafter deposits of mineral revenues into the fund shall resume except in an annual amount not to exceed one-third of the most recent amount appropriated or incorporated into the official forecast. (Adds Article VII, Section 10.3(C)(5))
For
Against

CA NO. 5 (Act 43 - HB 30) City of N.O. minim.bids-tax sales (Select 1)
Amendment No. 5
To amend provisions relative to tax sales in order to maintain an existing exemption from the minimum bid requirements for tax sales in the city of New Orleans due to changes in populations according to the 2010 census. (Amends Article VII, Section 25(A)(2))
For
Against

PW Parish Council (HRC) Amend HRC - PC (Select 1)
Parishwide Proposition (Charter Amendment) (Inspector General) Summary: The following proposition would amend the Jefferson Parish Charter, effective January 1, 2012 to establish the office of inspector general and an ethics and compliance commission and to provide authority to investigate any person in the service of the Parish for lack of qualifications, incompetence, neglect of duty, failure to comply with a lawful directive or gross misconduct in reference to that person’s duties.
Shall the Jefferson Parish Charter be amended to establish the office of inspector general and an ethics and compliance commission and to provide authority to investigate any person in the service of the Parish, by amending sections 2.01(A)(4), 4.01(B), and 4.03(A) and (B), and by adding Section 2.01(A)(10), Section 4.09, 4.10 and 4.11 of the Jefferson Parish Charter to read as stated in Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Jefferson Parish Council Ordinance No. 23989, adopted on April 6, 2011 and subject to the approval of the tax by the electorate of the Jefferson Parish Inspector General Special Services Funding District of the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana at the October 22, 2011 election?
Yes
No
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