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Bienville Parish

The first name under each listing is the current office holder. The other names list candidates also running for that seat. Term limited means the person cannot run for that office again. Not running means the person is not seeking that office for re-election.

Member, BESE, District 4
Walter C. Lee, Democrat
Ropert J. "Bob" Wynn, Republican

State Senator, 36th Senatorial District
Robert Adley, Democrat
Tyler Nezat, Republican

State Representative, 11th Representative District
"Rick" Gallot, Democrat
Jean Doerge, Democrat
Delores Wilkerson Smith, Democrat

State Representative, 13th Representative District
James R. "Jim" Fannin, Democrat
Jason E. Cook, Democrat

Sheriff
John E. Ballance, Democrat
Keith Bates, Democrat
Wayne L. Durbin, Democrat

Police Juror, District 1
"Bill" Sims, Other
Neil Moon, Republican

Police Juror, District 2
Huey P. Vernon, Democrat
Frank Hill, Democrat
Patrick O. Jefferson, Democrat
Oswald Townsend, Democrat

Police Juror, District 4
"Greg" Wilson, Democrat
Lee Baggett, No Party

Police Juror, District 5
Ben Wiggins, Democrat (Not Running)
"Tony" Lawson, No Party
James Ralph Todd, Other

Police Juror, District 7
Tommy L. Thompson, Democrat
Raymond Earl Malone, Democrat
Donald Russell, No Party

Hosp. Service Dist. No. 1, 1.94 Mill - BOC - 10 Yrs.
SUMMARY:   10 YEAR, 1.94 MILLS PROPERTY TAX RENEWAL FOR ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, IMPROVING, MAINTAINING AND/OR OPERATING FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT OF AND FOR THE DISTRICT.

Shall Bienville Parish Hospital Service District No. 1, State of Louisiana (the "District"), levy a one and ninety-four hundredths (1.94) mills tax on all the property subject to taxation in the District for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2009 and ending in the year 2018 (an estimated $110,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and/or operating facilities and equipment of and for the District?
Yes
No

Village of Bienville, Abolish Chief of Police Position
SUMMARY:  AUTHORITY OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL TO ABOLISH THE POSITION OF ELECTED CHIEF OF POLICE, AND FURTHER TO CONTRACT WITH ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IN BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA FOR POLICE SERVICES.

Shall the Mayor and Council of the Village of Bienville be authorized to abolish the office of chief of police as an elected position, and further to contract with any law enforcement agency in the Parish of Bienville, State of Louisiana, to furnish police services for the Village of Bienville, Louisiana?
Yes
No

Candidates Who Ran Unopposed

Clerk of Court
James W. "Jim" Martin, Democrat

Assessor
Jimmie D. Smith, Democrat

Coroner
Donald W. Smith, Democrat

Police Juror, District 3
Lee A. Thomas, Democrat

Police Juror, District 6
"Mike" McCarthy, Democrat

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