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What's on the Saturday ballot in New Orleans?



Voters across New Orleans go to the polls to decide who will lead the city for the next four years.

Here's what's on the ballot:

Sheriff   (Select 1)
    Quentin R. Brown     #1     Other
    Charles C. Foti, Jr.    #2     Democrat
    Marlin N. Gusman     #3     Democrat
    Ira Thomas     #4         Democrat

Clerk Criminal District Court  (Select 1)
    Robbie Keen     #5     No Party
    Arthur A. Morrell     #6     Democrat

Clerk Civil District Court
    Dale Atkins             Democrat
    Unopposed

Assessor
    Erroll G. Williams        Democrat
    Unopposed

Coroner   (Select 1)
    Vincent A. Culotta, Jr. #7    Democrat
    Dwight McKenna     #8     Democrat
    Jeffrey Rouse     #10     Democrat

Mayor City of New Orleans  (Select 1)
    Michael Bagneris     #11     Democrat
    Danatus N. King     #13     Democrat
    "Mitch" Landrieu     #14     Democrat

Councilmember at Large Division 1  (Select 1)
    Eugene Green     #15     Democrat
    Stacy Head         #16    Democrat

Councilmember at Large Division 2  (Select 1)
    Ernest "Freddie" Charbonnet     #17     Democrat
    Cynthia Hedge-Morrell     #18     Democrat
    Jason Williams     #19     Democrat


Councilmember District A  (Select 1)
    David A. Capasso     #20     Democrat
    Jason G. Coleman     #21     Democrat
    Stephen Gordon     #22     Other
    Susan G. Guidry     #23     Democrat
    "Drew" Ward     #25     Republican


Councilmember District B
    LaToya Cantrell        Democrat
    Unopposed


Councilmember District C  (Select 1)
    Jacquelyn Brechtel Clarkson     #26     Democrat
    Lourdes F. Moran     #27     Democrat
    Nadine Ramsey     #28     Democrat
    Carlos Williams     #29     Democrat
    Eloise A. Williams     #30     Other


Councilmember District D  (Select 1)
    Joseph "Joe" Bouie     #31     Democrat
    Jared Brossett     #32     Democrat
    Dalton R. Savwoir, Jr.     #33     Democrat


Councilmember District E  (Select 1)
    James A. Gray, II     #34     Democrat
    Andre Kelly     #35     Other
    Cynthia Willard-Lewis     #36     Democrat

 

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