Katrina Jackson will be the next Senator for District 34, as qualifying ended Thursday and she drew no opponents
Others who won election without opponents were: Ouachita Sheriff Jay Russell, Pat Moore, State Representative for District 17; Jack G. McFarland, State Representative District 13; Michael Echols, State Representative District 14, Francis Thompson, State Representative District 19; Stephane S. Smith, Ouachita Parish Tax Assessor; Terri O’Neal, Ouachita Parish Coroner.
Others unanimously elected include: “Scotty Robinson” Police Jury District A; and Morgan Lowe Buxton, City of West Monroe Alderman.
Positions that will be decided in the October elections include: Four candidates for the District 15 State Representative’s seat: Foy Gadberry, Drake H. Graves, Ryan Reid and Justin Tidwell.
There will be four candidates for the District 16 State Representative Seat: Daryll Berry, Charles Henry Bradford, Alicia “Cocoa” Calvin, and Frederick Jones.
There will be three candidates for Ouachita Parish Clerk of Court: Dana Benson, LaKeisha J. Johnson, and Michael A. “Mike” Walsworth
There will be two candidates for Police Jury District B: Jack Clampit, and Jimmy Tyson.
There will be two candidates for Police Jury District C: Larry Braton and Lucia “Lucy” Holtzclaw.
There will be two candidates for Police Jury District D: Anna Reed and Rev. Michael Thompson, Sr.
There will be two candidates for Police Jury District E: “Cindy” Bradley and Shane Smiley.
There will be six candidates for Police Jury District F: Donnie Bright, Roland W. Edwards, Lonnie Hudson, Verbon R. Muhammad, Sr., Sonja Smith-Schaffer and Clifford “Cliff” Thomas