Polls open at 7 a.m. in Adams County, 6 a.m. in Concordia Parish for Tuesday’s general election

Published 1:10pm Monday, November 5, 2012

NATCHEZ — Adams County voters will take to the polls Tuesday to cast their votes for the next president of the United States, state and local officials.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

Candidates on the ballot are:

U.S. President

-Barack Obama for president, Joe Biden for vice president, Democrat

-Mitt Romney for president, Paul Ryan for vice president, Republican

-Virgil Goode for president, Jim Clymer for vice president, Constitution

-Gary Johnson for president, James P. Gray for vice president, Libertarian

-Jill Stein for president, Cheri Honkala for vice president, Green

-Barbara Dale Washer for president, Cathy L. Toole for vice president, Reform

U.S. Senate

-Albert N. Gore Jr., Democrat

-Roger F. Wicker, Republican

-Thomas Cramer, Constitution

-Shawn O’Hara, Reform

U.S. Representative for the Third Congressional District

-Gregg Harper, Republican

-John “Luke” Pannell

Supreme Court Justice, Supreme Court District 2, Position 3

-Talmadge Braddock, no party

-Mike Randolph, no party

District 1 Election Commissioner

-Catherine J. Meng, Republican

District 2 Election Commissioner

-Larry E. Gardner, Republican

District 3 Election Commissioner

-Evelyn Henry Smith, Democrat

District 4 Election Commissioner

-Katye Mae Dukes, Democrat

District 5 Election Commissioner

-Douglas Mitchel Ballard II, Democrat

Polling locations are:

District 1

-Bypass Fire Precinct, Bypass Fire Station, 467 John R. Junkin Drive

-Bellemont , Elks Lodge, 241 Lower Woodville Road

-Courthouse Precinct , 115 S. Wall St.

District 2

-Beau Pre Precinct, Church of Christ, 2 Beau Pre Road

-Duncan Park Precinct, Duncan Park Canteen, 57 Duncan Park Road

-Kingston Precinct, Kingston Fire Station, 575 Kingston Road

-Liberty Park Precinct, National Guard Armory, 329 Liberty Road

District 3

-Concord Precinct, Christian Hope Baptist Church, 301 Lasalle St.

-Maryland Heights Precinct, Maryland Heights Recreation Building , 111 Dumas Drive

-Steckler Building, 311 Liberty Road

-Palestine Precinct, Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Departmen, 1196 Liberty Road

District 4

-Carpenter Precinct, Rose Hill Baptist Church, 607 1/2 Madison St.

-Morgantown Precinct, Morgantown School, 101 Cottage Home Drive

-Northside Precinct, Frazier School, 1445 Geroge F. West Blvd.

-Pine Ridge Precinct, District 4 barn, 176 Foster Mound Road

-Thompson Precinct, Thompson School, 1038 N. Union St.

District 5

-Airport Precinct, airport fire house, 434 Airport Road

-Foster Mound Precinct, Dist 5 Fire Station, 228 Foster Mound Road

-Oakland Precinct, Lovely Lane Methodist Church, 65 Morgantown Road

-Washington Precinct, New Hope Baptist Church, 417 Morgantown Road

For more election information or to find out in which district you live, call the circuit clerk’s office at 601-446-6326.

 

In Concordia Parish, polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voters will cast votes in the following races and on nine amendments:

Presidential Electors

- Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Democrat

- Jill Stein, Cheri Honkala, Green

- Gary Johnson, James P. Gray, Libertarian

- Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Republican

- Virgil Goode, James Clymer, Constitution

- Ross Anderson, Luis Rodriguez, Justice

- Jack Fellure, Toby Davis, Prohibition

- Peta Lindsay, Yari Osorio, Socialism and Liberation

- Jerry White, Phyllis Scherrer Socialist Equality

- James Harris, Alyson Kennedy Socialist Workers

- Sheila Tittle, Matthew Turner We The People

 U. S. Representative 5th Congressional District 

- Rodney Alexander #18, Republican

- “Ron” Ceasar #19, No Party

- Clay Steven Grant #20, Libertarian

Alderman District B, Town of Ferriday

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 1-1; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item. If you need further information, contact your Registrar of Voters.

- Elijah “Stepper” Banks #58, Democrat

- “Chris” Chatman #59, Democrat

- Allen O. Froust #60, No Party

Alderman District D, Town of Ferriday 

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 1-1; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item.

- Johnnie Brown #63, No Party

- Marcus “Slim” Martin #64, No Party

 Alderman District B, Town of Ferriday

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 1-2; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item.

- Elijah “Stepper” Banks #58, Democrat

- “Chris” Chatman #59, Democrat

- Allen O. Froust #60, No Party

 Member of School Board District 4, Place B

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 2-1, 2-4, 4-1, 4-2, 5-2A and 5-2B; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item.

- Jeffery Goodman #51 No Party

- Angela Hayes #52, Democrat

- David Turner #53, No Party

Alderman District B, Town of Ferriday  

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 2-1; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item.

- Elijah “Stepper” Banks #58, Democrat

- “Chris” Chatman #59, Democrat

- Allen O. Froust #60, No Party

 Alderman Town of Ridgecrest

NOTICE: This ballot item is in only part of precinct 4-1; depending on your address, you might not be eligible to vote on this item.

- Cecil “Frank” Gatlin #65 Republican

- Jeff Johnson #66 No Party

- Bobby Sheppard, Sr. #67 Democrat

 CA NO. 1 (Act 873 – SB 82) Medicaid Trust Fund for the Elderly  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 2 (Act 874 – SB 303) Right of each Citizen to keep and bear arms  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 3 (Act 872 – SB 21) Prefiling DL/for retirement/public employee  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 4 (Act 875 – SB 337) Surv. Spouse/Deceased Veteran/Homestead Exemp.  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 5 (Act 868 – HB 9) Forfeiture Retirement Benefit Pub.Off./Conv.Felon  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 6 (Act 869 – HB 497) Gov.Auth. of New Iberia – prop.annexed by the City  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 7 (Act 870 – HB 524) Provides filling appts/Vac. on Bds./Comm.  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 8 (Act 871 – HB 674) State Bd. of Comm./Industry-Tax Exemp. contracts  (Select 1)

YES

NO

CA NO. 9 (Act 876 – SB 410) Security District/Parcel Fee w/in District  (Select 1)

YES

NO

PW School District Local Option – Term Limits  (Select 1)

YES

NO

  • Anonymous

    Wow! That’s helpful information. Thanks. It’s all black and white. Glad you didn’t have to spend much time on this.