Louisiana

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President

Winner gets 8 electoral votes

Candidates%VoteWinner
Donald Trump58.5%1,255,776
Joe Biden39.9%856,034
Legend
Biden
Trump
Johnson
Stein
McMullin
Other
No Result
New Orleans Baton Rouge Shreveport

Senate

1 seat is up for election
This seat is currently held by the Republican Party.
Candidates%VoteWinner
Bill Cassidy59.3%1,228,908
Adrian Perkins19%394,049
Derrick Edwards11.1%229,814
Antoine Pierce2.7%55,710
Dustin Murphy1.9%38,383
David Knight1.8%36,962
Beryl Billiot0.8%17,362
John Paul Bourgeois0.8%16,518
Peter Wenstrup0.7%14,454
Aaron Sigler0.5%11,321
Vinny Mendoza0.4%7,811
Melinda Price0.4%7,680
Jamar Montgomery0.3%5,804
Reno Jean Daret0.2%3,954
Xan John0.1%2,813

Additional Info

John Kennedy (Republican) is not up for re-election this year. 2022.

Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
No Election
New Orleans Baton Rouge Shreveport

House

6 seats are up for election
DistrictDem.Rep.Oth.
LA-01
25%
72%
2%
LA-02
64%
15%
LA-03
18%
68%
LA-04
25%
60%
LA-05
16%
33%
LA-06
26%
71%
3%
Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
New Orleans Baton Rouge Shreveport

Governor

Next gubernational election in Louisiana will take place on November 2023
Candidatesterm ends
John Bel Edwards2023
Source: Associated Press
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