Louisiana judicial elections, 2010

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The Louisiana judicial elections of 2010 consisted of multiple dates. There were elections on February 6, March 27, August 28, 2010 (political primary, no judges on ballot) October 2 and November 2, 2010 (general election, no judges on ballot). See Statewide elections, 2010 on Ballotpedia for more information about the non-judicial races.

Overview

Judicial elections in Louisiana are spread throughout the year. On February 6, 2010 one Louisiana District Courts seat was on the ballot. On March 27, 2010 there were three District Court seats on the ballot and on October 2, 2010 a Louisiana Supreme Court seat and 13 Louisiana Courts of Appeal seats were on the ballot. There were also several lower court elections on the ballot.[1]

February 6, 2010 election

Court Candidates Details Results
41st Civil District, Division J (D): Paula Brown and Morris Reed (R): Stephen Chesnut Paula Brown
Orleans Parish Juvenile Court, Section E (D): Richard Exnicios, Tracey Flemings-Davillier and Marie Williams Tracey Flemings-Davillier
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March 27, 2010 election

Court Candidates Details Results
4th Judicial District, Elec. Sec. 2, Division E (I): Fred Amman Marcus Clark left office. Fred Amman
24th Judicial District, Elec. Sec. 2, Division A (R): Donald R. Klotz, Raymond Steib, Deborah Villio and Claude Kelly Jo Ellen Grant left office. Raymond Steib won with 52% of the vote.[4]
34th Judicial District, Division C (D): Perry Nicosia Perry Nicosia
Justice of the Peace, Caddo Parish, Ward 3 (I): Carl W. Copes (R): Bruce W. Lee, Sherry I. Naquin and Gene Presley Carl W. Copes won with 56% of the vote.[4]
Justice of the Peace, Ouachita Parish, Ward 9 (R): Benji Owens Benji Owens
Justice of the Peace, St. Helena Parish, Ward 2 (D): Kermit Brown Kermit Brown
Justice of the Peace, St. Helena Parish, Ward 3 (D): Armetta Bryan and Iola Martin Iola Martin
Justice of the Peace, Winn Parish, Ward 7 (D): Chad Blundell Chad Blundell
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October 2, 2010 election

Supreme Court

Court Candidates Details Results
Louisiana Supreme Court, Seventh District Bernette Johnson Bernette Johnson was up for re-election. Bernette Johnson
[9]

Courts of Appeal

Court Candidates Details Results
1st Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Subdistrict 1, Division A Toni M. Higginbotham and Tim Kelley Robert Downing left office. Toni M. Higginbotham won with 55% of the vote.[10]
1st Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Subdistrict 2, Division D Wilson Fields and John Guidry John Guidry was up for re-election. John Guidry won with 59% of the vote.[10]
2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Elec. Sec. 2 Henry Brown Henry Brown was up for re-election. Henry Brown
2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, 3rd District, Elec. Sec. 2C Gay Gaskins Gay Gaskins was up for re-election. Gay Gaskins
3rd Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Elec. Sec. 1C Ulysses Gene Thibodeaux Ulysses Gene Thibodeaux was up for re-election. Ulysses Gene Thibodeaux
3rd Circuit Court of Appeal, 3rd District, Elec. Sec. 5A Steven G. Durio,[11] Francie Bouillion, and Phyllis M. Keaty[12] Steven G. Durio and Phyllis M. Keaty competed in a runoff election.[10] Phyllis M. Keaty won with 59% of the vote.[13]
4th Circuit Court of Appeal at Large Roland Belsome Roland Belsome was up for re-election. Roland Belsome
4th Circuit Court of Appeal, 1st District, Division F Madeleine M. Landrieu Madeleine M. Landrieu
4th Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Division A Amos J. Cormier III and Joyce C. Lobrano Joyce C. Lobrano won with 64% of the vote.[10]
4th Circuit Court of Appeal, 3rd District, Division A Daniel L. Dysart and Jeanne Nunez Juneau Daniel L. Dysart won with 54% of the vote.[10]
5th Circuit Court of Appeal, 1st District, Elec. Sec. 1, Division B Fredericka Homberg Wicker Fredericka Homberg Wicker was up for re-election. Fredericka Homberg Wicker
5th Circuit Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Division A Daniel E. Becnel, Jr. and Jude Gravois Jude Gravois was up for re-election. Jude Gravois won with 80% of the vote.[10]
[14]

City courts

Court Candidates Details Results
First City Court, Section A (D): Monique G. Morial Monique G. Morial
First City Court, Section B (D): Angelique A. Reed Angelique A. Reed was up for re-election. Angelique A. Reed
First City Court, Section C (D): Jennifer B. Eagan, Veronica E. Henry, Angela C. Imbornone (No party): Mark Michael Gonzalez Jennifer B. Eagan and Veronica E. Henry competed in a runoff election.[15] Veronica E. Henry won with 55% of the vote.[13]
Monroe City Court, Division B (R): Charlie Heck, Jr. (No party): Laurie Burkett and Jeff Joyce Laurie Burkett and Jeff Joyce competed in a runoff election.[16] Jeff Joyce won with 58% of the vote.[13]
Vidalia City Court (D): George C. Murray, Jr. George C. Murray, Jr.
Winnsboro City Court (D): C. Arnold Lain and Ann B. McIntyre Ann B. McIntyre won with 69% of the vote.[17]
[18]

Juvenile Courts

Court Candidates Details Results
Orleans Parish, Section C (D): Candice Bates-Anderson, Jacqueline Carroll-Gilds, Richard Exnicios and Catrice Johnson-Reid Candice Bates-Anderson won with 52% of the vote.[19]
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