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Mike Walker and Kip Holden to Face-Off Nov. 6

Mike Walker and Kip Holden to Face-Off Nov. 6

Candidates Have Until 5 p.m. Friday To File Papers

BATON ROUGE — Qualifying began Wednesday for Congress, a vacancy on the Louisiana Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Public Service Commission, Mayor-President, Metro Council, and city judge.

Both candidates for Mayor-President — incumbent Democrat Kip Holden and Republican challenger Mike Walker — qualified early.  Most incumbent Metro Council members also qualified for reelection.  Candidates have until 5 p.m. Friday to qualify.

The hottest local race on the ballot is likely to be Mayor-President.  Holden is touting his support for better roads, while Walker is hammering away at the crime issue.

Qualifying on Wednesday were:

Congress (6th District) — Incumbent Cong. Bill Cassidy (R) and Rufus Holt Craig, Jr. (Lib).

Supreme Court — John Michael Guidry (D); Toni Manning Higginbotham (R); Jeff Hughes (R); William “Bill” Morvant (R); Mary Olive Pierson (D), and J.E. “Duke” Welch (R).

Judge, Court of Appeal 1st Circuit, 2nd Dist., Subdist. 1, Div. B “Mike” McDonald (R) and Trudy M. White (R) Public Service Commission Member District 2 — Scott A. Angelle (R), Erich Ponti (R) and “Ed” Roy (R)

Mayor-President, City of Baton Rouge — Melvin “Kip” (D) and J. Michael “Mike” Walker Sr. (R)

Councilman Metro District 1 — No candidates

Councilman Metro District 2 — Corey B. Alfred (D), Chauna Banks-Daniel (D), Steven Cook (D), Leroy Davis (D), and Edward Roberts (D)

Councilman Metro District 3 — Chandler Loupe (R)

Councilman Metro District 4 — Scott Wilson (R)

Councilman Metro District 5 — Ronnie Edwards (D)

Councilman Metro District 6 — Donna Collins-Lewis (D) and William Roundtree (NP)

Councilman Metro District 7 — Hazel Bradley (D) and Denise Marcelle (D)

Councilman Metro District 8 — “Buddy” Amoroso (R)

Councilman Metro District 9 — Joel Boé (R) and Ted Rush (R)

Councilman Metro District 10 — Tara Wicker (D)

Councilman Metro District 11 — Ryan Eugene Heck (R)

Councilman Metro District 12 — R. J. “Smokie” Bourgeois (R), Rose Carey (D) and “John” Delgado (R)

City Judge City Court, ES 1B, City of Baton Rouge — Kelli Terrell Temple (R)

City Judge City Court, ES 1D, City of Baton Rouge — Yvette Mansfield Alexander (D)

City Judge City Court, ES 2A, City of Baton Rouge — Laura Prosser Davis (R)

City Judge City Court, ES 2C, City of Baton Rouge — Alex “Brick” Wall (D)

City Judge City Court, ES 2E, City of Baton Rouge — Suzan S. Ponder (R)

City Constable City Court, City of Baton Rouge — Reginald R. Brown Sr. (D) and Alester Jones (R)

Constable Justice of the Peace Ward 3, District 2 — Carey Jenkins (R) and Ron Reynolds (R)


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