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2004-2008 Primary Election Results
October 4, 2003

Senatorial Run-offs (4 Seats)

  Name Votes
1 Walter Boasso, Republican 49%
Wayne J. Landry, Democrat 30%
2 Ann Duplessis, Democrat 36%
Jon D. Johnson (Incumbent),  Democrat 49%
18 "Jody" Amedee,  Democrat 27%
"Jeff" Diez, Democrat 25%
39 Lydia P. Jackson, Democrat 47%
Theron "T. J." Jackson, Democrat 22%

Newly Elected Senators (4 Seats)

12 Ben Nevers, Democrat
(Unopposed in Run-off)
43%
26 "Nick" Gautreaux, Democrat 54%
35 "Robert W. "Bob" Kostelka, Republican 52%
38 Sherri Smith Cheek, Republican
(Unopposed in Run-off)
35%

Unopposed Senators (12 Seats)

6 John J. Hainkel, Jr. (Incumbent), Republican
7 Francis C. Heitmeier (Incumbent), Democrat
13 Heulette "Clo" Fontenot (Incumbent), Republican
19 Joel T. Chaisson II (Incumbent), Democrat
22 Craig Romero (Incumbent), Republican
25 Gerald "Jerry" Theunissen (Incumbent), Republican
27 Willie Landry Mount (Incumbent), Democrat
28 Don Hines (Incumbent), Democrat
31 Kenneth M. "Mike" Smith (Incumbent), Democrat
33 Robert J. Barham (Incumbent), Republican
34 Charles D. Jones (Incumbent), Democrat
36 Robert Adley (Incumbent), Democrat

Re-elected Senators (19 Seats)

  Name Votes
3 Lambert C. Boissiere, Jr. (Incumbent), Democrat 72%
4 Paulette R. Irons (Incumbent), Democrat 68%
5 Diana E. Bajoie (Incumbent), Democrat 82%
8 J. Chris Ullo (Incumbent),  Democrat 56%
9 "Ken" Hollis (Incumbent), Republican 61%
10 Arthur "Art" Lentini (Incumbent),  Republican 71%
11 "Tom" Schedler (Incumbent) Republican 65%
14 Cleo Fields (Incumbent), Democrat 53%
15 Melvin L. "Kip" Holden (Incumbent), Democrat 79%
16 "Jay" Dardenne (Incumbent), Republican 78%
17 Robert "Rob" Marionneaux, Jr. (Incumbent), Democrat 61%
20 Reggie P. Dupre, Jr. (Incumbent),  Democrat 83%
21 "Butch" Gautreaux (Incumbent), Democrat 88%
23 "Mike" Michot (Incumbent), Republican 88%
24 Donald "Don" Cravins (Incumbent), Democrat 67%
29 "Joe" McPherson (Incumbent), Democrat 79%
30 James David Cain (Incumbent), Republican 71%
32 Noble Ellington (Incumbent), Democrat 80%
37 Max T. Malone (Incumbent), Republican 60%

 


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