There's the state treasure's race as candidates seek to fill the position vacated by U.S. Senator John Kennedy. Gonzales residents will vote on a half-cent sales tax for fire and police protection, as well as infrastructure improvements.

Louisiana voters in every precinct across the state will see several items on the October 14 ballot. There's the state treasure's race as candidates seek to fill the position vacated by U.S. Senator John Kennedy. Republicans Angele Davis, John Schroder, Neil Riser, and Terry Hughes will appear on the ballot with Democrat Derrick Edwards and Libertarian Joseph Little.

Voters statewide will also decide the fate of three tax proposals. The first constitutional amendment is a property tax exemption for construction sites. Another is a homestead exemption for unmarried surviving spouses, and the third is a measure to dedicate any new gas taxes to the Construction Subfund.

Gonzales residents will vote on a half-cent sales tax for fire and police protection, as well as infrastructure improvements.

Ascension Parish residents in Louisiana District 58 will decide who will fill Ed Price's seat in the state house of representatives. Democrats Miguel Aubert, Ken Brass, Adrienne Conish, and Alsie Dunbar are all in the race. District 58 includes Donaldsonville, Geismar, and part of Gonzales.

Secretary of State Tom Schedler encourages registered voters to utilize the Geaux Vote app to find their voting locations and view sample ballots.

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