- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 9, 2015

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The sign-up period for the Oct. 24 election continued Wednesday. The candidates who have qualified so far are:

GOVERNOR:

Scott Angelle, R-Breaux Bridge; Beryl Billiot, No Party-Kentwood; “Jay” Dardenne, R-Baton Rouge; Cary Deaton, D-Metairie; John Bel Edwards, D-Roseland; Jeremy “JW” Odom, No Party-Natchitoches; S L Simpson, D-Shreveport; and David Vitter, R-Metairie.

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Elbert Lee Guillory, R-Opelousas; Melvin “Kip” Holden, D-Baton Rouge; “Billy” Nungesser, R-Port Sulphur; and John Young, R-Metairie.

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SECRETARY OF STATE

“Tom” Schedler (incumbent), R-Mandeville, and “Chris” Tyson, D-Baton Rouge.

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ATTORNEY GENERAL

James “Buddy” Caldwell (incumbent), R-Tallulah; “Jeff” Landry, R-Broussard; and “Marty” Maley, R-Baton Rouge.

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TREASURER

John Kennedy (incumbent), R-Madisonville, and Jennifer Treadway, R-Baton Rouge.

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AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMISSIONER

“Charlie” Greer, D-Natchitoches; Adrian “Ace” Juttner, Green-Abita Springs; and Michael “Mike” Strain (incumbent), R-Covington.

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INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

“Jim” Donelon (incumbent), R-Metairie; Charlotte McDaniel McGehee, D-Prairieville; and Matt Parker, R-Calhoun.

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BESE — DISTRICT 1

Lee Price Barrios, R-Abita Springs, and James “Jim” Garvey (incumbent), R-Metairie.

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BESE — DISTRICT 2

Kira Orange Jones (incumbent), D-New Orleans.

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BESE — DISTRICT 3

Lottie Beebe (incumbent), R-Breaux Bridge, and “Sandy” LeBlanc Holloway, R-Thibodaux.

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BESE — DISTRICT 4

Mary Johnson Harris, R-Shreveport, and Glynis Johnston, R-Shreveport.

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BESE — DISTRICT 5

“Johnny” Fatheree, R-Downsville, and Gary Jones, R-Alexandria.

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BESE — DISTRICT 6

Kathy Edmonston, R-Gonzales; Jason France, Libertarian-Baton Rouge; and Laree LeJeune Taylor, R-Baton Rouge.

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BESE — DISTRICT 7

Holly Franks Boffy (incumbent), R-Lafayette, and “Mike” Kreamer, R-Lafayette.

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BESE — DISTRICT 8

Carolyn Hill (incumbent), D-Baton Rouge, and Jada Lewis, D-Baton Rouge.

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Source:

Louisiana Secretary of State: www.geauxvote.com

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