On Nov. 3, the citizens of Lincoln Parish voted in the country’s general elections.
For District Attorney of the 4th Judicial District Court, incumbent Steve Tew won over Mennon Campbell, Jr.
For District Judge of the 4th Judicial District Court, ES 2, Div. B., Sharon Marchman defeated Tommy Hayes IV.
For District Judge of the 4th Judicial District Court, ES 2, Div. E., Walter Caldwell IV defeated Angie Deal Sturdivant.
For District Attorney of the 2nd Judicial District Court, Daniel W. Newell defeated Chris L. Bowman.
For District Judge of the 2nd Judicial District Court, Div. A, Walter May defeated Darrell Avery.
For District Judge of the 2nd Judicial District Court, Div. B, Rick Warren defeated Yumeak Robinson Washington.
For District Attorney of the 6th Judicial Court, James Paxton defeated Moses Junior Williams.
For District Attorney of the 6th Judicial District Court, Div. A, Angela L. Claxton defeated Linda Watson.
For District Attorney of the 6th Judicial District Court, Div. B, Laurie Brister defeated Joy Jackson.
For Member of the 5th District School Board, Maria Brown Bass defeated “Nikki” Maxwell Clark.
For Alderman of Clarks, Marilyn Ratcliff defeated Ronald Jones and Ann Wisecarver.
For Police Juror of District 3, Glen McCormack defeated Joy Duhon.
For Member of the 6th District School Board, Tillman Jolly defeated Libby Ford.
For Aldermen of Clayton, Michelle Bethea, Kevin Mitchell, and Abdul R. Sabir defeated Veronica Skinner and Stephanie Weatherspoon.
For Chief of Police of Lake Providence, Leroy L. Threats defeated Mondario Hanford.
For Alderman of Lake Providence, Sucletter Brown Crye defeated Cather Middlebrook and Morris Dugano.
For Mayor of Chatham, Gregory Harris defeated Dwight Cooper and Ashlay Blanco.
For Aldermen of Chatham, Laverne Mixon, “Mike” Wilson, Marvin A. Davis, Sue Proffer, and Tonja “Toni” Malone defeated Brian Blanco.
For Police Juror of District 3, Richard L. Durrett defeated Marvin Franks.
For City Judge of the Ruston City Court, Danny W. Tatum defeated Gina Jones.
For City Marshall of the City of Ruston, Curtis Hawkins and Anthony Pollard, Sr. defeated Richard Otwell and Eddy Griffith.
For Council Member for the District 1 of Tallulah, Joseph K. Scott defeated Kelvin Brooks and Latrice Dismuke.
For City Marshal of the City Court of Monroe, Robert Cherry, Jr. defeated Lyle Miller, Arthur Eleam, Reese London, Jr. and Roland Edwards.
For City Marshall of the City Court of West Monroe, William M. Guyton defeated John P. Rutledge, Jr.
For Mayor of St. Joseph, Matthew “Matt” Alexander defeated Vivian “Vivvy” Hinder and Diane Yarrington.
For Alderman of District A of St. Joseph, John L. Lewis defeated Undrea L. Hodge.
For Mayor of Newelltown, Timothy Turner defeated Calvin Ransome, James “Carroll” Fuller and John “Johnny” Daves.
For Chief of Police of Newelltown, Johnny Gales defeated Rocco Furello.
For Alderman of District 1 of Newelltown, Ben Britton, Jr. defeated Frankie Robinson.
For Alderman of District 2 of Newelltown, Deborah Parsons defeated Edwin Britt.
For Alderman of District 4 of Newelltown, Mattie Sampson and Richard Harris are headed for a runoff.
For Alderman of District 5 of Newelltown, Jacqueline “Jackie” Hankins defeated Jeraldine London and Trista Furello.
For Alderman of Waterproof, Jaboria Holmes defeated Bobby Higginbotham and Joseph Ward.
For Mayor of Farmerville, John Crow defeated Gerome Nation, Beverly Warren Hunter, Arthur “Boots” Hackney and Jeffery Mac Woods.
For Alderman of District A of Farmerville, Robert Allen defeated Wayne “Pone” Jones and May R. Hudson.
For Alderman of District B of Farmerville, Thomas Earl Nation and Janet Gatson are headed for a runoff.
For Alderman of District C of Farmerville, Caroline Gatson defeated Jimmie C. Richard.
For Alderman of District D of Farmerville, Ricky Johnikin defeated Charlie Young.
For Alderman of District E of Farmerville, Kerry Hill defeated Alvis Hill.
For Member of the 2nd District School Board, Tracey Rios and Pamela Johnson-Mathis are headed for a run-off.
For City Marshal of Winfield, Jamey Maxwell defeated Narvin J. Powell, Jr.
For the Louisiana U.S. Senate, Bill Cassidy will retain his seat.
For U.S. House District 4, Mike Johnson defeated Kenny Houston, Ryan Trundle and Ben Gibson.
For U.S. House District 5, Luke Letlow and Lance Harris are headed for a run-off.
For Public Service Comm District 5, Foster Campbell defeated Shane Smiley.
For Supreme Court 4, Jay McCallum defeated Shannon Gremillion.
With 264 of the electoral votes, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to defeat President Donald J. Trump for the Office of the Presidency of the United States.