Candidates qualifying for Acadiana Parishes races in the April 6 election

The following candidates qualified for various races on the April 6 ballot, according to the website of the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office. The runoff election, if needed, is May 4. Candidates wishing to submit statements of candidacy to The Advocate must do so no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 22 by contacting Acadiana bureau chief Richard Burgess at rburgess@theadvocate.com.

D = Democrat

R = Republican

L = Libertarian

O = Other party

N = No party listed

DISTRICT JUDGE

16th Judicial District

(Iberia, St. Martin and St. Mary parishes)

DIVISION C

Vincent J. Borne, D-Franklin

ACADIA PARISH

School Board

DISTRICT 5

Blane Harmon, N

David Lalande, R

Mermentau Police Chief

No candidates qualified

EVANGELINE PARISH

Turkey Creek Council

Kenneth Johnson, D

IBERIA PARISH

School Board

DISTRICT 4

Thomas Jolivet, D

Zebulon “Zeb” Simon, D

LAFAYETTE PARISH

Broussard City Council

DISTRICT 1

Angelique G. “Angel” Racca, D

ST. LANDRY PARISH

Constable Justice of the Peace

DISTRICT 10

David L. Richard, D

Grand Coteau Mayor

Shaterral “Terra” Johnson, D

Virginia Pierre, D

ST. MARTIN PARISH

Parks Alderman

Eva Craven Potier, D

ST. MARY PARISH

Berwick Town Council

Greg Roussel, R

VERMILION PARISH

Gueydan Board of Aldermen

(1 to be elected)

Marilyn Campbell, N

Angela “Angie” Touchet, R