What’s on the April 6 ballot in N.O., surrounding areas

Early voting for the April 6 election begins Saturday and ends March 30. The following races in New Orleans and surrounding areas are on the April 6 ballot, according to the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office. The runoff election, if needed, is May 4.

D = Democrat

R = Republican

L = Libertarian

O = Other party

N = No party listed

DISTRICT JUDGE

22nd Judicial District

(St. Tammany Parish)

DIVISION G

Scott Gardner, R-Covington

Alan A. Zaunbrecher, R-Covington

24th Judicial District

(Jefferson Parish)

DIVISION D

Hilary Landry, R-Metairie

Lorraine Perkins McInnis, R-Metairie

Scott U. Schlegel, R-Metairie

John Sudderth, R-River Ridge

JEFFERSON

Gretna Mayor

Belinda Cambre Constant, D

Vincent E. Cox III, R

Gretna City Council

DISTRICT 2

Carl Contranchis, D

Joseph A. Marino III, N

Sherman Rogers, N

DISTRICT 3

Rodney Hinrichs, N

Elaine Molaison Johnson, R

Mark Miller, R

Milos Valenta, N

Westwego Mayor

Ted Munch, D

John “Johnny” I. Shaddinger Jr., D

Lisa Valence, R

Westwego City Council

DISTRICT 2

Al Kaiser, R

Johnny Nobles Jr., D

DISTRICT 3

Norman J. Fonseca, D

Ivy Rogers, D

DISTRICT 4

Harris Camardelle, N

Melvin J. Guidry, D

Garrison “Gary” Toups, R

DISTRICT 5

John Pochè, D

Courtney Watts Reyes, N

Larry J. Warino, R

ORLEANS

Juvenile Court Judge

SECTION E

George “Gino” Gates IV, D

Doug Hammel, D

Yolanda J. King, D

Cynthia D. Samuel, D

ST. TAMMANY

Abita Springs Aldermen

(3 to be elected)

Patrick J. Berrigan Jr., R

Gina Kilpatrick Harper, R

Renè Henry Jr., D

Leslie Blitch Welliver, R