Election 2010 Louisiana Primary Election Results

As expected, Louisiana Senator David Vitter has won the GOP primary election.

The Republican Senator won on Saturday with 90 percent of the vote as less than 1 percent of precincts reporting.

Mr. Vitter was expected to the GOP primary election. Mr. Vitter’s competition was former state Supreme Court Justice Chet Traylor and Nick Accardo. Both of whom were receiving less than 10 percent at the time of publication.

The Republican incumbent continues to face a number of scandals, one in which the U.S. Senator was revealed to have solicited call girls.

On the Democratic side, the race for U.S. Senator is led by Democratic Congressman Charlie Melancon with 66 percent.

Mr. Melancon, the congressman from Louisiana’s 3rd District outside New Orleans, is the favorite in the Democratic Senate primary against Cary Deaton and Neeson Chauvin.

The state’s governor, Bobby Jindal, is not up for re-election until 2011.

via Louisiana election results: Sen. David Vitter Wins | The State Column.

Louisiana Secretary of State
Unofficial Election Results
Results for Election Date: 8/28/2010

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U. S. Senator — Democratic Party
915 of 3,877 Precincts Reporting
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Neeson J. Chauvin, Jr. (D) 19% 5,715
Cary J. Deaton (D) 12% 3,581
“Charlie” Melancon (D) 69% 20,470
U. S. Senator — Libertarian Party
915 of 3,877 Precincts Reporting
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Anthony Gentile (L) 39% 255
Randall Todd Hayes (L) 61% 394
U. S. Senator — Republican Party
915 of 3,877 Precincts Reporting
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Nick J. Accardo (R) 5% 1,502
Chet D. Traylor (R) 8% 2,349
David Vitter (R) 88% 27,077
U. S. Representative — 2nd Congressional District-Democratic Party
10 of 431 Precincts Reporting
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Eugene Green (D) 11% 68
Gary Johnson (D) 10% 64
Juan LaFonta (D) 13% 83
Cedric Richmond (D) 66% 413
U. S. Representative — 3rd Congressional District-Republican Party
147 of 534 Precincts Reporting
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“Hunt” Downer (R) 37% 2,809
“Jeff” Landry (R) 51% 3,825
Kristian Magar (R) 12% 926
U. S. Representative — 4th Congressional District-Democratic Party
170 of 637 Precincts Reporting
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Steven Jude Gavi (D) 20% 763
David Melville (D) 80% 2,978
U. S. Representative — 5th Congressional District-Republican Party
228 of 749 Precincts Reporting
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Rodney Alexander (R) 90% 5,283
Todd Slavant (R) 10% 589

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via Louisiana Secretary of State–Multi-Parish Elections Inquiry.

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