2020 New Orleans and Louisiana Election Results
Louisiana will hold its Congressional and Municipal General Election on December 5, 2020. Election day voting hours are from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The purpose of the election is to fill Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District from the two candidates that reached the runoff for the 117th Congress as well as to vote for or against a Louisiana constitutional amendment. In addition, many parishes will have local race run-off and proposition elections.
Some notable races in the WWL-TV viewing area include: District attorney runoffs in Orleans and Plaquemines parishes, judgeships in many district and local courts, and several Orleans Parish tax propositions.
Follow WWL-TV online and on Facebook and Twitter for updates throughout the night after polls have closed.
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