Louisiana New Orleans Mayor and Council election results

New Orleans voters fully gave Mayor LaToya Cantrell a second term on Saturday and set the stage for a possible review by the city council. Two council officials easily won re-election while two others go to a drain, and at least two newcomers will occupy seats after drainage is decided on Dec. 11. The race attracted the most attention, the Division 2 at-large seat, saw. former state senator JP Morrell wins the race straight. Second-place finisher Kristin Gisleson Palmer, the mandate-limited District C representative, did not receive enough votes from her base in Algiers to force a drain. In District B, incumbent Jay H. Banks faces a runoff against Lesli Banks, attorney and former chief of staff of Loyola University. District E also take drainage to decide. Former councilman Oliver Thomas, who pleaded guilty to bribery in 2007, has overtaken the current Cyndi Nguyen. Freddie King III nearly achieved a direct victory in District C. The former city council collaborator and public defender will meet Stephanie Bridges, a former auxiliary city attorney. The drainage in District D features businessman Eugene Green and St. Roch neighborhood leader Troy Glover. Currently, the only remnants of the current council are District A representative Joe Giarrusso and Helena Moreno, general councilor for Division 1 Don’t you see results? Tap here.

New Orleans voters fully gave Mayor LaToya Cantrell a second term on Saturday and set the stage for a possible review by the city council. Two council officials easily won re-election while two others go to a drain, and at least two newcomers will occupy seats after the drain is decided on Dec. 11.

The race drawing the most attention, the Division 2 at-large seat, saw former state senator JP Morrell win the race outright. Second-place finisher Kristin Gisleson Palmer, the mandate-limited District C representative, did not receive enough votes from her base in Algiers to force a drain.

In District B, incumbent Jay H. Banks faces a runoff against Lesli Banks, attorney and former Loyola University chief of staff.

District E also take drainage to decide. Former councilman Oliver Thomas, who pleaded guilty to bribery in 2007, has overtaken the current Cyndi Nguyen.

Freddie King III nearly achieved a direct victory in District C. The former city council and public defender will meet Stephanie Bridges, a former auxiliary city attorney.

The drainage in District D has merchant Eugene Green and St. Roch neighborhood leader Troy Glover.

Currently, the only remnants of the current council are District A representative Joe Giarrusso and Helena Moreno, a councilor at-large for Division 1.

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