Louisiana’s constitutional amendment results

Voters oppose tax exemption agreements and expenditure growth limit

Louisiana Capitol Building
Photo by Julie O'Donoghue

The following table contains the unofficial election results of seven Louisiana constitutional amendments as of 11:59 p.m. Tuesday. At that time, all but one precinct had reported its vote tallies. An additional constitutional amendment regarding sports wagering is specific to each voter’s home parish, the results of which can be found on the Louisiana Secretary of State’s website.

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Amendment No.

Description
CA No. 1 Declaring there is no right to and no funding of abortion in the Louisiana Constitution (Act 447 – HB 425)
CA No. 2 To permit the presence or production of oil or gas to be included in determining fair-market value of oil or gas wells for property tax assessment (Act 368 – HB 360)
CA No. 3 Allow for the use of the Budget Stabilization Fund (“rainy day fund”) for state costs associated with a federally-declared disaster (Act 367 – HB 267)
CA No. 4 Limits the growth of the expenditure limit for the state general fund and dedicated funds (Act 366 – HB 464)
CA No. 5 Authorizes local governments to give ad valorem tax exemptions to manufacturing companies in lieu of taxes (Act 370 – SB 272)
CA No. 6 Increases income limit for homestead exemption special assessment (Act 369 – HB 525)
CA No. 7 Creates Louisiana Unclaimed Property Permanent Trust Fund to preserve money unclaimed by its owner or owners (Act 38, 1st ES – SB 12)
Check parish results PW Sports Wagering Authorizes parishes to permit sports wagering activities (Act 215)
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Wes Muller traces his journalism roots back to 1997 when, at age 13, he built and launched a hyper-local news website for his New Orleans neighborhood. In the following 22 years since then, he has worked as a journalist for the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, the Sun Herald in Biloxi, WAFB-9News CBS in Baton Rouge, and the Enterprise-Journal in McComb, Mississippi. Much of his work has involved reporting on First Amendment issues and watchdog coverage of municipal and state government. He has received several honors and recognitions, including McClatchy's National President's Award, the Associated Press Freedom of Information Award, and the Daniel M. Phillips Freedom of Information Award from the Mississippi Press Association, among others. Muller is a New Orleans native, a Jesuit High School alumnus, a University of New Orleans alumnus, a veteran U.S. Army paratrooper, and an adjunct English teacher at Baton Rouge Community College. He lives in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, with his teenage son and his wife, who is also a journalist.