The forum begins at 7 p.m. and the school is at 762 N. Main St. (Highway 31).
On the Oct. 4 ballot in many precincts is a race between challenger Lucretia P. Burton and incumbent Lori A. Landry for Division H district judge.
There are justice of the peace races in Ward 3 between Charlene Champagne and Joseph Filer “Coach” Wiltz, and in Ward 6 between Shelia Landry and Lana M. Luke.
Also, voters in the Breaux Bridge area (Hospital Service District No. 2) will be asked to authorize the lease of St. Martin Parish Hospital to Lafayette General Medical Center.
The candidates’ forum is conducted by the St. Martin Parish Democratic Executive Committee.
(For sample ballots, go to: http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/cgibin/?rqstyp=BLTPD&rqsdta=10040850.)
The remaining incumbents are unopposed for the following judicial offices:
•Division A – Gerard B. Wattigny, New Iberia.
•Division B – Paul deMahy, St. Martinville.
•Division C – John E. Conery, Franklin.
•Division D – James R. McClelland, Franklin.
•Division E – Keith Comeaux, New Iberia.
•Division F – Edward “Ed” Leonard Jr., Morgan City.
•Division G – Charles L. Porter, New Iberia.
•Phil Haney, New Iberia.
Justice of the Peace
•Ward 1 – Thomas J. Boutte.
•Ward 2 – Joseph Mason.
•Ward 1 – Alvin Cormier, St. Martinville.
•Ward 2 – Leander “Cush” Williams, St. Martinville.
•Ward 3 – David R. Dugas, St. Martinville.
•Ward 5 – Floyd “Hal” Scrantz, Breaux Bridge.
•Ward 6 – Carol Martin, Stephensville.
Breaux Bridge City
Randy P. Angelle, Breaux Bridge.
City Court Marshal
Jerry Frederick, Breaux Bridge.