2022 Louisiana's 3rd congressional district election
The 3rd district encompasses southwestern Louisiana, taking in Lake Charles and Lafayette. The incumbent is Republican Clay Higgins, who was re-elected with 67.8% of the vote in 2020.
- Clay Higgins (Republican), incumbent U.S. Representative
- Holden Hoggatt (Republican), prosecutor
- Lessie Olivia Leblanc (Democratic), journalist
- Tia LeBrun (Democratic), teacher
- Guy McLendon (Libertarian), perennial candidate
- Thomas "Lane" Payne, Jr. (Republican), pastor
- Jacob "Jake" Shaheen (Republican), teacher
- Gloria R. Wiggins (Independent)
Holden Hoggatt (R)
- U.S. Senators
- U.S. Representatives
|The Kitchens Group (R)[A]
2022 Louisiana's 5th congressional district election
The 5th district encompasses rural northeastern Louisiana, central Louisiana, as well as the northern part of Louisiana's Florida parishes in southeast Louisiana, taking in Monroe, Alexandria, Opelousas, Amite and Bogalusa, Louisiana. Republican Luke Letlow, who was elected in a runoff with 62.0% of the vote, died on December 29, 2020 of COVID-19 before he took office. Letlow's widow Julia won the 2021 special election with 64.9% of the vote.
- Oscar "Omar" Dantzler (Democratic), candidate for governor in 2019
- Allen Guillory (Republican), perennial candidate
- Walter Earl Huff (Democratic), businessman
- Julia Letlow (Republican), incumbent U.S. Representative
- Hunter Pullen (Republican), U.S. Army veteran
2022 Louisiana's 6th congressional district election
The 6th district encompasses the suburbs of Baton Rouge. The incumbent is Republican Garret Graves, who was re-elected with 71.0% of the vote in 2020.
- Brian Belzer (Republican), businessman
- Rufus Holt Craig (Libertarian), former chair of the Louisiana Libertarian Party and perennial candidate
- Garret Graves (Republican), incumbent U.S. Representative
- ^ Key:
A – all adults
RV – registered voters
LV – likely voters
V – unclear
- Partisan clients
- ^ This poll was sponsored by Hoggatt's campaign
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- Official campaign websites for 2nd district candidates
- Official campaign websites for 3rd district candidates
- Official campaign websites for 4th district candidates
- Official campaign websites for 5th district candidates
- Official campaign websites for 6th district candidates