SHREVEPORT La. - Apart from the governor's race, two local state races will also head to a runoff. State Senator Ryan Gatti will face up against challenger Robert Mills. While State House District 3 will have a new representative. Barbara Norton is term limited. The seat will now go to either Daryl-Joy Walters or Tammy Phelps.
Robert Mills led the votes by 48 percent to Ryan Gatti's 38.
And Tammy Phelps got 46 percent of the votes and Daryl-Joy Walters got 33.
On Sunday, we talked talked to Robert Mills. He told us he's going to keep doing what he's doing and focus on legal issues and lawsuit abuse.
"We're going to be a little more energetic," said Mills. "We may spend a little more time on the ground knocking on doors and talking to people, but it's really the same platform, the same message, the same exuberance that we've had from day one. So 32 more days."
We also caught up with Tammy Phelps Sunday night. She says she ready to get back on the campaign trail and get those voters that she missed.
"Glad that day is over," Phelps said. "We can start over. I'm so appreciative to all my voters and support. I really thought we could find that five percent, but we'll keep it moving starting over, clean slate and start over."
Daryl Joy-Walters us Saturday night that quality education is her main priority.
Gatti told us that he's focusing on teachers, first responders and jobs.
Early voting starts November 2nd and runs through November 9th.
Election day is November 16th.