Lafayette voters will decided between two candidates for Lafayette Parish Sheriff when they go to the polls on Saturday, November 21.

Chad Leger and Mark Garber face off against each other in that runoff election.

Leger says he plans to focus on meeting any voters who have not yet heard his message, and reminding residents of Lafayette Parish to either early vote, November 7th through the 14th, or vote the day of the election on November 21.

When asked during an interview what really separates him from his challenger Mark Garber, Leger had this to say,

"One of the biggest things is, I am born and raised here in Lafayette Parish. I was born in Scott. I have served the people of Lafayette Parish for twenty-six, almost twenty-seven years now, and so all of my service has been here. I haven't travelled the country, and job wise, I have committed myself here. I have worked in two places, the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office and the Scott Police Department, now as the Chief of Police, so I think that brings a different feature of what I bring to the table."