Will Louisiana's presidential primary matter after Super Tuesday
Posted on 3/1/2016 4:17:00 AM.

Today is Super Tuesday, so will Louisiana’s presidential primary still matter on Saturday, March 5th? Pollster John Couvillon of JMC Analytics says Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are in a strong position to receive their party’s nomination as people in 12 states will vote today. Couvillon says it’s possible the democratic nomination will be sewn up after tonight.

Super Tuesday, presidential primary, John Couvillion, Democrat, Republican

Governor Edwards to attend Republican legislative retreat
Posted on 2/1/2016 1:14:00 PM.
In a bit of a strange twist, Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards is scheduled to attend a Republican legislative retreat today in Lafayette. GOP lawmakers are gathering to discuss plans to deal with the state's budget crisis.
Louisiana, politics, John Bel Edwards, Republican, budget, Pearson Cross

Qualifying begins for Louisiana's presidential primary
Posted on 12/2/2015 3:10:00 AM.

Today begins a three day qualifying period for candidates to sign up and get on the ballot for Louisiana’s March 5th Presidential Primary Election. Political Analyst Clancy Dubois says since Louisiana’s presidential primary falls a few days after “Super Tuesday,” Louisiana will not have a strong say on who the parties will nominate.

Clancy Dubos, Presidential Primary, Democrat, Republican, Super Tuesday

Jindal continues to poll low in Iowa
Posted on 9/1/2015 11:04:00 AM.
The latest Republican presidential polls in Iowa show Governor Bobby Jindal rounding up very little support.  A Monmouth University survey shows Jindal receiving one-percent of Iowa Republican caucus goers support, while a Bloomberg/Des Moines Register poll shows him with two-percent.  
Bobby Jindal, president, campaign, Republican, Iowa, Bernie Pinsonat

Judge says Houma candidate cannot run as both Democrat and Republican
Posted on 8/17/2015 11:12:00 AM.
A state district judge has thrown out the lawsuit of a candidate for the State House of Representatives who wanted to be listed as both Democrat and Republican on the ballot.  Houma attorney Damon Baldone filed the suit after the Terrebonne Parish registrar of voters listed his party affiliation as "other".  
Louisiana, politics, Democrat, Republican, Damon Baldone

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