President Trump's approval rating tops 50 percent in Louisiana
Posted on 7/26/2017 10:23:00 AM.

Most Louisiana residents approve of Donald Trump’s job performance, according to a recent Gallup poll. LSU political science professor Robert Hogan says that’s not surprising since the president won an overwhelming majority of the popular vote in the Bayou State. He says the poll shows that Louisiana voters like what the president is doing.
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Analyst: Hard to predict what President Trump will say to Congress tonight
Posted on 2/28/2017 10:51:00 AM.

Tonight President Donald Trump will address a joint session of Congress, and even political experts don’t know what to expect. LSU political science professor Robert Hogan says this address will be unlike any we’ve seen in a while, as a Republican president will go before a GOP dominated Congress. But he says that doesn’t mean either chamber will fully support the President’s proposals.
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Analyst: Presidential debate unlike any other out of major nominees
Posted on 9/27/2016 1:07:00 PM.
Political experts say last night's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is one of the most bizarre ever at that level of politics. LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan says it's due, in part, to the sharp personal jabs they took at each other.
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Analyst discuss Louisiana's chances in getting federal relief
Posted on 9/12/2016 5:35:00 AM.

The push is on for more federal dollars to assist in flood recovery. Governor John Bel Edwards has requested Congress pass a two billion dollar federal aid package. LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan says Louisiana’s Congressional delegation will face some difficulty, because three of our members voted against a Superstorm Sandy relief package.
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President Obama to visit Baton Rouge
Posted on 1/8/2016 10:56:00 AM.
The White House announces that President Barack Obama will make his first trip to Baton Rouge as president next week.  The president will visit the Capital City Thursday, January 14th, two days after his State of the Union address.  
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Vitter will not seek re-election to Senate
Posted on 11/21/2015 10:23:00 PM.
Republican Senator David Vitter has decided to not seek re-election to the US Senate next year.  Vitter made the announcement during his gubernatorial election concession speech Saturday night.  
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Jindal to participate in another undercard debate
Posted on 10/28/2015 6:19:00 AM.
The presidential GOP hopefuls will participate in a debate hosted by CNBC tonight and again Governor Bobby Jindal will not be on the main stage. Instead, Jindal and three others will participate in an undercard debate at 5 PM. LSU Political Science professor Robert Hogan says Jindal couldn’t pass up the opportunity for free exposure…
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Jindal campaign lagging behind in fundraising efforts
Posted on 10/16/2015 12:27:00 PM.
Federal fundraising reports show that Governor Bobby Jindal's presidential campaign raised less than $600,000 during the third fundraising quarter.  The report further states that the governor has only $261,000 on hand.  
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Jindal presidential fundraiser nets $350,000
Posted on 9/18/2015 12:05:00 PM.
Governor Bobby Jindal raised $350,000 during a campaign fundraiser in New Orleans Thursday.  LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan says despite mixed reviews the governor received for his performance in Wednesday's debate, Jindal is still able to raise funds for his presidential campaign.
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George W. Bush visits New Orleans for Katrina 10-year despite criticism over storm response
Posted on 8/27/2015 4:45:00 AM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
Former President George W. Bush visits New Orleans today to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina which political observers say was the low point of his presidency. Many blame Bush's administration for not getting aid to the people of Louisiana fast enough. 
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