LA GOP and Gov Edwards believe an apology is necessary from Rep. Richmond for Kellyanne Conway joke
Posted on 3/2/2017 12:45:00 PM.

New Orleans Congressman Cedric Richmond says his joke about Donald Trump aid Kellyanne Conway was misinterpreted. Richmond spoke last night at the Washington Press Club Foundation Dinner and joked that Conway “looked familiar” while kneeling.
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Governor orders full investigation into side trips by State Police troopers
Posted on 2/21/2017 1:38:00 PM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
Governor John Bel Edwards orders a full investigation into trips made by State Police officers, amid a report 4 troopers took side excursions to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon during a business trip on the taxpayer's dime. The Division of Administration's auditor will conduct the probe.
state police, governor's office, Louisiana, mike edmonson, clancy dubos

Covington Rep. John Schroder first to announce candidacy in race for State Treasurer
Posted on 1/9/2017 11:53:00 AM.
We just got over a historic election cycle, but there is another big race kicking off in Louisiana for state treasurer as John Kennedy exits for US Senate. Today, Covington Representative John Schroder announced his candidacy for the job.
John Schroder, john kennedy, state treasurer, clancy dubos

Judge rules AG Landry can deny contracts containing anti-discrimination language
Posted on 10/17/2016 6:07:00 PM.

A Baton Rouge judge has ruled in favor of Attorney General Jeff Landry for his refusal to sign state contracts that protect against LGBT discrimination, in spite of an executive order signed by Governor John Bel Edwards in April. Legal analyst Clancy Dubos says Landry is clearly trying to make a political statement, and in this case the judge has agreed with him.
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Boustany accuses Treasurer Kennedy of spreading lies about prostitutes; Kennedy balks
Posted on 9/15/2016 1:04:00 PM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
US Representative Charles Boustany says allegations that he was involved with prostitutes who were killed in Jefferson Davis Parish are false and hurtful. He says operatives working for State Treasurer John Kennedy are spreading these lies.
charles boustany, john kennedy, prostitution, clancy dubos

NOLA mayor endorses Caroline Fayard for US Senate
Posted on 9/12/2016 5:11:00 PM.

Democratic US Senate candidate Caroline Fayard has won the endorsement of New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. Political analyst Clancy Dubos says Landrieu’s endorsement is a nice feather in the cap of Fayard’s campaign.
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Labor Day marks unofficial start of election season
Posted on 9/5/2016 5:28:00 AM.

Labor Day marks the beginning of fall and football season, but it also means the unofficial kick off for election season. In Louisiana, the big statewide race is for US Senate, where there are 24 names on the ballot. Political analyst Clancy Dubos says it’s difficult for the candidates to set themselves apart, so message and visibility will be important before the November 8th election day.
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Democrat VP candidate Tim Kain visits Louisiana
Posted on 8/10/2016 6:20:00 AM.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine is visiting New Orleans today. Political analyst Clancy Dubos says the goal of the visit is probably to support other Democratic candidates on the November ballot and to raise money for the Hillary Clinton campaign.
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Endorsements starting to roll in for the U.S. Senate race
Posted on 7/27/2016 11:07:00 AM.

We are starting to see more endorsements in the U.S. Senate race. Former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer is officially backing State Treasurer John Kennedy and Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain has endorsed Congressman Charles Boustany.
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Record 52 people in one day qualified for Louisiana's federal elections
Posted on 7/21/2016 11:15:00 AM.

A state record was set at the Secretary of State’s office during the first day of qualifying, as 52 people entered one of the federal races. Political analyst Clancy Dubos says open seats for high office always draw large fields. But he says it could be voter frustration as well that’s embodied by the Trump movement.
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