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Thursday, 19 November 2015 13:31
Today: Louisiana governor's race talk with Ron Faucheux, Jeff Crouere at 4PM
 

faucheux crouere 1Louisiana governor’s election, T-minus 2 (depending upon how you count backwards).

The moment that we all have been waiting for is fast approaching.  It's almost liftoff.  For better or for worst, for richer or for our poorer future.

For Bobby Jindal, we do part.

Meanwhile, what are the issues resonating with the voters?

With David Vitter behind Jon Bel Edwards by double-digits, can he pull off the “mother of all political upsets” in Louisiana recent history?

What must he do to win?

What must Edwards do to ensure he does not lose?

WGSO Radio Talk Show host Jeff Crouere and Dr. of Political Science and pollster, Ron Faucheus of Clarus, will be featured in today’s online video-chat discussion, LIVE at 4pm.

This is an opportunity for you to be heard, to ask questions and even be seen and comment.

You can watch this online at Bayoubuzz.com or you can participate more fully at https://blab.im/stephen-sabludowsky-louisiana-governor-race-ron-faucheux-jeff-crouere-lagov-lagovdebate

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