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Tuesday, 06 September 2011 09:01
Two Run vs.Jindal--Kennedy, Schedler, Caldwell Qualify
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As of 9:00 a.m.Tuesdy morning, the first day of qualifying for statewide office, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal officially has competition for his seat--Ron Caesar and William Robert "Bob" Lang Jr.  Lang ran for U.S. Senate in 2010 against David Vitter.  Caesar was a major promoter of a Jindal recall effort.


James D. "Buddy" Caldwell,  "Tom" Schedler and John Kennedy qualified for Attorney General, Secretary of State and Treasurer, respectively.

Update: Since the publishing of this article, Jay Dardenne has qualified for Lt. Governor. 

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Governor
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
"Ron" Ceasar 09/06/2011 No Party
P. O. Box 1281, Opelousas LA 70571 Black
225-328-4515 Male
William Robert "Bob" Lang Jr. 09/06/2011 No Party
117 Levee Rd., Natchitoches LA 71457 White
318-352-9964 Male

Lieutenant Governor
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
No candidates

Secretary of State
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
"Tom" Schedler 09/06/2011 Republican
7211 Brookwood Dr., Mandeville LA 70471 White
985-626-9038 Male

Secretary of State Unexpired Term
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
"Tom" Schedler 09/06/2011 Republican
7211 Brookwood Dr., Mandeville LA 70471 White
985-626-9038 Male

Attorney General
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
James D. "Buddy" Caldwell 09/06/2011 Republican
96 Marianna, Tallulah LA 71282 White
318-574-4771 Male

Treasurer
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
No candidates

Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry
1 to be Elected
Name/Address/PhoneFiled DateParty/Race/Gender
No candidates
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