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Thursday, 22 September 2011 13:24
Poll: Dardenne vs. Nungesser For Louisiana Lt. Governor?
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The major Louisiana election attraction this year is the upcoming Lt. Governor’s race featuring Jay Dardenne versus Billy Nungesser.

Both are Republicans.

 Both don the conservative mantle claiming the other is not really a conservative.

Nungesser has been the President of Plaquemines Parish.  He achieved national recognition due to his role during the BP oil spill.

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Dardenne has been a State Senator, Louisiana Secretary of State and as of recent, Lt. Governor due to an election last fall filling the vacancy that resulted when Mitch Landrieu became the New Orleans Mayor.

Take the poll below and share with your friends and associates.

The Poll ends October 18 at 11:59, three days prior to the election on October 22.

Nungesser, Dardenne Addresses Budget, Tourism, Gambling At Louisiana Lt. Governor’s Forum

Part I--Nungesser vs. Dardenne debate

Politics with a Punch--This Thursday--featuring Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne


 

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