Wednesday, 15 October 2014 14:16
Lawrence Chehardy, Jim Brown discuss Louisiana US Senate TV debate
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brown-chehardyDid the televised Louisiana US Senate Race, anxiously awaited by thousands, meet the expectations of two of the state's most politically-savvy experts?  What were their disappointments, if any?

 

Former Louisiana Senator, Secretary of State and Insurance Commissioner Jim Brown and former long-time Jefferson Parish Assessor Lawrence Chehardy responded to these and other questions shortly after the debate Tuesday night.

Participating in the debates were Democrat Mary Landrieu, Tea Party candidate Rob Maness and Republican Bill Cassidy.

Here is part one and two of a multi-part series:

Lawrence Chehardy and Jim Brown, discuss whether the US Senate debate met their expectations Lawrence Chehardy and Jim Brown, discuss whether they were disappointed with any of the performances from the US Senate debate.

 


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