Wednesday, 02 September 2015 14:57
Join, the historic Louisiana governor race chat tonight, a real tweet
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collage-governor-blab-facebookWant to discuss the Louisiana Governor's election?  Who has the best policy--David Vitter, Jon Bel Edwards, Jay Dardenne or Scott Angelle?  


Here's your chance. Do it online.

Bayoubuzz is hosting the Discuss TONIGHT’S Louisiana’s Governor Race Debate with Jeff Crouere, Jim Brown and many more which takes place tonight, actually.

Joining me will be Jeff Crouere of WGSO Radio and former Statewide Government Official and radio talk show host, Jim Brown.  And you.

Yes, you.

This is an online interactive event, using video technology.  You can watch the program and you can chat.  You can also raise your digital hand and be called upon and be seen (as long as you have a video camera and sound) on your computer or phone.

Here's the details

WEDNESDAY, September 2, 9:00 PM CDT
Join Jeff Crouere, Jim Brown and Stephen Sabludowsky TONIGHT at 9PM to discuss the *Louisiana governor’s race debate occurring on LAE at 8PM--click link to watch.

So, have your voice heard, who won the debate, who is the best candidate and more.

Join the Bayoubuzz Blab using the incredible and simple Blab technology. Just sign on with your twitter account or simply lurk and enjoy the show

Click here

With blab it’s a “piece of cake” to join the broadcast and ask your questions directly or you can use the comment section if you're camera shy.

ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS, AT 9PM TONIGHT, click here and chat with others using twitter and you can even appear on the show with your question or your opinion.

So, start telling your friends.  They will help you make history.

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