Mayor Mitch Landrieu will be giving his State of the City address tomorrow. Perhaps one of the topics for discussion will be the decision of the city to eliminate traffic court compromises and settlements.
Bobby Jindal might not be the most popular politician in Louisiana, the most likely republican or democratic candidate to be elected president, but he is expensive.
What’s going on in the state capitol in Baton Rouge?
Taxes are being raised like never before?
The Louisiana Democratic Party and its supporters might not see eye-to-eye with Bob Mann, once again.
The former democrat, former top staff for Senator John Breaux and Governor Kathleen Blanco (both democrats), current communications professor at LSU, blogger and columnist for the Times Picayune, has a message for democrats, if they want to defeat their' worst nightmare"--David Vitter.
If you have been receiving political email in your inbox, asking you to write a letter to the legislature, contribute to a candidacy, attend a fundraiser, watch a film clip and so on, you are not alone.
Not that Louisiana Governor David Vitter seems to need much help this election campaign as he leads his competition in both the polls and in the race for money. However, a PAC that has been created to support David Vitter has just announced that in the first quarter of 2015, it has raised more than $680,000 and thus far, has raised over $4.6M.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
With 2015 being a high-profile election year in the great State of Louisiana, with the governor’s race at the top of the heap, it is not surprising, therefore, that polls are on a roll to detect the views of the state’s voters.
Polls, polls and more polls…
Recently, two Louisiana polls have emerged making a bit of noise in the state’s political stratosphere.
A recent poll reviewing the Louisiana electorate revealed a significant negative opinion voters have of its governor, Bobby Jindal. It also showed that David Vitter, at this point, will be in a runoff--come October election day.
Last week, former US Ambassador, John Bolton, announced that he was supporting U.S. Senator David Vitter for Louisiana Governor and that his PAC, John Bolton PAC, would contribute ten thousand dollars to the Vitter campaign for governor.