Edwards not pro-life, Vitter supporters not pro-prostitution

Thursday, 29 October 2015 14:31 Written by

takeLouisiana Governor's election is moving into its first full week of the runoff and the candidates and proxies are strategizing and some say they are directly coordinating with Super PACS.  The nnational media is beginning to take note and social media is a hot bed of anger between the two sides.

Democratic lean poll puts Edwards with 12 point lead over Vitter
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:36

mansionA new Democratic-based poll, paid for by an organization which has been denouncing David Vitter in TV ads, is stating that Jon Bel Edwards, has the early lead against Republican David Vitter in the Louisiana gubernatorial election.  

Wake up Louisiana Look! A Governor's race and election!
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:28 Written by


Do a majority of folks in Louisiana even care about who governs them in the coming years?  You wouldn’t think so based on election turnout in last week’s gubernatorial election.  Election officials had projected just under 50% turnout. As a former head of elections during my time as Secretary of State, I had projected a bit above 40%.

Sabato: Louisiana governor race, favors Vitter, leans Republican
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:19

sabatoLarry Sabato’s Crystal Ball today moved campaign ratings on  Louisiana gubernatorial races towards the Democratic candidate Jon Bel Edwards, today. 

Sabato’s rating change marks the third major national political analyst this week to move Louisiana towards Democrats, following the Cook Political Report and the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report.  

On Saturday, Sen. David Vitter (R) and state Rep. John Bel Edwards (D) advanced to a runoff in Louisiana, which is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 21.

Why was Louisiana election turnout so poor?
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:10 Written by

voteThe abnormally low turnout for the 2015 Louisiana state general elections seems mainly a consequence of campaign-specific factors more than for longer term, secular reasons.

AARP voter guide for Vitter vs. Edwards; Demos want spygate; Willie Horton Louisiana
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:07

aarp-vit 5The Vitter vs. Jon Bel Edwards beat goes on.

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Election wrap and what Edwards, Vitter must do to win
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:05 Written by

jim-brownSo, what happened Saturday when Democrat Jon Bel Edwards ended up with 40 percent of the vote against three Republicans, particularly, one with almost universal name recognition, David Vitter?

Vitter's campaign, supporters malign pollster Verne Kennedy, and so?
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:02 Written by

kennedy-graphLeading up to the recent Governor’s primary, I received a number of polls, all different from one another in some way.

Fax-Net: Looking good for Jon Bel Edwards vs. Vitter in North Louisiana
Thursday, 29 October 2015 12:57 Written by

   lens-governor 1 State Rep. John Bel Edwards, it appears, could return the governor’s office to Democratic hands.  He had an impressive 40% of the vote in the gubernatorial primary on Saturday.

Crouere: Vitter is probably weakest GOP run-off candidate next to David Duke
Tuesday, 27 October 2015 16:41 Written by

vitter-edwardsFew analysts would have predicted the result from the Louisiana Governor’s race on Saturday night. While almost everyone envisioned the run-off would be between John Bel Edwards and David Vitter, none of the political experts expected Edwards to lead by such a wide margin (40-23%). 


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