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pinsonat2With the Louisiana legislature approaching, the U.S. Senate election and the Louisiana Governor's race beginning to develop a shape, Bayoubuzz posed questions to Bernie Pinsonat, pollster for Southern Media and Opinion Research (SMOR).  

 

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louisiana capitol 2As usual, election results produce their share of winners and losers, and Louisiana politicians have no special immunity to this. Thus, from the latest quadrennial elections, we find:

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It is a foregone conclusion that Republican Mitt Romney will capture Louisiana’s eight electoral votes. States get one electoral vote for each U.S. House District, plus two for the U.S. senators from the state.

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Optimized-Election-2012People are early voting in record numbers all over America.  Here in my home state of Louisiana, election participation is up 25% over the presidential election just four years ago. 

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louisiana capitol 2Politicians from Orleans, Jefferson Parish, West And East Baton Rouge Parishes signed up for the first day of qualifying on Wednesday for a variety of offices from U.S. Congress to Judgeship to Public Service Commission.

Here is the unofficial result for those parishes as of 5:15pm Wednesday

 

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voteWhat's happening in the world of Louisiana politics and government today?  There's local and statewide elections qualifying that began today. Forward New Orleans has taken a stand on public schools.  The Department of Education is vouching for its education reform of promoted by Governor Bobby Jindal.

 

Here are recent press releases and qualifying (unofficial) as of the time of publishing this article.

 

 

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