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PrintLeafletFeedbackShare »FacebookTwitterDiggRedditDeliciousStumbleUponBloggerE-Mail Right-wing Democrat wins governorship in Louisiana By Patrick Martin 25 November 2015 Conservative Democrat John Bel Edwards won the November 21 runoff election for governor of Louisiana, defeating Republican US senator David Vitter by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent. Turnout was only 40 percent, but this low figure represented a slight increase over the primary election held October 24.
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Kip HoldenIn the wake of his failed bid to become lieutenant governor, Mayor-President Kip Holden talked in an interview Tuesday about his plans for the remainder of his term and used the occasion to bash some council members’ ideas for redeveloping north Baton Rouge. Holden lost the lieutenant governor campaign Saturday in a runoff with former Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser, who won 55 percent of the vote.
BALTIMORE, Maryland, November 20, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) -- A group of Pope Francis’ episcopal appointees and other like-minded prelates provoked an open clash at the American Catholic bishops’ fall meeting in Baltimore this week as they pressed the conference to rewrite its election guide for 2016 to downplay the importance of the battle for life and family.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Ballots have gone out to state lawmakers, asking them to decide whether Louisiana should tap its "rainy day" fund to rebalance this year's budget. Gov. Bobby Jindal is asking House and Senate members to use $28.2 million from the fund to help close a midyear deficit and keep public colleges from facing cuts.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- Ballots have gone out to state lawmakers, asking them to decide whether Louisiana should tap its "rainy day" fund to rebalance this year's budget. Gov. Bobby Jindal is asking House and Senate members to use $28.2 million from the fund to help close a midyear deficit and keep public colleges from facing cuts.
Gov.-elect John Bel Edwards’ alliances with education unions and traditional public school leaders are drawing concern that Louisiana’s next governor will seek to revisit legislative battles over charter schools and the state’s voucher program. In a sign of the strength of Edwards’ ties to the unions, the Democrat’s first speech since winning the weekend runoff election was Monday at the Louisiana Federation of Teachers convention in Lake Charles.
As Gov. Bobby Jindal prepares to leave office with a 100 percent record for midyear budget crises, he announces that he will say farewell with a lap of honor. He was due to be feeding red meat to evangelical Iowans right now, but because that didn’t pan out, he plans to spend the dying days of his term touring Louisiana “talking to folks” about “the progress we’ve made.
Louisiana Republicans are feeling confident that they will hold the seat of retiring Sen. David Vitter in 2016, even as Democrats swept the governorship of the Pelican State on Saturday. “John Bel Edwards’ election as governor was clearly a personal victory for him, and nothing more,” veteran GOP consultant Roy Fletcher told me.
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