Louisiana Politics

louisiana-capital 3by Lou Gehrig  Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net

We told you so!
    When theFax-Net published a Public Policy Polling (PPP) poll on the governor’s race last week, which showed Democrat John Bel Edwards defeating Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter in a runoff, we advised to sit tight because more polls would be forthcoming.

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maness-nungesserQuick political news for today as we savor the sweet scent of victory from last night's thriller in the dome.


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FAUCHEUX-PICCan either Republicans Jay Dardenne or Scott Angelle overtake Democrat John Bel Edwards for a runoff position against current leader US Sen. David Vitter? Can Edwards, when against a Republican given the recent election history of the state?

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jindal-angryby Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice

The timing could not have been better—or worse, depending upon your perspective.

But all things considered, Wednesday was a bad day for a certain Louisiana governor flailing away in a doomed quest for the Republican presidential nomination.

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jindal-betRight in time for tonight’s junior varsity Republican presidential debate on CNN, Louisiana Governor got a kick in the proverbial pants over one of his major planks as a republican candidate for the White House.  A Baton Rouge federal judge found against him on the issue of Common Core.

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nichols-kristySay goodbye to Kristie Nichols.

Governor Bobby Jindal is doing just that.

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jindal-trump 3It was quite a scene at the National Press Club yesterday as Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal joined the other Republican presidential candidates in attacking frontrunner Donald Trump.

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jindal-trumpRepublican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, candidate for President of the United States, slashed opponent Donald Trump in a string of attacks words he would normally reserve for President Obama, Hillary Clinton or another Democrat. 


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 church-and-state-300x181Jindal and $9.4B feasibility

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and Formosa Petrochemical Corp. Chairman Bao-Lang Chen announced the company is studying the feasibility of an estimated $9.4 billion industrial complex in St. James Parish, where the company would build two project phases producing ethylene and a host of downstream chemical products. A final investment decision expected by mid-2016 will determine the final capital investment figure for the project, in which Formosa would create 1,200 new direct jobs with an average annual salary of $84,500, plus benefits. Louisiana Economic Development estimates the project also would result in 8,000 new indirect jobs, for a total of 9,200 new jobs in Louisiana.

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jindal-cavutoThe latest polls tell a horrible story for Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, the most persistent presidential candidate of them all. According to the Loras College Iowa poll, released today, Jindal is languishing at 1% support in Iowa, tied for 12th place. Thus, Jindal has received no political benefit from his countless trips, speeches and campaign appearances in the Hawkeye state. 

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