mayorsWhich Mayor might win the New Orleans election if the candidates were between two former Mayors and the current one, Mitch Landrieu? This is an extrapolation of an issue that a local PAC surveyed when it asked the following question: 

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elections tidmoreWhich is the candidate to beat in the New Orleans Mayor’s race—Michael Bagneris, Desiree Charbonnet, LaToya Cantrell, Troy Henry, Frank Spurlock?  Will campaign money make the key difference? What are the major issues that appear to resonate with the voters? What might be the impact of New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu?  Will the Sewage and Water Board scandal seriously pour into the New Orleans Mayor’s election?  The City Council elections? Who are the leading candidates in the competitive New Orleans City Council contests?

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landrieu kissThere are 25 days until the voters of New Orleans decide the top two candidates in the crowded race for Mayor of New Orleans. There are currently 18 candidates running for Mayor; however, most analysts have concluded there are three clear front-runners: Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell, Former Judge Desiree Charbonnet and Former Judge Michael Bagneris, all Democrats.   

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cantrellThis weekend, two different findings from two respectable pollsters with two totally different results hit the New Orleans Mayor’s election streets.

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troy henryThe dirty attack ads and websites that define most political races are off and running in the race for New Orleans Mayor.  In an age of SuperPacs with unknown donors, we're now seeing cowardly anti-candidate sites showing up in political cyberspace without any identifiers as to who funded, built, created or responsible for the domain and sites itself.

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BagnerisCampaignYou can always get an idea what’s on the minds of candidates running for elective office, by the posts they put up on social media.

Today, Michael Bagneris is proud to showcase support from a major backer Frank Stewart. He also has an big event tomorrow—Po Boys and Purple Knights, as in St. Augustine.

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BagnerisCampaignThe Alliance for Good Government announced its endorsement Thursday night.

According to a twitter post, the Alliance backed Michael Bagneris for Mayor of New Orleans, Helena Moreno and current City Councilman Jason Williams for the Council at Large position.

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