When I shared Sen. Hyde-Smith’s comment about being on the front row of a public hanging, I didn’t characterize it as a joke for a reason.
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Nine candidates are vying for the short-term job, with election this year expected to provide an easier race next year for the eventual winner.
Election Day: Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 2018.
There are two different races for clerk of court positions in Orleans Parish, and in both races, there are two stand-out candidates who deserve the jobs.
Louisiana’s third largest city has an opportunity to elect a young and passionate public servant who reflects the best aspirations of Shreveport’s next generation of leadership.
During the next three days, we will publish our recommendations for Louisiana Secretary of State, all six Congressional districts, mayor of Shreveport, and two clerk of court races in Orleans Parish.
A video response to criticism that our recent reporting on the Alexandria mayor’s race is a racist conspiracy against an African American Democrat.
The most fascinating mayoral election versus the most consequential mayoral election in Louisiana.
I studied nonprofit law in law school and have spent the past dozen years researching and writing about campaign finance law.
I have never encountered a more brazen example of what should be precisely prohibited than what the Larvadain family nonprofit organization is apparently doing.
With only two weeks left, Kay Michiels dominates positive trending in Alexandria’s mayoral race, while state Rep. Jeff Hall’s campaign loses ground.