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Echoes of ’91: A Campaign Season Littered With David Duke’s Baggage

In 1991, David Duke lost in a landslide against Edwin Edwards in Louisiana's most consequential gubernatorial election in a century. Back then, Duke publicly presented himself as a moderate conservative in an attempt to distance himself from his toxic, racist past. Today, two GOP candidates seem to be rummaging through Duke's baggage to see what fits.

2019 Election Qualifying Day One: Here’s Your Sign

"These jobs don't come with training wheels." -- Mike Strain

Running Away from His Values

Five years ago, Edward Lee “Eddie” Rispone of Baton Rouge and current Republican candidate for Louisiana governor published his first and...

Flying in the Wrong Direction

“Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.” - Mark Twain Congressman Ralph Abraham,...

Prologue: The Boxer from Winnsboro

"I am leaving, I am leaving" But the fighter still remains.

Campaign 2019: Road-Tripping with Gov. John Bel Edwards

"I hope when you put your head on your pillow at night, you realize the positive effect you have on people -- today, and for the future." -- Gov. John Bel Edwards

Annual Louisiana Survey Should Make State GOP Officials Rethink Political Messaging, Legislative Agenda. But...

The governor’s agenda enjoys broad, bipartisan support, while his political adversaries bank on a strategy of amnesia and disinformation.

Opening Day 2019

"There’s still lots of work to do, but we are putting this state back on a path to more prosperity, more opportunity." -- Gov. John Bel Edwards

Kenny Knight Keelhauled: The Past Is Never Dead.

As Louisiana Republicans pressure Steve Scalise to reconsider a run for governor, the white supremacist who invited him to speak at his hate group conference- and then lied about it- is sentenced to five years behind bars.