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Get the Tuesday Tracker in your inbox every week. Sign up for free. Previous issues are archived here. September 2. 0, 2. Issue 7. 0Happy Tuesday, Trackers! At the annual meeting of the Association of Louisiana Lobbyists on Monday, there was a bit of a buzz about the possibility of an all- Democratic runoff in the U.
S. It was more of a fun “What If?” string of scenarios, floated during a panel discussion on polling. Which is to say that it was not a serious conversation at all. But it did highlight the many question marks that surround this contest. Will the top four Republicans end up with similar percentages?
How much of the vote will David Duke get? Will one or both of the two leading Democrats get above the teens?
What does the rest of the 2. November ballot? Play around with the numbers long enough and you can start to see how it could happen — an all- Dem runoff. But few politicos are ready to bet the line on that. For now it’s just something to backfill the uncomfortable moments of silence at the bar. Meanwhile, Five. Thirty. Eight is predicting that Republicans have an 8. Louisiana’s open Senate seat.
When Five. Thirty. Eight’s own prediction models are removed and only polling is relied upon, that percentage for the GOP jumps to 9.
Projected primary vote shares are available too. You also know why it could become one of the most important state Supreme Court elections in recent memory. Last week’s issue also profiled a Public Service Commission candidate on the move, revealed which super PAC has finally jumped into the U. S. Senate race, previewed possible legislation for 2. If you want to catch all of the political angles before they surface in the mainline press, then subscribe to La.
Politics Weekly today! We’re keeping subscribers ahead of the curve. Nicolas Girod becoming the seventh mayor of New Orleans, although technically he was the first elected mayor of the city. A Protestant in a Catholic stronghold, he was quite the businessman and owned property across what is today the Central Business District. He had the misfortune of being mayor when General Andrew Jackson declared martial law and took over the city as the British prepared to invade. In 1. 82. 1 Girod help hatch of plan to rescue Napoleon Bonaparte from exile and the former mayor upgraded his home on Chartres Street to prepare for Napoleon’s arrival.
Napoleon, of course, died before that could happen. Girod himself died inside of that home on Chartres and St. It was preserved over time as an important part of the French Quarter — a historic structure that we all now know as the Napoleon House.?
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Send it to news@La. Politics. com! The office located in downtown Baton Rouge on Main Street is home to the state association staff and operations. It is also used as a location to host fundraisers and special events. A lot of hard work and partnerships went into making the project a success and we are enjoying our new location,” said CEO Norman Morris. For pictures of the renovation and information on the award, click here.
There have been many changes to journalism since Greg first started, and we discuss that as well. But you won't want to miss what he has to say about going through the adoption process for his lovely twin daughters. Is social media changing journalism for the better?
What is it like covering this strange election season? Greg answers all of these questions, plus much more. You’ll get a good laugh from it. As usual, we’ll be sending out an email with a link to the audio tomorrow morning, but you’ll also be able to find it at La. Politics. com. Your Wednesdays have never sounded better! Capitol at the Louisiana State Society’s annual Congressional Reception..
Congressman Ralph Abraham.. Congressman John Fleming.. Campbell Kaufman with Cornerstone Government Affairs.. Rob Hall with Entergy.. Luke Letlow with Abraham's office..
Louisiana State Society President Michelle Cormier Mott.. LSS Vice President Neal Kirby.. LSS Congressional Outreach Director Tyler Hernandez. John Bel Edwards approval 4. Senate race, one has to wonder if this gets political. Bodi White has been appointed to the Senate Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works.— 3rd Congressional District: Greg Ellison has a web video about “my plan to combat ISIS” and another on his 2nd Amendment stance.— 3rd Congressional District: Brett Geymann has received the endorsement of Brenda Des. Ormeaux, a well- known advocate for the pro- life movement in south Louisiana.— 3rd Congressional District: Guz Rantz is up on TV.
Peyton Cole of Bossier City has endorsed Oliver Jenkins.— District Judge Jeff Cox, a candidate in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, has a fundraiser Thursday at 5: 3. Senate: Charles Boustany has been endorsed by the Regular Democratic Organization, a conservative New Orleans- based political organization founded in 1.
Greater New Orleans Republican PAC.— The state GOP’s . Celtic Studios in Baton Rouge.— U. S. Senate: Washington Parish elected officials endorsing John Kennedy include Parish President Ned Thomas, Angie Mayor John Dawsey, Varnado Mayor Paris Sumrall, Parish Council Member Christopher Workman, Bogalusa Councilman at Large Teddy Drummond, Bogalusa City Prosecutor Merlin Duke, School Board Member Eleanor Duke, School Board Member Dewitt Perry, School Board Member John Wyble and Republican Parish Executive Committee Member John Nichols.— RASMUSSEN: A new national telephone and online survey finds that, when given a choice, 6. Congress. That’s down considerably from 7. Just 1. 7 percent would vote to keep the entire Congress, but that’s up from previous surveys.
A sizable 2. 2 percent are not sure.— LOCATION CHANGE: You can still get some good Gonzales grub at Rep. Johnny Berthelot’s annual Bar- B- Que Bash.
But it’ll be in a different location, moving from the flooded Civic Center to the KC Hall on South Irma. Here’s the updated invite.— The 2. Louisiana's community and technical colleges. Collectively, 2. 8,8. This past year also included a record of 1.
The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute are honoring House Speaker Pro Tem Walt Leger, Sen. Ronnie Johns and Kim Carver along with his wife Kristyn with an award ceremony in Washington this week (today and tomorrow) as the 2. Angels in Adoption” awardees.— President Obama has appointed Gov.
Edwards to the Council of Governors. JBE gets a two- year term. Not a bad political gig. Learn about it here.— Congressman Ralph Abraham has introduced HR 6. Cybersecurity Responsibility and Accountability Act,” to set a number of directives for federal agencies to strengthen their cybersecurity protocols. The bill brings a new level of accountability for agency heads that fail to implement the security measures necessary to prevent against cyber attacks.— Gov. Edwards will be the keynote speaker at the Leaders Luncheon hosted by the Istrouma Area Council’s executive board on Oct.
The Louisiana Federation of Teachers is urging voters to support Constitutional Amendment No. Louisiana’s Constitution to eliminate the deductibility of federal income taxes paid in computing a corporation’s Louisiana’s corporate income tax, among other functions.— Baton Rouge attorney Edward J. Harold “Digger” Ritchie have been appointed by the governor to Louisiana Executive Board on Aging.— Deborah B. Randolph, president of the Central Louisiana Regional Chamber of Commerce, has been reappointed to the Louisiana Military Advisory Council.— Carissa J. Graves has been appointed by the governor to the Volunteer Louisiana Commission.— The executive team and board members from LABI had their third annual fly- in last week in Washington. It’s part of a larger focus on federal issues.
They pushed for support for a flooding aid package and followed up on concerns about the controversial new overtime rule. It had the largest attendance to date.— Nearly 1. Medicaid, have received preventative health care services since Medicaid eligibility was expanded on July 1. In addition, more than 3.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced the appointment of Eugene Green and Jonathan Stewart to each serve nine year terms on the New Orleans City Planning Commission.— The LWVLA Voters Guide to the 2. The LMA newsletter? Let us know about it at news@La. Politics. com!***WHAT ARE YOU SEEING OR HEARING OR RECEIVING? Send it to news@La.
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Bernard Le. Bas and Cheryl Michelet— Thursday, 0. Former Rep. Michael Jackson, Alan Boudreaux and Niki Papazoglakis— Friday 0. Rep. Bubba Chaney, former Rep. Ledricka Thierry, Phyllis Darensbourg and Tyler Patrick Gray— Saturday 0. Late U. S. Allen Ellender (1. Brigitte Nieland, Ruth Laney, David Normand, Michell Sellers and Lou Rom— Sunday 0.
Keaton Alford (4- years- old!), Simone Ancelet, Eric Penton, Greg Manion and Stephen Hightower— Monday 0. Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker, Ben Bankston and James Mc. Namara— WHO WE MISSED: Gus Rantz (0. You, your boss or your friend.
We want to know about it. Send your big news to news@La. Politics. com! All students will begin training this fall and prepared to begin new jobs early next year. Sasol launched the Pilot Workforce Scholarship program in partnership with the Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana to help the unemployed and undereducated population in the region who might otherwise be left out of the workforce development pipeline obtain the skills and training needed to get a job with industry. The pilot program provided 5.
Due to the success of the initiative, Sasol and other local companies have contributed additional funds to support more scholarships. Applications are available now for Calcasieu Parish residents, specifically those from the Westlake area, who are interested in getting a job with industry.