Today's Rundown: As election nears, a new poll, back-to-back debates and what does early voting tell us? _lowres

Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, left, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, and state Rep. John Bel Edwards participate in the Louisiana Governor's Debate held by Louisiana Public Broadcasting at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Student Union Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, in Lafayette, La. (Paul Kieu/The Daily Advertiser via AP)

Today in The Rundown: Single digits in the countdown to election day; another poll on the governor’s race; .

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Countdown…
Days until the 2015 primary election day: 9
Days until the runoff (as needed): 37
Days until the Iowa caucuses:
109

Early voting is underway.

Where in the world is Gov. Bobby Jindal? Gov. Jindal is campaigning in Iowa this week.

The News

LA Gov: Three of the four major candidates for governor debated in Lafayette Wednesday night. http://bit.ly/1PhnLi5

Poll: A new poll out from Raycom-owned stations in Louisiana predicts John Bel Edwards and David Vitter are heading to a runoff for governor. http://bit.ly/1VT7MWH

Film incentives: Variety, an L.A.-based publication that focuses on the entertainment industry, has a story out in its latest issue that looks at caps the state Legislature placed on the film incentives here. http://bit.ly/1VTfOid

Treasurer: Kennedy and Treadway face off in state treasurer’s race. http://bit.ly/1VTflBQ

Voting: A political analyst looked at voting half-way through the early voting period and overall turnout. http://bit.ly/1VTfuVX

LA Lege: State Sen. Jack Donahue doesn’t have an election opponent, but he has some new bumper stickers he’s giving out. http://bit.ly/1PgVwAc

Coming up

Today: Gubernatorial candidates take part in a state-wide televised debate from the campus of Louisiana Tech University. You can follow along live with The Advocate.

At the Capitol

Today: Interim Emergency Board meets at 9:30 a.m.; the State Bond Commission meets at 10 a.m., and the task force on campus sexual assault meets at 10:30 a.m. You can watch each of them online via the Legislature’s website.

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