In the Nov. 8 general election, voters will choose a new president, a new senator from Louisiana and much more.

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PRESIDENT

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U.S. SENATE

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U.S. Senate candidates met Thursday night at LSU on coastal restoration policy. From left to right, John Fleming, R-Minden; Rob Maness, R-Madisonville; Caroline Fayard, D-New Orleans; Charles Boustany, R-Lafayette; and Foster Campbell, D-Bossier City.

While 24 candidates qualified in July to replace departing U.S. Sen. David Vitter, several candidates have emerged as the leading contenders (click each highlighted name for a candidate profile; more will be added):

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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6

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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2

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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3

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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1

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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

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