Early voting begins Oct. 25 for the Nov. 8 election, when voters will choose a new president, a new senator from Louisiana and much more.
Will be updated with more coverage.
SAMPLE BALLOTS AND MORE VOTING INFORMATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE
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):
- U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany, Republican
- Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell, Democrat
- Attorney Caroline Fayard, Democrat
- U.S. Rep. John Fleming, Republican
- State Treasurer John Kennedy, Republican
- Rob Maness, Republican
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