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

On Nov. 8, voters across the country will cast their votes for the next president. Here, tes…

Voters in Louisiana know they can vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Tru…

Secretary of State Tom Schedler, a Republican and Louisiana’s chief election officer, says v…


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):

The top five candidates for the U.S. Senate clashed Tuesday night over the Affordable Care A…


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6

Less than two years ago 6th District U.S. Rep. Garret Graves won his first elected office wh…


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2

On paper, a race between a sitting congressman and the mayor of one of the state's largest c…


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3

For the past 80 years one of the mandatory stops for wannabe politicians in Acadiana is the…

 


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1

As the number three leader in U.S. House leadership, Steve Scalise is the most powerful memb…

 


CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

Louisiana voters this fall will decide whether college systems can boost their own tuition r…

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If there’s one thing the five candidates vying to finish out the remainder of the late Amos …

Testy barbs and a legal challenge over the veracity of one candidate's ads have roiled the t…

Voters in New Orleans will not be overwhelmed on Nov. 8 by the number of options available t…

The four veteran law enforcement officers running to be Slidell's next police chief have ple…

A race for a St. John the Baptist Parish judgeship has proved to be a heated one, with an an…

Tuesday's election to complete the term of retired Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Ju…

Few breakups play out as publicly — or as bitterly — as that between Ed Quatrevaux, the New …

The candidates seeking to become Kenner's next mayor are all recognizable to voters. Three a…

The Nov. 8 race for a seat on the Kenner City Council pits one candidate seeking a second ch…

For the past 20 months, the politics in Pearl River have been as placid as the town's namesa…

Covington voters will decide Nov. 21 whether to extend a 1-cent sales tax first adopted in 1…