Category Archives: Elections

Clyde Holloway Elected Chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission

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(Baton Rouge, LA) Fellow commissioners today elected former congressman and current Louisiana Public Service Commissioner of District IV, Clyde Holloway Read More →

Congressman Abraham Joins Republicans in House

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Along with Senator Bill Cassidy, another physician is sworn in today. This time, it’s for the fifth congressional district which Read More →

Senator Cassidy Sworn in Today

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Louisiana’s new junior U.S. Senator is sworn in today. Bill Cassidy moves from the lower to the upper chamber of Read More →

New Ball Mayor Sworn in Today

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On the local platform, a new mayor takes office in the Town of Ball today. Neil Kavanaugh, who beat out Read More →

Ralph Abraham Chooses Luke Letlow at Chief of Staff

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The new Fifth District Congressman, Doctor Ralph Abraham, has selected Luke Letlow as his chief of staff. He was Abraham’s Read More →

Lots of New Faces in Statewide, Parish Politics

There are a lot of new faces in statewide politics and in Rapides Parish. In three of the biggest races, Read More →

Polls Open at 7am Tomorrow

It may be the first weekend of the holiday season, but tomorrow is Election Day. Polls open at 7am tomorrow Read More →

Early Voting Ends with Almost 5500 Ballots Submitted

Early voting for the upcoming election ended Saturday. The registrar says the final tally was nearly 55-hundred ballots, which is Read More →

Monroe Mayor Attends Local Pastoral Prayer Breakfast

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Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo is in Alexandria this morning for a pastoral prayer breakfast. He’s on the campaign trail for Read More →

Early Voting Begins Tomorrow

Just when you thought it was over, the election season starts up again. Election officials say early voting begins tomorrow, Read More →

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