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Republican Party Endorses Jr. Shelton for Mayor of Central

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed Central Mayor Jr. Shelton for reelection in the Nov. 6 election. The announcement came from Sen. Dan Claitor, Endorsement Chairman for the Nov. 6 election. Claitor said Shelton has distinguished himself by his unblemished record of honesty and integrity and his refusal to raise taxes. […]

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Trump Leaders Say Kim Powers Is Staunch Republican, Trump Supporter

I am writing this in my capacity as State Chairman for Donald Trump and Chairman of the Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish. The publication Central Speaks has written some very misleading things about Kim Powers, a Republican candidate for Central City Council at-Large. Even though the owner Dave Freneaux had the correct information […]

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The Flyer: What’s True and What Isn’t

Earlier this year when David Barrow began testing the waters for a possible race this fall against his former boss, Central Mayor Jr. Shelton, the rumor mills began cranking up. People were talking about a series of criminal accusations against Barrow that spanned more than a decade. Many said Barrow would never run because of […]

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Why Candidates Refuse to Respond to Candidate Freneaux’s Questions

Central City Council candidate Dave Freneaux has paid to mail his publication Central Speaks to every household in Central every week or two for the past eight years. He ran for Mayor four years ago and lost. In June of this year, he qualified to run for the Central City Council from District 3 on […]

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If Mayor Dies or Goes To Jail, Mayor Pro-Tem Becomes New Mayor

Under Louisiana law, if the Mayor of a city resigns, dies or is convicted of a felony, he is removed from office and succeeded by the Mayor Pro-Tem of the city. Mayor candidate David Barrow was arrested in April 2017 in connection with a forged signature on a city contract. District Attorney Hillar Moore told […]

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Dave Freneaux Angling to Be Mayor Pro-Tem On January 1

The controversial editor who is running for City Council in District 3 Nov. 6 has more than good government in mind when he attacks candidates running for the City Council in other districts, several Council candidates said this week. Dave Freneaux, editor of Central Speaks, is backing a slate of candidates for the City Council […]

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Four Years of Gridlock If Freneaux Slate Wins?

If Central Mayor Jr. Shelton is reelected but Council candidate and Central Speaks editor Dave Freneaux is successful in electing a majority of the City Council, city government could be in gridlock for the next four years. At least that is the assessment of Mayor Shelton and several candidates running for City Council in the […]

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One Candidate for Mayor Did Not Respond To Questions Posed by Republican Party

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has released copies of candidate questionnaires returned by candidates for Mayor of the City of Central. Candidates’ answers are considered by the East Baton Rouge Republican Parish Executive Committee in making its endorsements. Completing the party’s questionnaire is a prerequisite to being endorsed in contested races. Sen. […]

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Five Kinds of Bad Jurors Warrant a ‘No’

The most important proposition on the Nov. 6, 2018 ballot is Amendment No. 2 to require unanimous juries in all felony cases. Unanimous juries are already required in capital cases, but 10 of 12 jurors is what is required to convict or acquit a criminal defendant charged with 2nd degree murder, rape, armed robbery, and […]

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2014 Debate Rigged When Dave Freneaux Wrote Questions, Planted with Moderator

Despite strict rules that the questions asked the candidates for Mayor of Central at the March 6, 2014 televised debate be kept confidential, mayoral candidate Dave Freneaux not only knew in advance some of the questions that would be asked but actually wrote those questions himself. The fact that Freneaux wrote some of the questions […]

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Repeal the Second Amendment! Says Democratic State Chairman

Controversy has been swirling around the chairman of the Louisiana Democratic Party as a result of her call for the repeal of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. For advocates of the right to keep and bear, nothing could be more controversial. The Democratic official, Sen. Karen Carter Peterson, is not only state party […]

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Analyzing Mayor Jr. Shelton’s Donors

A few months ago, out of an abundance of caution, Mayor Jr. Shelton returned a number of campaign contributions because he was unsure if he could accept the donors’ contributions. Then he realized he needed an attorney’s advice on what was and was not legal. So he consulted an attorney and decided to follow his […]

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Central Police Department Growing

Central Police Chief James Salsbury speaks with justifiable pride on the improvements he has made in the department over the past four years — with the support of Central Mayor Jr. Shelton and the Central City Council. When Chief Salsbury took over in 2014, the force was small and had assumed very few responsibillities for […]

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Endorsements for U. S. Congress, Mayor, Police Chief, City Council

In this edition of the Central City News, we are proud to endorse the following candidates: Congress – 6th District Garret Graves (R) Mayor of Central Jr. Shelton (R) Police Chief James Salsbury (R) Central Council at Large (vote for two) Wayne Messina (R) Kim Powers (R) District 1 Charles Habig (D) or Aaron Moak […]

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Pros and Cons of Const’l Amendments

When voters go to the polls on Nov. 6, 2018, they may be surprised to find they have a lot more to vote on besides the candidates running for statewide and local offices. Also included are six proposed statewide Constitutional amendments and one proposition, which will be on the ballot only in East Baton Rouge […]

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