Edwards vs. Vitter Nov. 21

Edwards vs. Vitter Nov. 21

Voters in Central will go to the polls Nov. 21 to help choose a Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, and member of the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.  Even though Central has very little on the ballot, it is an historic election, which will bring to a close the Jindal Administration.

Central has a history of voting for conservative Republicans, but how it will vote next Saturday is unclear. Central’s first and second choices for Governor — Scott Angelle and Jay Dardenne — failed to make the statewide runoff.

Neither Sen. David Vitter nor Rep. John Bel Edwards did well in the first primary in Central.

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell, who won 60 percent from Central in the primary, is also in a runoff.

Kathy Edmonston, who won 49 percent in Central in her quest for BESE, is in a runoff with Jason Engen.

Voters parishwide will vote on a proposition to give Central a portion of Industrial Area taxes.

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