The governor's race in Louisiana back in 2015 was decided because the Republican candidate, David Vitter, opted not to debate in one of the opening debates of the race. He never recovered. Eventually, Vitter lost to Democrat John Bel Edwards. In hindsight, the citizens of Louisiana cut off their nose to spite the face as Louisiana has been driven even further into the ground by Edwards' administration, slipping to last place in GDP of the Gulf Coastal states.I really hope they have an empty podium on the stage for her. Her consultants are really doing her a disservice because I can guarantee the rest of the candidates will basically take the opportunity to pick her apart and she won't be there to defend it or return the favor.
http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/news/20180417/editorial-spike-in-violent-crimes-this-year-is-troublingThat’s why we’re not quite sure what to conclude from our report Sunday on the dramatic increase in gun-related crimes and other violent crimes in Tuscaloosa in the first three months of this year compared with the first quarter of 2017. Violent crimes such as shootings, stabbings, assaults and sexual assaults nearly doubled, jumping from 58 to 113. Gun-related crimes alone also nearly doubled, from 20 to 39.
The Democratic debate last night was a little more lively than the last couple. I think Walt Maddox is emerging as the front runner. Sue Bell Cobb is running behind him and Representative Fields in third in my opinion. Can either Maddox or Cobb dethrone the GOP? You can catch up and or watch if you so desire.
Now we have elected state government officials publicly gossiping about the Governor's personal life.
Very rich coming from Todd of all people.
Unless she's been very outspoken one way or the other about LGBT stuff....why am I supposed to care about whether or not she's gay?