Political blogger and LSU professor Robert Mann wonders aloud about some of the possible dynamics in the 2015 race for Louisiana governor.

Term-limited Gov. Bobby Jindal and Sen. David Vitter are not exactly allies, but how crowded will the Republican side of the field get and will Jindal endorse a Vitter rival? And if a Democrat like state Rep. John Bel Edwards can’t make the runoff, how will Vitter fare against a moderate Republican with state Dem voters serving as the swing vote?

Hmmm indeed.

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