In the state with probably the most amended constitution in the union, Louisiana voters will be asked again to alter our state charter six more times on Oct. 22.
Qualifying ended at 5 p.m. Thursday. There were few late surprises.
The snapshot of Rep. Jeff Landry circulating in national media outlets reminds us that sometimes a picture is worth a thousand jokes — on you Mr. Landry.
Know thy candidates.
District 3 City-Parish Councilman Brandon Shelvin has a formidable opponent.
“He needs to be held accountable to the voters, and if nobody else will step up, well then obviously I needed to.”
The Oct. 22 ballot for seats on the Lafayette City-Parish Council is growing.
Along with registered lobbyists like Lafayette’s Randy Haynie and former U.S. Rep. Bob Livingston, a slew of high profile individuals appears on a list of people identified as “lobbyists” by the embattled Jefferson Parish landfill company.
LPSB superintendent search may have hit a new snag.
State Reps. Page Cortez and Rickey Hardy, Assessor Conrad Comeaux, House District 44 contender Vince Pierre — each popped into the Lafayette Clerk of Court’s office Tuesday morning to file their papers and pay their fee to run in the upcoming election on Oct. 22.
The former wants its property tax burden lowered; the latter wants a liquor license.
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