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In the LPSB’s lone runoff race in District 1, candidate Mary Morrison should be a shoo-in, especially given a series of recent social media comments by her competition, “Coach” Don Gagnard.

The Rev. Al Sharpton is slated for a return to Louisiana making a stop Saturday in New Iberia to demand justice in the mysterious death of Victor White III.

His mind so made up long in advance of the “disciplinary hearing,” board President Hunter Beasley slipped up and tried to adjourn the meeting before the vote to fire the superintendent even took place.

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Earl “Nickey” Picard says when the Dec. 6 runoff rolls around to decide who will take his place as Lafayette City Marshal, he won’t be voting for Kip Judice or Brian Pope.

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In one of the few positives to come from Tuesday’s election, Keith Stutes sent his former boss packing from the 15th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

As was widely predicted by pollsters, Sen. Mary Landrieu’s fourth bid for the Senate ended short of victory Tuesday night.

Earl “Nicky” Picard’s 30-year run as Lafayette City Marshal came to an end Tuesday night, but his successor won’t be known until Dec. 6 when challengers Kip Judice and Brian Pope face off in a runoff.

This year’s candidate endorsements from Chris Williams’ political machine, the United Ballot, were released late last week to the residents of Lafayette’s third and fourth political districts.

Twenty-six polling locations in Lafayette Parish have changed since the last election.

There's no doubt, the Lafayette Parish School Board elections are among the most important facing voters as they head to the polls today.

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