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Expert Weighs in on Council Runoff Races

Tulane Prof. Discusses How Race, Policy, and Endorsements Will Affect Final Outcomes

Correction appended

Council Districts E and B both left Tuesday's election without a simple-majority winner. In the District E race, former House Representative and serial candidate Austin Badon will face attorney James Gray, while in District B Latoya Cantrell prepares for her showdown with Dana Kaplan.

Mayor Mitch Endorses Cynthia Willard-Lewis in City Council Race

by Dana Bialek

MARIGNY -- With the race for the vacant NOLA-wide seat on the City Council down to two candidates, it's time for political heavyweights to answer the age-old refrain: "Which side are you on?" For Mayor Mitch, that answer seemed to be borne in a past campaign of his own. At the New Orleans Healing Center's Cafe Istanbul, Landrieu stepped up to endorse former state senator Cynthia Willard-Lewis - a political ally who worked for him in 2006 - at an afternoon press conference celebrating the candidate, the  Lord and the City. 

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