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The presidential candidates dominated the news cycles in recent days with pivotal primaries in Nevada and South Carolina this weekend. Here, in Louisiana, voting began on a smaller scale on Saturday (2.20). In Orleans Parish, four locations, including City Hall, are open for early voting all week.

Early Voting Begins Today

Louisiana’s “jungle primary” means that citizens will likely have to wait several months until they know who their next governor is. However, the election finally begins today. For those who don't want to wait until October 24th to cast a ballot, early voting begins today in Orleans Parish. Four locations, including City Hall, are open. 

Poll-itics: Landrieu, Cassidy Push as Early Voting Begins

After the Louisiana’s jungle primary resulted in a December 6 runoff election, the talking heads were quick to prognosticate about what the second election meant for incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu. However, pundits and polls are no replacement for actual voting. On Saturday (11.23,) early voting began in the next round.

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