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Vote Today: Judges, Sewerage & Water Board Changes on Saturday's Ballot


The rains came Saturday morning, but democracy won't be damped down in New Orleans. Polls are open until 8 p.m., as the Crescent City votes in fall elections. While it might not be a presidential election or even Election Day-proper, New Orleanians have a chance to put their mark on decisions including who will occupy two judicial benches at Tulane and Broad, and a pair of changes to the city charter.


Judge-ment Day

Magistrate Judge Race, Sewerage and Water Board on Saturday's Ballot



There's two days to before the October 19 election. In addition to a pile-up of candndates for Traffic Court Judge, the ballot will also feature candidates for the Criminal District Court Magistrate judgeship. Also on the docket are a pair of City Charter changes, including a measure that would amend the makeup of the Sewerage and Water Board.


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