The Baton Rouge Battle Royale: Louisiana Elections 2015 - By Nick Blazer, Manager, Social Media Services | 4 contenders are competing for the top executive position. Will one stand victorious in the Oct. primary?

The Baton Rouge Battle Royale: Louisiana Elections 2015 - By Nick Blazer, Manager, Social Media Services

GLE 33. Analyze how the democratic process has been used to institute change in Louisiana (C-1B-M5)Just how did the election of 1860 change Louisiana. First it all began in January of 1861. As I search through my huge Louisiana history jump drive I came across things that I have used successfully and want other students to get to try they out.

LOUISIANA - Election of 1860

GLE 33. Analyze how the democratic process has been used to institute change in Louisiana (C-1B-M5)Just how did the election of 1860 change Louisiana. First it all began in January of 1861. As I search through my huge Louisiana history jump drive I came across things that I have used successfully and want other students to get to try they out.

An easy shrimp etouffe recipe that is packed with flavor! Serve over rice for mardi gras or a family dinner! |GrowingUpGabel.com

Make a traditional cajun shrimp etouffee recipe from New Orleans, Louisiana. A creamy etouffee gravy is served with shrimp over rice.

A top priority of liberal billionaire George Soros is to enlarge the U.S. electorate by 10 million voters by 2018, according to leaked documents.    The plan to grow the electorate by millions of vot

Stop Operation Soros (SOS): Massive Movement To Overthrow George Soros Explodes In Macedonia

A Louisiana elected official once said "the flag of Texaco flies over the Louisiana State Capitol." Right now that flag is flapping in the face of every citizen.

Restoring Louisiana's Coast Will Require Restoring Its Democracy -- Governor Jindal Is Trying to Undermine Both

A Louisiana elected official once said "the flag of Texaco flies over the Louisiana State Capitol." Right now that flag is flapping in the face of every citizen.

Pierre Caliste Landry (19 April 1841-22 December 1921), a former slave, was elected Mayor of Donaldsonville in 1868, he became the first African American mayor in the United States. He is also credited with the founding of St. Peter’s Methodist Church in Donaldsonville. Landry went on to win election to both the Louisiana House of Representatives and the Louisiana State Senate.

Super Man Monday: 10 Amazing Things About America’s First Elected Black Mayor - Your Black World

11/22/15  5:21p  Dem Win Governorship Sick Of Bobby Jindal, Tired of David Vitter, Louisiana Elects Democratic Governor  politicususa.com

Sick Of Bobby Jindal, Tired of David Vitter, Louisiana Elects Democratic Governor

11/17/13  A Louisiana election that would have diverted library funding to jails was defeated Saturday. Lafourche Parish Council Chair Lindel Toups, referring to a Spanish-language section of one of the libraries,“ Let that son of a bitch go back to Mexico. There’s just so many things they’re doing that I don’t agree with." Laura Sanders, director of the library system, says the jail is in a deplorable state but the library shouldn't foot the bill for construction & 30 yrs of operation.

Libraries win over jails in Louisiana election

11/17/13 A Louisiana election that would have diverted library funding to jails was defeated Saturday. Lafourche Parish Council Chair Lindel Toups, referring to a Spanish-language section of one of the libraries,“ Let that son of a bitch go back to Mexico. There’s just so many things they’re doing that I don’t agree with." Laura Sanders, director of the library system, says the jail is in a deplorable state but the library shouldn't foot the bill for construction & 30 yrs of operation.

Long Time Coming: Louisiana elects first Black Chief Justice of State Supreme Court

Spelman History is Black History: Judge Bernette Joshua Johnson, -- On February Judge Johnson was sworn in as Louisiana Supreme Court's first black chief justice.

Newly-elected Gibsland police chief arrested - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

CNN's AC 360 to feature Alfred Wright case - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul need more constitutional conservative allies in the U.S. Senate.  And that is why we need Conservative Republican Rob Maness to win the upcoming U.S. Senate election in Louisiana. http://us8.campaign-archive2.com/?u=bbf02ce69b92dd5b8b543a078&id=c961cc8358

Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul need more constitutional conservative allies in the U.S. Senate. And that is why we need Conservative Republican Rob Maness to win the upcoming U.S. Senate election in Louisiana. http://us8.campaign-archive2.com/?u=bbf02ce69b92dd5b8b543a078&id=c961cc8358

Yard #Sign Displayed to #Boaters Along #Tchefuncte #River - https://www.minds.com/PeterEgan - #Innovative #Campaign #Strategy by @PeterEgan on behalf of Mark Wright, legislator-elect for #Louisiana #State #Legislature District 73. #politics #Louisiana #Tchefuncte #political #election #egan #peteregan

Yard #Sign Displayed to #Boaters Along #Tchefuncte #River - https://www.minds.com/PeterEgan - #Innovative #Campaign #Strategy by @PeterEgan on behalf of Mark Wright, legislator-elect for #Louisiana #State #Legislature District 73. #politics #Louisiana #Tchefuncte #political #election #egan #peteregan

RIP, Lindy Boggs — a true trailblazer who passed away July 27, 2013 at age 97. She was the first woman from Louisiana elected to the House and a strong champion of women’s rights, fighting for equal pay and the prohibition of sex discrimination. Lindy also fought for racial justice, and was the only white member of Congress representing a black-majority district when she retired. Read more about her remarkable life: http://nyti.ms/16cW4PR

Lindy Boggs, Longtime Representative and Champion of Women, Is Dead at 97

RIP, Lindy Boggs — a true trailblazer who passed away July 27, 2013 at age 97. She was the first woman from Louisiana elected to the House and a strong champion of women’s rights, fighting for equal pay and the prohibition of sex discrimination. Lindy also fought for racial justice, and was the only white member of Congress representing a black-majority district when she retired. Read more about her remarkable life: http://nyti.ms/16cW4PR

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