The Tulane Hullabaloo

Who should I vote for?

September 28, 2019

As governor, policies matter, but so does persona. Edwards is known for his ability to work across party lines with Republicans in Louisiana legislative seats and was himself minority leader in the Louisiana House before runn...

The policies

September 28, 2019

Despite the seemingly failed strategic efforts of the GOP, it remains important to point out the policies on which the candidates are running.Regarding the social issues that have dominated national attention, all three ca...

The jungle primary

September 28, 2019

Though Louisiana is a deeply red state that voted for President Trump by 20 points in 2016, the gubernatorial election is conducted as a “jungle primary,” a system unique to Louisiana. In this primary, all candidate...

The candidates

September 28, 2019

The incumbent governor, Democrat John Bel Edwards, succeeded Bobby Jindal in 2015 to break the Republican trifecta in the state. Edwards is a lawyer and an army veteran who previously held a seat in the Louisiana State Legislat...

Chloe Fontaine

Chloe Fontaine

September 18, 2019

Shea Dobson

September 18, 2019

Shea (he, him, his) is a senior from Louisville, Kentucky. He is studying political science and theater. If he were a soup, he’d be Italian wedding soup. Contact Shea at [email protected]

Jon Marks

September 18, 2019

Jon (he, him, his) is a junior from Arnaudville, Louisiana. He is studying English. If he were a soup, he’d be asparagus and fish soup so no one would eat him. Contact Jon at [email protected]

Maiya Tate

Maiya Tate

September 18, 2019

Emily Buttitta

Emily Buttitta

September 18, 2019

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