Louisiana Democratic Party Executive Director Stephen Handwerk on the election of 2019 with Gov. John Bel Edwards seeking re-election but other statewide races seeing few Democrats challenging GOP incumbents.
Stephen Handwerk, Executive Director of the Louisiana Democratic Party, assesses the midterm elections and the re-election quest of Gov. John Bel Edwards. Ashley Berthelot-Arceneaux, LSU Director of Presidential and Policy Communications, and Zoe Williamson, President of Geaux Vote LSU, preview the Behind the Ballot Symposium at the university.
Louisiana Democratic Party Executive Director Stephen Handwerk on next year’s Louisiana gubernatorial election just 15 months away. Political Strategist Mary Patricia Wray (pictured) of Top Drawer Strategies on Governor John Bel Edwards’ re-election bid and President Trump’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Margalit Fox, longtime obituary writer for the New York Times, comments on her book: “Conan Doyle for the Defense: The True Story of a Sensational British Murder and a Quest for Justice, and the World’s Most Famous Detective Writer.”
Blues Artist Kenny Neal reflects on the legacy of Fats Domino, who died last week in Harvey at age 89. Kenny also discusses turning 60 and his continuing road show with 200 performances this year. Louisiana Democratic Party Executive Director Stephen Handwerk and State Treasurer candidate Derrick Edwards. Edwards was recently endorsed by the Democratic Party in his runoff election against Republican John Schroder. The election is Nov. 18th. Former Broadway Star Tim Federle on his book about his experiences on the New York stage: “Life is Like a Musical, How to Live, Love and Lead Like a Star.”
Stephen Handwerk, Executive Director of the Louisiana Democratic Party, talks about his party's struggle to stay relevant in a red state. Gov. John Bel Edwards is the only Democrat elected to a statewide office in Louisiana.