Columnist Stephanie Grace gives her take on the upcoming Supreme Court vacancy battle. Randy Hayden discusses his fight for smoke free music cities. Jody Hanet and Sam Trevathan on the Kid’s Orchestra’s virtual learning opportunities.
Stephanie Grace on the Supreme Court vacancy
Randy Hayden and Jody Hanet/Sam Trevathan wrap up the 09-23-2020 show
Advocate Columnist Stephanie Grace comments on how national politics is shaping the political environment with Senator John Kennedy leading the charge for President Trump. Darlene Adams Rowland of BREADA previews the screening of the award-winning documentary film “The Biggest Little Farm” Sunday at the Manship Theatre.
The Louisiana governor's race is too close to call as it enters its final week. National political analysts have described the race as a toss-up and local polling shows incumbent John Bel Edwards and GOP challenger Eddie Rispone neck-and-neck as they make their final pitches to voters.
On this week's Capitol Access, Stephanie Grace, columnist for The New Orleans Advocate joins the program to discuss the race.
As Hurricane Barry was developing in the Gulf of Mexico, so was the race for governor in Louisiana. In light of the storm, Governor John Bel Edwards officially postponed a campaign bus tour across the state. And one of his opponents, Republican congressman Ralph Abraham, followed suit, putting his campaign on pause.
But the lines between natural disasters and politics can be delicate in Louisiana.
Advocate Columnist Stephanie Grace looks at the gubernatorial field a week before qualifying with Eddie Rispone and Ralph Abraham vying to make a runoff against incumbent John Bel Edwards, who hopes to win in the Oct. 12 primary. National Review Roving Correspondent Kevin Williamson reflects on his contention that the left side of the political spectrum is poisoned by political correctness. Tiger Rag Editor James Moran and Assistant Editor Tyler Nunez report on their story that LSU Athletics will no longer contribute to the coffers to the academic side of the university. More than 66 million dollars have been transferred in the last decade.