The Governor's race is heating up. As we approach the October 12 primary, the three major candidates vying to become the state's chief executive, and their supporters, have flooded the airwaves with their pitches to Louisiana voters.
And claims about the economy are front-and-center.
With candidates referencing their own economic statistics and offering conflicting outlooks, it can be hard for voters to know what to think.
On this week's Capitol Access, Greg Albrecht, chief economist of Louisiana's Legislative Fiscal Office, provides some non-partisan context.