Don’t prepare to spend your weekend JUST binge-watching shows and finalizing Christmas lists, because the runoff election for Louisiana Secretary of State happens this Saturday. After contending in a filled upfield of candidates across the local spectrum, there are now two who officially challenge for the position left open by the resignation of Tom Schedler: […]
After losing his race in Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District, Justin Dewitt returned to work, only to be fired from his job for political reasons.
Yesterday, the 2018 midterm elections came to a breathtaking conclusion as huge numbers of voters headed to the polls. While Republicans and President Trump supporters fought to keep their grip on the House and Senate, Democrats hoped to form a “blue wave” to take over one or both.
Judicial Candidate Marie Williams discusses the importance of a judicial candidate who works to make family court less frightening in an interview with Big Easy.
The upcoming November 6th midterm elections are important. Citizens who vote YES on amendment 2 are voting to end nonunanimous juries in Louisiana. A future in Louisiana with unanimous juries will allow citizens to better defend their innocence.
Demario Davis of the New Orleans Saints advocates for social justice in addition to playing linebacker for the Black and Gold.
As a progressive magazine, we want to ensure that every voter understands what it is they are voting for. With that in mind, here are the proposed amendments.
This week, in honor of the electoral battle for the House of Representatives, Big Easy Magazine took a look at the Congressional race for Louisiana’s First District.
Louisiana is one of two states that allows non-unanimous jury convictions, and the Big Easy editorial board believes it is time to end this practice.
Belden Batiste is running against incumbent Cedric Richmond in Louisiana’s 2nd congressional district, and he took time out from campaigning to sit down with Big Easy Magazine.
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