Louisiana voters approved a constitutional amendment Tuesday to strengthen gun possession rights in the state.
Melvin "Kip" Holden easily defeated three challengers Tuesday to win a third term as Mayor-President of Baton Rouge.
Holden won with 60 percent of the vote. Mayor Pro Tem Mike Walker, Holden's toughest competitor in the race, came in a distant second with only 34 percent.
Conservative author, radio show host and political commentator Michael Medved explains why he thinks President Obama will lose the election. LSU professor Bob Mann feels Mitt Romney will be the loser.
Louisiana voters will decide Tuesday on nine state constitutional amendments.
Amendment Two seeks to change Louisiana's regulations of firearms. If passed, Louisiana would have the strongest Second Amendment protection in the nation.
Sure protecting the right to bear arms may look good on paper, but is that all this amendment will do?
Democrat former state lawmaker Melissa Flournoy and Republican Cuban immigrant Humberto Fontova share differing views on who should be elected President. Former LSU professor, author and NPR commentator Andrei Codrescu also weighs in.