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The U.S Senate debate put on by Raycom television stations Wednesday night tried valiantly to be a civil, civic discourse.

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The time for early voting in Louisiana has ended and as of Tuesday at midnight, the numbers have surpassed previous early voting. Meg Casper, Press Secretary for Secretary of State Tom Schedler, says more than 437,000  of Louisiana's three million voters voted early across the state. And that’s not including yesterday’s turnout. 

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Congressman Cedric Richmond and Baton Rouge Mayor-President Kip Holden met Monday at a Baton Rouge Press Club forum. The two Democrats are running to represent Louisiana’s 2nd congressional district, which runs from New Orleans, up the River Parishes to North Baton Rouge. 

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With 24 candidates in Louisiana’s U.S. Senate race, you might expect it to be a barnburner, but U-L Lafayette political science professor Pearson Cross says, “This is the most under-the-radar Senate race that I can remember.”

Cross says he has to blame it on the presidential election.

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“I think everybody wants to keep movies in Louisiana, just at a lower cost,” says frequent critic of the film incentive program, Louisiana Budget Project director Jan Moller.

But the cap on film tax credits, passed by the Legislature in 2015, has created a drought for Hollywood South.