about. John Bell Edwards of Louisiana appeals to voters in a conservative position with their positions on abortion and guns. Yet he is still a Democrat, making him vulnerable to a state in which President Trump is popular. He is challenged by Eddie Rispone, a Baton Rouge businessman who has emerged as a runner-up in the nonpartisan primary for the first month.
Mr. Edwards warned that his opponent would return Louisiana for reduced services and budget deficits due in part to his Republican predecessor, Bob Jindal, and that he helped correct it. Mr. Rispone did his campaign to a great extent to align with President Trump and his policies, practically making the election a test of Mr. Trump's influence and the power of partisan beliefs.
About 490,000 people in the country have already cast their votes early. which is about 1
The polls will be open from 8:00 to 21:00. Eastern Saturday, with first results expected shortly after. Other competitions include the Secretary of State and a seat on the State Supreme Court.