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Best of New Orleans Gambit
Clancy DuBos: Ready, fire, aimHe managed to insult not just Democrats but all Louisiana clerks of court and r
Clancy DuBos: Ready, fire, aim
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 3 days ago
He managed to insult not just Democrats but all Louisiana clerks of court and registrars of voters, Secretary of State Tom Schedler (who, incidentally, also is a Republican), all voters who need a ride to the polls and all election... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
"Ready, fire, aim"He managed to insult not just Democrats but all Louisiana clerks of court and r
"Ready, fire, aim"
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 7 days ago
He managed to insult not just Democrats but all Louisiana clerks of court and registrars of voters, Secretary of State Tom Schedler (who, incidentally, is also a Republican), all voters who need a ride to the polls, and all election... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
3 La. statewide elected officials attending GOP conventionstatewide elected officials will travel to Cleveland next week for the Republic
3 La. statewide elected officials attending GOP convention
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 9 days ago
statewide elected officials will travel to Cleveland next week for the Republican National Convention. Secretary of State Tom Schedler, Attorney General Jeff Landry and Treasurer John Kennedy are planning to attend the party's summer convention... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Forty Secretaries of State from across country holding annual conference in Nashville this weekSecretary of State Denise W. Merrill as the group's new president. Outgoing NA
Forty Secretaries of State from across country holding annual conference in Nashville this week
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 10 days ago
Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill as the group's new president. Outgoing NASS president, Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler, said that "thanks to the hard work of the Tennessee Secretary of State's office and Nashville's strong... Read more
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The Advocate
Group seeks to restore felons’ voting rights“denied the most fundamental right of citizenship.” The lawsuit, which names G
Group seeks to restore felons’ voting rights
The Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
“denied the most fundamental right of citizenship.” The lawsuit, which names Gov. John Bel Edwards and Secretary of State Tom Schedler as defendants, takes aim at a law passed in 1976 that altered the definition of who may vote so that it excludes... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Suit seeks voting rights for felons on parole, probationrights does not extend to those who have been released on parole or probation.
Suit seeks voting rights for felons on parole, probation
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 22 days ago
rights does not extend to those who have been released on parole or probation. Gov. John Bel Edwards and Secretary of State Tom Schedler are named as defendants in the suit. Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material... Read more
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The Advocate
Group files lawsuit seeking to restore voting rights to Louisiana felony offenders on probation, parolecity in Louisiana,” the organization said. The lawsuit, which names Gov. John
Group files lawsuit seeking to restore voting rights to Louisiana felony offenders on probation, parole
The Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
city in Louisiana,” the organization said. The lawsuit, which names Gov. John Bel Edwards and Secretary of State Tom Schedler as defendants, takes aim at a law passed in 1976 that altered the definition of who may vote so that it excludes... Read more
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The Advocate
Group files lawsuit seeking to restore voting rights to Louisiana felony offenders on probation, parolecity in Louisiana,” the organization said. The lawsuit, which names Gov. John
Group files lawsuit seeking to restore voting rights to Louisiana felony offenders on probation, parole
The Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
city in Louisiana,” the organization said. The lawsuit, which names Gov. John Bel Edwards and Secretary of State Tom Schedler as defendants, takes aim at a law passed in 1976 that altered the definition of who may vote in Louisiana to... Read more
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