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Louisiana Considered: Analyzing voting trends in New Orleans elections

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Ryan Nelsen
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WWNO
Election Day in New Orleans was Nov. 13, 2021, where residents went to the polls to vote for a mayor, city council members and statewide amendments.
  • Patrick Madden and Stephanie Grace hosted this Friday’s episode of Louisiana Considered.
  • Clarus Research Group President Dr. Ron Faucheux breaks down the voter turnout numbers from New Orleans’ mayoral race last weekend.
  • Congressman Troy Carter of New Orleans discusses the Build Back Better bill, which passed in the House of Representatives this morning, and the selection of former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu to spearhead distribution of funds from the federal infrastructure bill signed earlier this week.
Patrick Madden joined WWNO in 2019 as its first-ever Regional News Director, overseeing news reporting at WWNO, as well as our partner station WRKF Baton Rouge. Madden also serves as one of the hosts of Louisiana Considered, and co-hosts Friday's Politics Roundtable on Louisiana Considered with Stephanie Grace, columnist for The Times-Picayune | The Advocate.
Aubry is a reporter, producer and operations assistant in Baton Rouge.