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What to do: The Louisiana State Board of Elections (LSBO) has announced that it will hold a special election for the state’s congressional seats on November 6.

The date has not been set for a formal announcement.

It’s expected to be held at 10am ET.

If you are eligible, you can vote at the polling place in Baton Rouge.

The LBSO is a nonpartisan state agency that provides elections services and conducts elections in Louisiana.

The LSBO has also announced that in order to be eligible to vote, you must be: 18 years of age or older; physically present at the voting site; eligible to cast a ballot in the district; have a driver’s license or state ID; have the funds available to pay for your ballot; and be at least 21 years old.

It will be the second special election held this year, and the third in the US for a U.S. House seat.

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Who’s running?

Representative Mike Simpson, who represents Louisiana’s 23rd district, is the front-runner for the Republican nomination.

His campaign has not yet announced which candidates will be running for his seat.

Simpson has served in the House since 2011, and he’s also served as a Louisiana state senator.

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Who has been endorsed?

Democrat Greg Boucher, who has been the Louisiana governor since 2003, is backed by the Democratic Governors Association and the American Federation of Teachers.

Boucher has said that he supports the president’s executive actions on immigration, but he also said that President Trump needs to respect the results of the election.

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What are the key issues?

Louisiana’s governor has been outspoken on his support for the president.

Bouchers administration has also been critical of Trump’s actions on border security and trade.

Bouches administration has been accused of supporting the Ku Klux Klan, as well as the white nationalist groups Identity Evropa and Stormfront.

Bouchs administration has come under fire from some in the state for failing to prosecute anyone who supported the group in 2016.

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Where can I vote?

In Louisiana, there are two ways to vote: at the Baton Rouge polling station and by mail ballot.

You can vote in person at the state capitol, or by mail in person in Baton Rogue, the city of Baton Rouge, and some rural areas.

You should also vote by absentee ballot, which is available at your local polling station.

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What is the Republican Party?

Louisiana is one of seven states that are home to the Republican party.

The state’s constitution is a set of rules for governing the state.

In order to vote and participate in elections, you need to be a citizen of Louisiana and meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the constitution.

You must also have a Louisiana driver’s licence, or state identification card.

You may also be required to register to vote at your polling place.

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What’s the latest?

As of Tuesday, the polls closed in the Louisiana congressional districts that will be contested.

Here’s what we know so far: Louisiana’s congressional districts will be decided by a three-person district with a Republican majority.

In the first three districts, Republican Congressman Paul Broun will hold on to his seat, and Democratic Congressman Jocelyn Garcia will be challenged.

The race will be close in the next three districts.

Louisiana’s Democratic representative, Republican Representative Eric Gondreau, will hold his seat against Republican incumbent Democrat Paul LaFalce.

The Democratic candidate for the US Senate, Democrat Mary Landrieu, will face Republican incumbent Senator Bill Cassidy in a special Senate election to fill her seat.