Election Results Louisiana

October 23, 2011 by staff 

Election Results LouisianaElection Results Louisiana, The results of the elections in Louisiana: Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has won reelection to a second term, reports The New York Times. Jindal was a shoe-in to win reelection as governor of Louisiana do not face serious competition for the position. Jindal, who faced nine candidates for governor of Louisiana, you need 50 percent or more of the votes to win reelection.

According to a survey of the WWL-TV, Jindal’s victory in elections in Louisiana was almost a given. Jindal received 57 percent of the vote in the poll from the WWL-TV of 602 likely voters in the elections in Louisiana. As quoted in, Dr. Ron Faucheux said the governor “Jindal is politically very good shape right now. You are about to win reelection in a landslide victory.” Faucheux oversaw WWL-TV poll.

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Jindal received 68.3 percent of the vote in elections in Louisiana. Tara Hollis took second place with 16.7 percent of the vote. Bloomberg Businessweek published these figures to 19 percent of the voting precinct reports.

“I will use every day, every hour of the next four years to make Louisiana the best we can be,” said Jindal supporters, quoted in The New York Times. “I do not believe in the rest of our past achievements. Do not believe in taking time off,” said Jindal.

Almost two weeks before the election, Jindal was approved by the Ouachita Citizen. “In addition to improving the reputation of Louisiana here at home and around the country, the most significant contribution since Jindal took office in January 2008 – from our point of view – refers to the hard line he has taken on not to raise taxes to boost demand for more and mistaken largest government, “the editorial said.

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