LaToya Wins in a Landslide Victory!

Building off a campaign that stressed people and building a better and more equitable New Orleans, LaToya Cantrell cruised to an impressive 20 point victory on Saturday, November 18. Although the celebration began early at the Jazz Market, it lasted well into the night, and the biggest

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LaToya Surging Ahead in Fundraising

With just a little more than a week remaining in the campaign, respected political columnist Stephanie Grace says in her latest column that, “Cantrell has now become the juggernaut while Charbonnet lags.” Grace is referring to the latest campaign fundraising reports from the state,

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Troy Henry Endorses LaToya to be Next Mayor

Businessman and mayoral candidate Troy Henry is endorsing LaToya Cantrell to be the next mayor of New Orleans. Henry, who has served in executive leadership for several large corporations as well as owning his own consulting firm (Henry Consulting LLC), says that LaToya is not only the most

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Michael Bagneris Endorses LaToya

Judge Michael Bagneris has endorsed LaToya to be the next mayor of New Orleans. Bagneris, a former judge and a respected public servant, ran a solid mayoral campaign focused on the issues and told a reporter when announced his endorsement, “It wasn’t really a hard choice.”

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LaToya Moves into Run-off: calls for televised debates

Coming off of her impressive victory in Saturday’s election, LaToya Cantrell feels thankful, but is also putting into action her plan for the November 18 run-off, which includes debates.   “I want to thank all of those who supported me and voted for me on Saturday,” LaToya says. “Our

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Louisiana Weekly Endorses LaToya

Calling her the only candidate that “matches current political experience with a deep connection to the neighborhoods and communities of our city,” the venerable Louisiana Weekly newspaper is endorsing LaToya Cantrell for mayor of New Orleans. One of the nation’s oldest

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