The GOP has gained ground in Louisiana after winning three runoff elections for attorney general, treasurer, and secretary of state on Saturday. The GOP candidates in all three races won their respective elections with at least 65 percent of the state’s vote, according to Just the News.
For example, the Republican candidate for attorney general, Liz Murrill, was winning through election night against her Democratic opponent, Lindsey Cheek, “by slightly more than 2 to 1,” according to political analyst Clancy DuBos.
A similar pattern was seen across all three of Saturday’s runoff elections. DuBos pointed out there were small pockets with a “high concentration of African American voters” that went for the Democrat candidates in each race.
DuBos expanded on this point, demonstrating