Edwards received about 51% of the vote.
Louisiana Republican Gubernatorial candidate Eddie Rispone leaves the stage as U.S. president Donald Trump watches during a "Keep America Great" rally in Bossier City, Louisiana on November 14, 2019.
"So you got to give me a big win, please. OK? OK?"
The Democrat highlighted his bipartisan work with the majority-GOP state Legislature to end years of budget crises, pass the first K-12 statewide teacher raise in a decade and overhaul criminal sentencing laws.
President Trump suffered another setback in the South on Saturday. In between those trips, Trump traveled to Alabama to attend the University of Alabama and Louisiana State University football game.
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"I do not agree with what Rispone advocates", she said.
"We have nothing to be ashamed of", he told supporters, and thanked Trump for campaigning for him in the state. Since the Democratic candidates aren't giving the media much hope for 2020, the media is anxious for signs that Trump's popularity is declining. "It's been a campaign fairly free of policy proposals and focused mostly on his allegiance to Donald Trump and banking on the fact that Louisiana is a red state", Pearson Cross, political science professor at University of Louisiana in Lafayette, said in a telephone interview.
The president decried Edwards as a "radical leftist" in the lead up to the election. The Republicans will hold 26 of the governorships and the Democrats 24. There's a strong black vote there, but also a university and some residual Democratic loyalty in a city with unionized petrochemical plants and casinos chockablock with service workers.
"As we look at the impeachment hearings that just started Wednesday, and as you might imagine, there's an impeachment effect". It pains me to say this doesn't describe a path for, say, an Elizabeth Warren victory in Louisiana.
Despite the state siding with Trump by 20 points in 2016 over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Pelican state elected a Democrat in 2015 when Edwards defeated David Vitter, a scandal-tarred Republican seeking to follow the unpopular Bobby Jindal, 56% to 44%.
"What he said was he'd be made to look bad whether he came in the state or not".