John Bel Edwards Talks About Two Special Sessions If Elected Governor
It's anyone's guess as to what will happen in the Louisiana's Governor's Race tomorrow.
Polling this month still shows the top to vote getters as State Representative John Bel Edwards and U.S. Senator David Vitter.
John Bel Edwards spoke to Bernadette Lee and Brandon Comeaux on "Acadiana's Morning News" about his campaign for Governor.
The West Point graduate says one this is for sure, if he is elected Governor of Louisiana, he will call two special legislative sessions, one to deal with this fiscal year's $400 million dollar budget shortfall, and a second one to tackle next fiscal year's projected budget shortfall of about $1 billion dollars.
To hear more about what John Bel Edwards had to say, you can click on the image at the top.