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In tightly contested statewide races, it’s sometimes easier to remain non-committal than to speak first and pay later, in some form or fashion. Savvy business folks know that politicians have long memories. “I don’t have any partisan views because I vote in New Orleans,” said Curtis Wilke, a political journalism professor at the University of …

Now that the results of the primaries have set the stage for the general election, with the exception of a couple of matchups set for the August 26th runoff, will the winners of the state’s top two elected posts — and even legislators — be determined by who has more money: trial lawyers or doctors? …