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Malik/Louisiana Update: Cao (Republican) wins in 2nd District

[Update: Dec 6th at 11:52pm. On the Secretary of State’s web-site, it is called as 100% of precincts reporting, with Cao as the winner by 3%!] Malik seems to be holding steady at 3% (which may become bigger with certified results, because often pollworkers do not bother calling in third party numbers on election night.) […]

Malik Update: 10:46pm (53% reporting. Malik at 3%. Rep ahead)

In the Congressional race for Louisiana, 2nd District (New Orleans), with fifty three percent of districts reporting: Joseph Cao (Republican) at 53% [yup, same as percent reporting] William Jefferson (Democrat/incumbent) at 43% Malik Rahim (Green Party) at 3% Gregory Kahn (Libertarian) at 1% — Also…at 10:49 pm for Congress, 4th District in Louisiana: Paul Carmouche […]

Background story on Louisiana 2nd and 4th Congressional race

Thanks to Roger at www.greenforgreens.org for the tip: http://www.apnews.com/ap/db_6416/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=lAtII5Eo&src=cat&dbid=6416&dbname=Elections

Malik Update: 9:52pm (4 percent reporting, Rep ahead)

In the Louisiana race for Congress, 2nd District, at 9:53 pm, the Secretary of State’s office reports: Four percent of precincts reporting: Joseph Cao (Rep) at 56% William Jefferson (Dem/incumbent) at 39% Malik Rahim (Green Party) at 4% Gregory Kahn (Libertarian) at 1%

Malik: French language blog gives a boost…with just hours to go

KW: Below is an article from Marian’sBlog.  I can’t understand all the French. Though, I think this article is steered toward helping Malik, as an underdog candidate, by mentioning him, and mentioning William Jefferson’s corruption charges. And, I think it ignores the Republican or the Libertarian as a choice. The article praises Malik’s work after […]

Take Action for Malik: Demand that media cover Congressional race fairly

Quick Action! Write to the Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

Voting FAQ for Louisiana, 2nd District Congress/3rd District State Senate

Update: 12/7/08: Anh “Joseph” Cao (Republican) won. Malik Rahim  got at least 3%.  The update on Wilderside is: here. More info on voting at bottom and in article: here 2008 Early voting in Louisiana is over! (It was Tuesday, Nov. 18th to Tuesday, Nov. 25th) Greens around the country have been focused on ways to […]