Turbulent summer mars Louisiana capital’s mayoral race

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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — After a turbulent summer of bloodshed, racial tensions and catastrophic flooding, Louisiana’s capital will elect a new mayor to lead a city emerging from some of its darkest days. The turmoil in Baton Rouge has shaped the race and raised its stakes, yet the mayoral election remains an afterthought for […]
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