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Early voting begins in Bossier City

As you watch people come and go from the early voting location at the Bossier City Main Library...
As you watch people come and go from the early voting location at the Bossier City Main Library you soon realize they want to make sure their voices are heard and their votes counted. That’s regardless of trouble with the weather, the post office or long lines on election day.((Source: KSLA))
Updated: Mar. 6, 2021 at 9:09 PM CST
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BOSSIER PARISH, La. (KSLA) - Saturday, Mar. 6, marks the first day of early voting in Bossier City.

One of the major races on the ballot this year is for mayor of the city. The race is between incumbent Mayor Lo Walker and challenger Tommy Chandler.

Mayor Lo Walker is seeking election for a fifth term. He says his campaign focuses on the revitalization of Bossier City.

Opponent Tommy Chandler says he believes in fresh leadership and has goals of improving safety, roads and spending.

If Mayor Walker wins this election, he will be the first mayor to have a fifth term in office. Meanwhile, if Chandler takes the job, this will be the city’s first new mayor in decades.

Early voting ends on Saturday, Mar. 13. To find your voting location please click, here.

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