2016 Qualifying Thread: Day 2 News And Analysis

See Day 1’s post here.

Day 2 of qualifying began this morning. Yesterday saw the qualification of most of your big names running for office. Today is going to be more of a lower key as more no-names decide to enter big races.

Here’s who is in so far with the candidates with the “updated” tag having qualified since this post’s last update.

U.S. Senate

Republicans:
Charles Boustany
Joseph Cao
Donald Crawford -UPDATED
John Fleming
John Kennedy -UPDATED
Charles Marsala -UPDATED
Abhay Patel

Democrats:
Foster Campbell
Derrick Edwards
Caroline Fayard
Gary Landieu
Vinny Mendoza -UPDATED
Peter Williams -UPDATED

Libertarians:
Thomas Clements
Le Roy “Rev” Gillam

No Party:
Troy Hebert
Kaitlin Marone
Arden “Dixiecrat” Wells

3rd Congressional District

Republicans:
Scott Angelle
Bryan Barrilleaux
Greg Ellison
Brett Geymann
Gus Rantz
Grover Rees

Democrats: 
Jacob Hebert
Larry Rader

Libertarian:
Guy McLendon -UPDATED

No Party:
Kenny Scelfo Jr.

4th Congressional District

Republicans:
Trey Baucum
Oliver Jenkins
Rick John

Democrats:
Marshall Jones

No Party:
Mark David Halverson
Kenneth Kreft

Baton Rouge Mayor

Republicans:
Smokie Bourgeois -UPDATED
John Delgado
Bodi White

Democrats:
Sharon Broome
Denise Marcelle
Byron Sharper

No Party:
Darryl Gissel

Other:
Beverly Amador

LA-SEN: Rob Maness campaign manager John Mathis told The Hayride that Maness will qualify tomorrow morning.

LA-03: Clay Higgins is in Cleveland for the GOP convention. We can assume he’ll qualify tomorrow as well.

LA-04: The only big name we’re waiting on is Mike Johnson. He’s still in state so I’m not sure what they’re waiting on.

Baton Rouge Mayor: “Smokie” Bourgeois, despite being outspent $43,000 to $4,800, nearly defeated John Delgado four years ago, so he decided to run against Delgado again. This time for Mayor of Baton Rouge.

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