Your guide to voting on amendments this election
BATON ROUGE - The November 4th election is now less than a week away and there is plenty on the ballot, including 14 constitutional amendments. Robert Travis Scott with the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana stopped by 2une In this morning to alleviate some confusion.
"When you walk into that voting both, you need to know how you're going to vote," Scott explains. "You don't want to go in there without any idea".
Scott believes amendments one, two and three or the most important. Click on the video to see him break them down and watch Sunday Journal this week for a more in-depth look. For more information visit the PAR website.
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