In one corner, you have the following.
In the other corner, you have what the wealthy white plutocrats listed above and their allies in local media refer to as a "corrupt machine" because that is how you dogwhistle in New Orleans politics. Like we've been saying all along, this is 2002 all over again. I think the result is likely to be similar as well.
Meanwhile, here's the show we recorded this week. It expands on the above points. Sorry it's so long but there was a special guest and a lot of stuff to talk about. We cover the election in the first hour (just after the hurricane talk) and included in that coverage is a minor scandal we're pretty sure is an exclusive.
We'll write more before the polls close tomorrow. Here are a few items we've posted previously that might be worth review.
In August we looked at the controversies over Bagneris's and Charbonnet's respective donors and what that means in the bigger picture.
Last week we took notes on the WDSU debate and hashed out the four "major" candidates' positions and strategy.
Also here is the AntiGravity No Nonsense Guide which I always find helpful.
Oh and last week's podcast had some stuff on Torres's involvement.