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New Orleans Mayoral Election, 1982 - Campaign
... Throughout the campaign, challengers Faucheux and Jefferson were able to make Morial the main campaign issue ... Faucheux accused Morial of allowing the New Orleans Police Department to deteriorate and crime to rise, and emphasized the mayor’s poor relations with City Council and the state Legislature ... Jefferson accused Morial of having done little to aid the city’s African-American community or to curb police brutality ...
New Orleans Mayoral Election, 1982 - Results
... Primary, February 6 Candidate Votes received Percentage Ernest Morial 75,929 46.94% Ron Faucheux 73,441 45.35% William J ... Fertel 462 Rashaad Ali 355 Leon Waters 347 While Morial was able to come out with more votes than Faucheux in the primary, four years of declining popularity meant that Morial received ... Morial received 90% of the black vote, while Faucheux was only able to get 1% of the black vote ...
Marc Morial - After City Hall
... After serving as mayor, Morial was selected as President and CEO of the National Urban League, one of the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organizations ... Morial was mentioned as a possible candidate for Governor of Louisiana in 2011 ... Morial served as a member of the Debt Reduction Task Force at the Bipartisan Policy Center ...
List Of United States Political Families (M) - The Morials
... Ernest Nathan Morial (1929–1989), Louisiana State Representative 1968–1970, Louisiana Juvenile Court Judge 1970–1974, Judge of the Louisiana Court of ... Father of Marc Morial ... Marc Morial (1958–), candidate for U.S ...
Marc Morial
... Marc Haydel Morial (born January 3, 1958) is an American political and civic leader and the current president of the National Urban League ... Morial served as mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana from 1994 to 2002 ...