U.S. Sen. Kennedy won’t join Louisiana governor’s race, leaving no big-name Republicans

With the most prominent potential contender officially out of the race, Louisiana Republicans appear to be left without a well-known figure to challenge Gov. John Bel Edwards less than a year away from Election Day.

But several Republicans are still in the running or at least considering jumping in, including U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham, state Sen. Sharon Hewitt and Baton Rouge businessman Eddie Rispone.

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy, after toying with a potential run for several months, announced Monday that he won’t be on the ballot next year…

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