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Leonard Bollingham

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Leonard Bollingham
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Candidate for
Governor of Louisiana
High schoolEast Jefferson igh School
Bachelor'sLouisiana Tech University (1984)
Master'sLouisiana State University (1988 and 1992)
Place of birthNew Orleans, LA
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Leonard Bollingham was an Independent candidate for Governor of Louisiana in the 2011 election.[1] He lost to incumbent Republican Bobby Jindal in the October 22, 2011 primary eleciton.


Bollingham is a network analyst at Louisiana State University. He earned a B.S. in petroleum engineering from Louisiana Tech University, an M.S. in systems/computer science and an MBA from Louisiana State University, and a Doctorate of Science in information technology and systems engineering from Louisiana State University.[2]


In a candidate questionnaire submitted to the Times-Picayune, Bollingham identified the following priorities:

  • jump-start the oil industry and drilling with our own teams of inspectors
  • work smarted to fix roads, bridges, parks and other state infrastructure
  • improve state's educational experiences from the ground up
  • work with the legislature and every party to make Louisiana the best state it can be[3]



The Louisiana gubernatorial election of 2011 was decided on October 22, 2011 in the primary election. Incumbent Republican Bobby Jindal captured more than 50% of the vote in the blanket primary, winning re-election outright. The Louisiana general election is scheduled for Saturday, November 19, 2011[4] but the office of governor will not appear on the ballot.

Governor of Louisiana, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngBobby Jindal Incumbent 65.8% 673,239
     Democratic Tara Hollis 17.9% 182,925
     Democratic Cary Deaton 4.9% 50,071
     Democratic Trey Roberts 3.3% 33,280
     Independent David Blanchard 2.6% 26,705
     Democratic Niki Bird Papazoglakis 2.1% 21,885
     Libertarian Scott Lewis 1.2% 12,528
     Independent Robert Lang, Jr. 0.9% 9,109
     Independent Ron Caesar 0.8% 8,179
     Independent Leonard Bollingham 0.5% 5,242
Total Votes 1,023,163


Bollingham is an amateur film maker.[2] He is divorced and has one child.[3]

See also

State Executive elections

MississippiWest Virginia

GubernatorialLt. Governor
Attorney GeneralSecretary of State
Down ballot offices: (KY, LA, MS)


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