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|Governor of Louisiana|
|High school||East Jefferson igh School|
|Bachelor's||Louisiana Tech University (1984)|
|Master's||Louisiana State University (1988 and 1992)|
|Place of birth||New Orleans, LA|
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.
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
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 but the office of governor will not appear on the ballot.
|Governor of Louisiana, 2011|
|Republican||Bobby Jindal Incumbent||65.8%||673,239|
|Democratic||Niki Bird Papazoglakis||2.1%||21,885|
|Independent||Robert Lang, Jr.||0.9%||9,109|
State Executive elections
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Mississippi • West Virginia
|Gubernatorial • Lt. Governor |
Attorney General • Secretary of State
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|News • Calendar|
- Louisiana Secretary of State, "Candidate database," accessed September 8, 2011
- LAPublishers.com, "Leonard Alan Bollingham resume," accessed September 8, 2011
- NOLA.com, "Against monumental odds, 9 mount bids to unseat Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal
- The Green Papers, "2010 Gubernatorial Primaries at a Glance"