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Advocate staff photo by Mark Ballard -- A man who would only identify himself as Brian, protesting against U. David Vitter, showed up at the Secretary of State's Office wearing a diaper Tuesday as candidates qualified for office, including Vitter, who is running for governor.
Advocate staff photo by Mark Ballard -- U. David Vitter arrives at the Secretary of State's Office on Tuesday with his wife, Wendy, to qualify to run for governor. David Vitter, with his wife Wendy, speaks to the media after qualifying to run for governor Tuesday at the Secretary of State's Office.
David Vitter blocks a diaper-wearing protester as Vitter qualified to run for governor Tuesday at the Secretary of State's Office. David Vitter celebrates with his wife Wendy and supporters Tuesday, Nov. The Louisiana gubernatorial campaign has been tame so far, at least publicly: The four major candidates have focused on meat-and-potatoes issues, such as state budget problems, traffic congestion and the Common Core education standards.
But in the shadows, a parallel, and much less polite, campaign has been unfolding, this one having to do with lingering questions about presumptive front-runner U. John Bel Edwards — have more than a passing interest in the subject.
This week, with a month and a half to go before the Oct. First, Baton Rouge television reporter Derek Myers was fired Tuesday after he confronted Vitter with questions about the issue.