Carter & Batiste Blast Wilson; Claim 100,000 Recall Petition Signatures Were Submitted

March 24, 2023

Recall campaign organizers Eileen Carter and Belden Batiste said today, Thursday March 23, that they turned in approximately 100,000 petitions with signatures of Orleans Parish registered voters – far more than the 67,000 petitions Registrar of Voters Dr. Sandra Wilson claimed had been submitted. The announcement came during dual press conferences Wilson and Carter/Batiste held […]

Recall Campaign Regroups As Quest for More Accountability Continues

March 22, 2023

The campaign to recall Mayor LaToya Cantrell is a newly-christened ship navigating uncharted waters.  Campaign leaders knew they could harness the raw unrest and concerns about crime felt by so many citizens across all neighborhoods. Thousands of eager participants unafraid of potential backlash from the Cantrell administration lined up to fill out the petitions correctly, […]

Recall Petitions Delivered to Registrar of Voters Before Deadline

February 23, 2023

Led by recall campaign leaders Belden Batiste and Eileen Carter, ten boxes of petitions believed to be signed by valid Orleans Parish registered voters who want to force a vote on Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s future were delivered to Registrar of Voters Dr. Sandra Wilson Wednesday afternoon (February 22) less than an hour prior to the […]

NOLAtoya Recall Campaign Only Needs 1,029 More Signatures To Reach Goal

February 14, 2023

With eight days remaining, the campaign to recall New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced Monday evening, February 13, they need approximately 1,000 signatures before an election on Cantrell’s future as mayor can be called. “We’re almost there but we still need a few more of our fellow citizens to take a stand for New Orleans,” […]

Belden Batiste: New Orleans Needs New Leadership; Rebuffs Response to NOLA Tribune

September 7, 2022

Editor’s note: Belden Batiste and Eileen Carter filed a petition with the Secretary of State to recall Mayor LaToya Cantrell.  The petition has received overwhelming response from New Orleanians voters, many of whom are upset with Cantrell’s lack of leadership.  The Tribune newspaper recently published an editorial in support of Cantrell. Batiste wrote a scathing […]

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