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Duke took his seat on the same day as Jerry Luke Le Blanc of Lafayette Parish (who won another special election, held on the same day as the Duke-Treen runoff, to choose a successor to Kathleen Blanco), the future governor who was elected to the Louisiana Public Service Commission. Colleague Ron Gomez of Lafayette stated that Duke, as a short-term legislator, was "so single minded, he never really became involved in the nuts and bolts of House rules and parliamentary procedure.It was just that shortcoming that led to the demise of most of his attempts at lawmaking." One legislative issue pushed by Duke was the requirement that welfare recipients be tested for the use of narcotics.Duke allegedly conducted a direct-mail appeal in 1987, using the identity and mailing-list of the Georgia Forsyth County Defense League without permission.League officials described it as a fundraising scam.David Ernest Duke (born July 1, 1950) is an American white supremacist and white nationalist politician, antisemitic conspiracy theorist, Holocaust denier, convicted felon, and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.
Several racial confrontations broke out that month in the Crescent City, including one at the Robert E.The Black Panthers began throwing bricks at the pair, but police arrived in time to prevent serious injury.Duke first ran for the Louisiana Senate as a Democrat from a Baton Rouge district in 1975.In the late 1960s, Duke met William Luther Pierce, the leader of the white nationalist and antisemitic National Alliance, who would remain a lifelong influence on him. In 1968, Duke enrolled at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge, and in 1970, he formed a white student group called the White Youth Alliance that was affiliated with the National Socialist White People's Party.The same year, to protest lawyer William Kunstler's appearance at Tulane University in New Orleans, Duke appeared at a demonstration in Nazi uniform.
Duke finished first in the primary with 3,995 votes (33.1%). Duke, however, hammered Treen on a statement the latter had made indicating a willingness to entertain higher property taxes, anathema in that suburban district.