All that Jazz: Mayor Cantrell takes a festive approach to Election Day campaigning

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Less than an hour after casting her ballot for re-election on Saturday morning, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell was on the corner of Napoleon and St. Charles avenues joyfully joining members of her constituency for some last-minute Election Day campaigning.

Cantrell and company were not alone as an authentic jazz quintet provided the perfect soundtrack along the iconic streetcar line on a typical, picture-perfect fall afternoon in the city.

The mayor clapped and danced to the beat of the brass band as she greeted supporters, posed for selfies and waved to passers-by in the uptown neighborhood of New Orleans.

Cantrell hit the campaign trail again at 2 p.m. with just six hours remaining until the polls close. The mayor joined supporters on the corner of Elysian Fields Avenue and Robert E. Lee Boulevard to urge voter turnout.

Mayor LaToya Cantrell urges motorists along Elysian Fields and Robert E Lee to get out and vote (Photo: Jeff Kent | WGNO)

As a reminder, polls close at 8 p.m., and all registered voters must provide present a valid ID upon arrival at their designated polling location.

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