In the 2020 presidential election Joe Biden, Jon Ossoff, and Raphael Warnock became the first Democrats to win Georgia.
However, Louisiana, a state with about the same percentage of black population, remained fairly steady, with Trump winning by almost exactly the same number of votes as 2016.
Given the states similar significantly above average black populations, why is Louisiana not contested like Georgia?
I know others asked things like this but Georgia broke the trend of more heavily black Southern states voting for the Republicans despite Republicans having little black support.
I am asking about Louisiana vs Georgia and not say Tennessee vs Florida.
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