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Former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards announced a run for Congress in 2014 but failed to make a comeback. He spent eight years in prison after a felony conviction arising from the licensing of riverboat casinos in his fourth term as governor. Sean Gardner/Getty Images hide caption

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Edwin Edwards, The Larger-Than-Life Former Louisiana Governor, Dies At 93

Edwards was the last in a long line of colorful populist Democrats who once dominated Louisiana politics. He served four terms as governor, and did federal prison time on a corruption conviction.

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Edwin Edwards, The Larger-Than-Life Former Louisiana Governor, Dies At 93

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