Friday, 30 October 2015 08:49
Republicans rally for Vitter, today, where's Dardenne and Angelle?
 

kennedy officeToday, the Louisiana Republican Party and Senator David Vitter are pulling out the big guns to show support for the Louisiana gubernatorial candidate.

Not counted in that list are former candidates Jay Dardenne and Scott Angelle, who were defeated on Saturday.  Angelle's angry statements against Vitter are actually being used in a television commercial against Vitter.  It is uncertain whether either might support Vitter.

The event is '"ogether, Louisiana Strong' Rally"  is being hosted by Vitter to build support in the weeks before the upcoming election. The following Republican candidates, elected officials, and other representatives will be in attendance: U.S. Sen. David Vitter and Wendy Vitter, Rep. John Fleming, Rep. Ralph Abraham, Treasurer John Kennedy, Sen. Elbert Guillory, Rep. Valarie Hodges, Rep. Nancy Landry, Billy Nungesser, Bridget Boustany, Dr. Laura Cassidy, and Carissa Graves.

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Friday, October 30, 2015

'Together, Louisiana Strong' Rally

1:00pm CT

The Pelican House

2572 Citiplace Court

Baton Rouge

 

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