Monday, 07 February 2011 14:00
Poll: Rating Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu
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Will Mary Landrieu be re-elected for the position of US Senator for Louisiana now that she has indicated in an interview that she will run again?

Here are two columns regarding her campaign decision, both written by Louisiana conservatives, one penned by Jeffrey Sadow and the other by Jeff Crouere.  Even within the realm of Louisiana conservative politics,  there are differing opinions.

Louisiana Sen. Landrieu Could Have Hard Road To re-Election

Defeating Mary Landrieu For Louisiana US Senate Won’t Be Easy

So, now is the time for you to give your weighty opinion.  Vote in our new Bayoubuzz poll which is on the bottom of this column and throughout

The question—do you believe that Mary Landrieu will win in 2014?

Also,  talk about Senator Mary Landrieu’s job performance on the Bayoubuzz forum.


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