Wednesday, 03 November 2010 10:23
Louisiana Election Night: Vitter Results, Photos
Written by  stephen-sabludowsky

On November 2, 2010, David Vitter was re-elected to be the Louisiana US Senator.  After winning by 19 percentage points 57-38 against his Democratic rival, Charlie Melancon, Vitter, family and friends took to the stage, addressed the audience and enjoyed his victory.

 

Below are pictures from the David Vitter For US Senate victory party and the unofficial final results from the Louisiana Secretary of State's office:

 

 

 

Lieutenant Governor
3,872 of 3,877 Precincts Reporting
Click here for Results by Parish

"Jay" Dardenne (R)

57%

719,191


Caroline Fayard (D)

43%

539,742


 

U. S. Senator
3,872 of 3,877 Precincts Reporting
Click here for Results by Parish

Michael Karlton Brown (N)

1%

9,955


R. A. "Skip" Galan (N)

1%

7,466


Milton Gordon (N)

0%

4,803


Randall Todd Hayes (L)

1%

13,946


Thomas G. "Tommy" LaFargue (O)

0%

4,037


William Robert "Bob" Lang, Jr. (O)

0%

5,732


William R. McShan (R)

0%

5,875


"Charlie" Melancon (D)

38%

475,566


Sam Houston Melton, Jr. (N)

0%

3,775


Michael Lane "Mike" Spears (O)

1%

9,178


David Vitter (R)

57%

715,276


Ernest D. Wooton (O)

1%

8,160


 

 

 

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