by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
The race is on...
US Senate David Vitter, who mastered the use of digital advertising and promotions for his recent US Senate campaign, is once again leading the pack in another election, in this case, using it to GET OUT THE VOTE for Congressman Bill Cassidy in the upcoming mid-term elections.
With two weeks (and counting) left in the Louisiana US Senate race between Mary Landrieu, Rob Maness and Bill Cassidy, some believe the question is whether Mary Landrieu can eek out a victory in the jungle primary or worse for her, win a head-to-head battle against the most-likely opponent, Cassidy.
One Republican lawmaker has a solution to what Louisiana should do with a budget surplus, should it really exist. His and other legislators' phones have been ringing off the hook due to a crises created by the Jindal administration’s privatization of OGB. Today, Louisiana Representative Kenneth Havard issued this statement today:
Written by Lamar Parmentel, The Daily Kingfish.
According to the political press, Bobby Jindal launched another one of his embarrassing broadsides against the awful “DC establishment,” calling for a “hostile takeover” of DC by enraged teahaddists.
The media is talking Louisiana Senator David Vitter, now candidate for governor. The conservative critic of Obamacare and almost everything Obama met the Baton Rouge Press Club on Monday and made some stunning comments responses to reporters' questions.
We’ve spoken before about the ruthless methods behind the David Vitter political money chutes seem to be remaking the political money game in Louisiana. But this innovation is radiating outward, now affecting political money nationwide.
Landrieu Pushes Away from National Democrats, as Seen on MSNBC
Mary Landrieu’s reelection was one of the topics of discussion on this morning’s Morning Joe on MSNBC. Mika Brzezinski asserted that the Louisiana midterm election is poised to be “the lightning rod for the entire 2014 cycle” before turning it over to Kasie Hunt, who traveled to Louisiana to speak to Sen. Landrieu.
Welcome to 2015!
The plethora of 2014 elections are still on the political horizon in Louisiana, but already the elections set for 2015 are nudging their way into the political spectrum.
The newest commercial in Mary Landrieu's election campaign features her father, former Mayor of New Orleans Moon Landrieu. According to NOLA.com, "the ad features the father and daughter engaging in casual banter in the living room of the family's New Orleans home."