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congress-fight No doubt, Mary Landrieu, who is running for re-election for US Senator has the clout the Louisiana citizens would want from their congressional lawmakers.

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landrieu-tea-partyIn the upcoming U.S. Senate campaign, Democrat incumbent Mary Landrieu is facing the most difficult campaign of her career.

This November, Landrieu will have to face an electorate concerned about a weak economy and upset about the Affordable Care Act.

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cassidyThe Louisiana US Senate race has been and will certainly be full of surprises.

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hollisQuixotically, state Rep. Paul Hollis has launched himself into the U.S. Senate race of next year. Unless he’s entirely misreading the political environment, it can’t be because he thinks absent something on the order of a miracle he can win.

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congress-fightMany of the Louisiana political antennas rose on Thursday when Bernie Pinsonat and SMOR’s (Southern Media and Opinion Research) issued its fall statewide poll numbers.

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obama-nixonWith tens of thousands of Louisiana citizens being told they will soon be without healthcare insurance, questions are being raised such as--how in the world has this occurred and who should be blamed?  

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The race for U.S. Senate is roughly one year from now, but the campaign gets more interesting as it gets closer.

For one, most thought the competition would be against current republican Congressman Bill Cassidy and Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu.  Then, walked in tea-party favorite Col. Rob Maness who is running to the right of Cassidy.  According to Maness, Cassidy is not conservative enough for Louisiana and Landrieu must be beaten.

Lately, another republican name has surfaced in being a contender--State Rep. Alan Seabaugh.  

manessSome now wonder should Seabaugh step into the ring, whom would it help?

For one, perhaps, it is Mary Landrieu.  Would it also mean that other republicans might also enter the field?  

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lettuceFootball season gives pause in Louisiana for the rough and tumble politics ahead. 2014 brings another totally unpredictable Louisiana legislative session, and congressional elections highlighted by a highly contested U.S. Senator race. Then the state jumps into what most political prognosticators views as a barnburner of a gubernatorial election in 2015.

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jindal-landrieuThe Louisiana political world has been abuzz over the prospects of its Governor, Bobby Jindal, and its senior Louisiana Senator, Mary Landrieu, bumping heads in an upcoming Senate race.

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jindal-landrieuThe Louisiana political world has been abuzz over the prospects of its Governor, Bobby Jindal, and its senior Louisiana Senator, Mary Landrieu, bumping heads in an upcoming Senate race.

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