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jindal-speechVitter’s giving jitters, Jindal still struggling, and Maness messes with Cassidy - these are the latest polls.

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landrieu-tea-partyNo doubt about the clout
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu’s clout in the United States Senate has reached new heights as she becomes chairwoman of the powerful Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
    The Senate Democratic Caucus voted last week to honor Landrieu with the position, and the full Senate approved in a formality vote.
    Wielding the gavel for the Energy Committee puts the state’s senior senator among the most powerful who chair the Senate’s 16 Standing Committees.

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Jindal, Landrieu polls: Follow the money
Monday, 26 August 2013 15:33

campaign-cash For whom the polls toll

    Three political polls conducted in Louisiana were released last week, and they had widely differing results.  It reinforces what many political analysts always say: Look at who paid for the poll to determine its viability.

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fiscal-cliff-obama-boehnerWith the fiscal cliff in our backyard, do the voters want to cut spending, entitlments or both?

 

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washington-affairHow do the voters feel about the ethics of your governor, Congressman or U.S. Senator?  

 

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washington-affairHow do the voters feel about the ethics of your governor, Congressman or U.S. Senator?  

 

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IsraelWith the Middle East on high-alert as Israel and the Hamas exchange rockets, who is the Americans supporting--the Jewish state or the Palestinians?  Also, how does the nation feel about the relationship between climate change and storms such as Sandy which has damaged major parts of the NorthEast Coast of the United States?

 

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faux newsThe network of the Republican Party and the conservative movement suffered a major embarrassment on election night.  

 

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Mitt Romney or GOP: Who should get the Blame?
Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:54

Romney-GOP-collageBy Ron Faucheux

It would be easy for Republicans to blame party losses on Mitt Romney. Easy, perhaps, but not accurate.

 

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Optimized-obama-romney-splitIn today’s “Your Daily Polling Update” offered by Ron Faucheux of Clarus, President Barack Obama is leading GOP challenger Mitt Romney in the swing states and the Democratic U.S. Senate candidates top their GOP contenders in the battle ground count.   However, in the popular vote, Romney is tied with the President.

 

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