We’re finally down to the week of the Louisiana U.S. Senate race. With many of the Louisiana political activists focused upon the race between Democrat US Sen. Mary Landrieu and her opponent Congressman Bill Cassidy, based upon prior elections of voter turnout, a majority of registered voters in Louisiana will stay home and away from the polls.
The Mary Landrieu campaign has gone on the offensive today hosting a phone press conference this afternoon to discuss late developments of a controversy brewing over alleged double-dipping or “double billing” by Congressman Bill Cassidy.
The “Hail Mary” to try to burnish embattled Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu’s office-holding credentials came earlier this month. Now has come the “Hail Mary” that seeks to damage the front-running opponent to unseat her Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy – and neither will get the job done,
The political termites are swarming into Louisiana. They are coming from everywhere; north and south-east and west. All with one purpose in mind. The want to tell us whom we should vote for as the state’s next U.S. Senator. I don’t know about you, but I get sick and tired of all these out-of-stators who must think we are too dumb down here in Bayou country to make up our own minds.
If the polls are right, Louisiana voters are on the verge of throwing long time politician U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) a retirement party on December 6. Her opponent Congressman Bill Cassidy (R-Baton Rouge) is comfortably ahead as the run-off draws to a close and has been continually blasting the incumbent as a clone of the unpopular President Barack Obama.
The fate of Mary Landrieu and the Louisiana US Senate race is now two weeks away and is interrupted by Thanksgiving holiday season and then Christmas festivities. From all indications, Bill Cassidy, her opponent has a commanding lead. But, Mary Landrieu has made some strong comebacks in the past, so can she do it again?
We’re two days from Thanksgiving and one month from Christmas. Tis the season to get Merry. To help us, here are some press releases concerning special holiday events:
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Bayoubuzz business news for November 25:
BRAC (Baton Rouge Area Chamber) introduces an updated business guide; The State of Louisiana through its Department of Health and Hospitals is hosting a “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)” symposium, a condition not only affecting our children but adults in the workplace; Community Coffee announced the enhancement of its digital operations; Prospect New Orleans continues its 3rd iteration of art and culture