With now less than two weeks left to the Louisiana US Senate race, one of the real questions churned about is the impact of the Tea Party candidate, Rob Maness .
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Landrieu leads in primary
Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu leads in the primary vote over her two Republican opponents, according to a recent poll by Rasmussen Report.
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.
The Louisiana GOP is taunting Mary Landrieu over the Ebola ban issue.
Today, the LAGOP issued this statement:
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:
There are three story lines today as the US Senator candidates ready for their first televised debate.
Story line 1# Two of the three main candidates will appear while one, Bill Cassidy, has chosen not to participate. As a result, the Mary Landrieu campaign is taking advantage of the empty chair by sharing words of other media.
What has allowed Sen. Mary Landrieu to hang on in the U.S. Senate swimming against a stronger and stronger current is exactly the same thing that most likely will end her elected political career this year.
We are approaching Louisiana migratory fowl duck season next month, but the political duck season is in full quack.
The Mary Landrieu campaign has turned towards the positive as it released a new television ad titled, “Walked Miles.” The ad is running statewide. The TV ad features retired Navy Capt. Tom Nagelin who walks on a highway to reflect what her campaign says is Landrieu’s long record of supporting the military and military families.
We now discover just how deep was Sen. Mary Landrieu’s hand into the cookie jar by her self-revelation that over two-fifths of all her air charter travel since 2002 had some portion illegally charged to taxpayers. What’s not new is the inadequacies in her trying to explain it away.