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Election News Guide: Top Senate races

Monday, 03 November 2014 12:14
Six is the magic number for Republicans bidding for Senate control in Tuesday's elections. That's how many they need to gain to become the majority. A rundown: About 10 Democratic seats are considered vulnerable to takeover by the GOP. A few Republican seats are also at risk. In all, the magic six looked tantalizingly close, not certain.
Louisiana Senate Race Headed to Runoff: Midterm Elections 2014 Live Updates
Monday, 03 November 2014 03:05
Voters voting in polling place Getty Images Share More ABC US news | ABC Health NewsCopy It’s Election Day 2014! With control of the U.S. Senate hanging in the balance, voters across the nation are headed to their polling places to cast ballots today.
News Guide: Senate, House races dominate election
Sunday, 02 November 2014 06:05
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Highlights of Tuesday’s primary election in Louisiana. Runoffs if needed would be Dec. 6. ___ TOP OF THE TICKET SENATE The top race Tuesday in Louisiana matches incumbent U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, a Democrat, against Republican Bill Cassidy and tea party favorite Rob Maness, a Republican and political newcomer. Other candidates include Democrats Wayne Ables, Vallian Senegal and William Waymire Jr.
News Minute: Here is the latest Louisiana news from The Associated Press
Sunday, 02 November 2014 04:52
MOORINGSPORT, La. (AP) - Oil is flowing again through a 1,000-mile pipeline that broke in northwest Louisiana nearly four weeks ago. A spokesman for Sunoco Logistics Partners says the total spill is now estimated at 189,000 gallons. That's up 21,000 gallons from the previous estimate. SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) - Police in Shreveport say a suspect has been arrested in a shooting that took place early today near a nightclub.
Saturday, 01 November 2014 09:56
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu speaks during a news conference April 1 urging Congress to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act. Landrieu, a Democrat, is seeking a fourth term in office but faces a challenge from two GOP candidates: U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy and retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness.
Louisiana officials permanently halt transportation of Ebola waste to state landfill
Saturday, 01 November 2014 09:19
NBC 6 News sister station WDSU in New Orleans reports Texas and Louisiana officials announced that the burned belongings of a Dallas man who died from Ebola will never make its way to the state. Last month it was revealed that six truckloads of Thomas Eric Duncan's property were being sent to a hazardous waste landfill 20 minutes southwest of Lake Charles.
NBC News/Marist poll numbers on Louisiana senate race released
Saturday, 01 November 2014 09:12
Just days before the midterm elections, a brand-new NBC News/Marist poll shows three-term Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu leading in a three-way contest with 44 percent of the vote, she trails in a hypothetical runoff against either Republican candidate –Rep. Bill Cassidy or Tea Party candidate Rob Maness. In that three way contest, Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy gets 36 percent and Tea Party ally Rob Maness gets 15 percent to Landrieu’s 44 percent.
Apology Demanded from Landrieu After Comments Made to NBC News
Thursday, 30 October 2014 05:38
West Monroe -- The Louisiana Republican Party, Congressman Bill Cassidy and Rob Maness are all calling for Senator Mary Landrieu to apologize for comments she made Thursday to NBC News. “That Mary Landrieu would ascribe ugly racial motivations to voters’ displeasure with the policies advanced by President Obama and her shows both how out of touch and how desperate she is.
Sen. Mary Landrieu says race hurts Obama in Louisiana. Fact or election gaffe?
Thursday, 30 October 2014 04:35
Washington — Does President Obama’s race make him less popular in the South? Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana roiled Republicans on Thursday when she suggested that’s the case during a Thursday interview with NBC News. The key moment came when NBC’s Chuck Todd asked Senator Landrieu, who is locked in a tight contest for reelection, why Obama’s approval ratings are so poor in her state.
Mary Landrieu blames racism for Obama's unpopularity in Louisiana
Thursday, 30 October 2014 04:33
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana STORY HIGHLIGHTSSen. Mary Landrieu argued the president has a hard time in the South because of his raceThe Louisiana Democrat also argued that the region is tough for women Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal called her comments "remarkably divisive" (CNN) -- Asked Thursday why President Barack Obama has a hard time in Louisiana -- where his approval rating hovers around 40% -- Democratic Sen.

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