Stop the Presses: I'm With Mary!
Sen. Landrieu deserves our vote
"...No one in the U.S. Senate speaks for his or her state as well as the Senior Senator from Louisiana."
Advertiser endorses Landrieu for Senate
It's time to set aside our partisan politics for a moment and support the candidate who will best represent us in the Senate — Mary Landrieu.
Landrieu, Maness to again debate without Cassidy
WWL said Cassidy has rejected several invitations to participate, just as he did for two other planned televised debates. His refusal to participate in a Monroe debate on Oct. 8 led to KNOE canceling the event.
Cassidy budgets would hurt La.
A lot of us in Louisiana who will depend on Medicare will be hurt if Congressman Cassidy’s idea of a budget becomes a reality, especially those with health problems and those with the fewest resources.
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Local News Outlets Find Cassidy ‘Lied’ To Employers ‘To Pull Down That Extra Louisiana Taxpayers’ Cash’ For Work He May Have Never Completed
Released records show Cassidy collected taxpayer paychecks from two sources, while only doing half the work.
ICYMI: The Times-Picayune: ‘Mary Landrieu Is The Clear Choice For Senate’
Largest Newspaper In The State Throws Support Behind Senator Landrieu For The Second Time This Year
Senator Landrieu Highlights Work On Coastal Restoration During Visit With Marine Construction Workers In The Bayou Region
Senator Landrieu Led Efforts To Strengthen Critical Industries, Promote Coastal Restoration In The Region
Landrieu Campaign Releases New Ad Highlighting Cassidy’s Votes Cutting Millions In Funding For Louisiana Schools
'I Don’t Know What Kind Of Doctor Would Do That To My Kids'
AP Story Highlights Jindal-Cassidy Bromance And How The Cassidy-Backed Policies Jindal Has Implemented Have Hurt Louisiana
The Associated Press published a story today highlighting Congressman Bill Cassidy’s close alignment and bromance with his political mentor, Governor Bobby Jindal, and how Governor Jindal’s poor state management and ill-advised policies are “seen as a liability” for the congressman.