EDITORIAL: Louisiana's choice: Words or results
Of all the misleading election campaigns we Louisianans have had to endure over the years, there can be none worse than the one being waged right now by U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy in his bid for U.S. Senate.
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.
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING: Ethics Complaints Filed Against Cassidy By Two Organizations For Misleading The House And The Public About His Income
Outlets all across the state and country have reported on the newest development in the fallout from Congressman Bill Cassidy’s skimming of at least $100,000 in taxpayer funds without completing the work at LSU.
ICYMI: Cassidy Cancels Appearances At Rallies With Rick Santorum And Reince Priebus After News Breaks Of His Ethics Violation
Bill Cassidy has canceled his one event today and all events tomorrow. It has now been eight days since the last public event he held, eight days since he answered an unscripted question from a reporter, eight days since he met with a single voter, and, unsurprisingly, eight days since news broke that he may have skimmed taxpayers for over $100,000 in salary for work he didn't do.
Cassidy Cancels Every Public Appearance Since News Broke About Him Double Dipping And Skimming $100,000 From Louisiana Taxpayers
A mere 30 minutes before Congressman Cassidy was supposed to appear at a campaign rally this evening in Shreveport, his campaign sent out a release saying he would not be participating in the event because of votes in Washington D.C.
ICYMI: The Advocate Reports That on Day Cassidy Claimed He Worked at LSU, Video Footage Places Him in Washington
The Advocate, one of Louisiana’s major newspapers, published an article today that continues to scrutinize Congressman Bill Cassidy’s claims that he logged hours at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC) on the same days that he was recorded to be taking votes in Congress.
ICYMI: Hammond Daily Star Editorial Endorses Landrieu, Says, 'Cassidy's Actions And Ads Are Proof He Is Not The Senator The State Needs'
This weekend, the Hammond Daily Star strongly endorsed Senator Mary Landrieu and published an editorial praising her "hard work and accomplishments for the people of this state," while criticizing Congressman Bill Cassidy for waging a "misleading election" campaign.