Our Views: Close call despite politics
A legitimately debatable difference of opinion about a relatively obscure federal agency has taken on unusual political importance for the candidates. The agency is the Export-Import Bank, Ex-Im for short.
Protesters want to keep Medicare in Louisiana
More than 700,000 people in Louisiana depend on Medicare, and some seniors citizens are scared they could lose it.
Landrieu hammering Cassidy on banking agency that has become flashpoint among Republicans
"Congress must reauthorize the Bank as soon as possible so that it can continue to help Louisiana businesses continue to export goods and services to world markets and import jobs," Landrieu said.
Landrieu Widens Fundraising Lead Over Cassidy
Landrieu, a three-term incumbent, said she raised $2.15 million in the quarter, which would bring her total haul since her last campaign, in 2008, to $13.5 million. She said she has $6.24 million on hand and available to spend.
Landrieu Secures $100M to Update Flawed and Inaccurate Flood Maps
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After More Than Five Days As A Candidate, Cassidy Still Won't Agree To One Debate
More than five days after Congressman Bill Cassidy qualified for the U.S. Senate race in Louisiana, he still refuses to tell voters if he will participate in any debates, despite promising to release a full list of debates after qualification.
QUALIFYING ENDS AND CASSIDY STILL WON’T COMMIT TO ONE DEBATE, DESPITE ASSURANCE THAT HE WOULD ONCE FIELD OF CANDIDATES WERE SET
ICYMI: THE NEW ORLEANS TIMES-PICAYUNE: MARY LANDRIEU CAMPAIGN: BILL CASSIDY HIDING FROM DEBATE
The New Orleans Times-Picayune yesterday reported on Congressman Bill Cassidy’s refusal to participate in any debates, despite previously stating he would list the debates he would participate in after qualifying.
AFTER QUALIFYING, CASSIDY STILL WILL NOT COMMIT TO A SINGLE DEBATE DESPITE PROMISES THAT HE WOULD RELEASE FULL LIST
More than 24 hours after Congressman Bill Cassidy qualified for the U.S. Senate race in Louisiana, he still refuses to provide reporters or voters with the list of debates he will participate in...
SENATOR LANDRIEU QUALIFIES FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE U.S. SENATE
This morning, U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu, qualified for the November ballot in the U.S. Senate election after submitting her paperwork to the Office of the Louisiana Secretary of State in Baton Rouge.