The Whole Story On Those AFP Ads
See this ad from out of state billionaires? They hired actors to pretend to be Louisianians, reading fake insurance company letters. Mary Landrieu is a real Louisianian who took on the Obama administration to fix the health care law.
Landrieu provision to protect Young Marines funding to be approved
A provision authored by Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., designed to protect programs, such as the Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines program has been included in the final bill that funds the government for Fiscal Year 2014.
Landrieu backs bill to boost foreign adoptions
The bill would encourage more adoptions of foreign orphans, which have declined steadily in recent years, and reflects impatience with current policies overseen by the State Department.
CQ: Baucus Nomination Leaves Landrieu Poised for Energy Chairmanship
The expected nomination of Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus as the next ambassador to China could boost Louisiana Democrat Mary L. Landrieu's re-election hopes by putting her in charge of the Energy Committee.
The Advocate: Landrieu: Flood insurance bill could get vote after new year
The U.S. Senate is planning to vote as soon as January to delay flood insurance hikes for many policyholders in Louisiana and nationwide, Sen. Mary Landrieu confirmed Wednesday.
News Star: Congress considers 'Poverty Point' provision
Sen. Mary Landrieu has sent letters Thursday to her colleagues in Congress asking them to support an appropriations provision that could keep Poverty Point’s path to become a World Heritage Site on track.
Concordia Sentinel: Landrieu announces $30,000 for Vidalia Wi-Fi
The Telecommunications Development Fund (TDF) Foundation has awarded $30,000 to the City of Vidalia to deploy a wireless network throughout Vidalia’s 77-acre Municipal Park.
On the Hill: Analyst moves 2014 Louisiana Senate race to 'leans Democrat'
University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato has changed his assessment of the 2014 Louisiana Senate race from "tossup" to "leans Democrat."
Landrieu outstrips Cassidy in latest fundraising
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu continues to outraise her challenger, U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy, in fundraising for next year's Senate race.
Landrieu raises over $1.35M in 3rd quarter, almost twice as much as nearest opponent
Has $5.78 million in war chest, nearly $2.5 million more than last cycle.
Sen. Mary Landrieu continues to raise more campaign cash than Rep. Bill Cassidy
WASHINGTON - In the contest for campaign cash in the 2014 Louisiana Senate race, incumbent Mary Landrieu, D-La., continues to outraise her chief challenger, Rep. Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge.
Mary Landrieu outraises Bill Cassidy in Louisiana
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) will announce Tuesday that she raised $1.35 million in the third quarter and has $5.8 million cash on hand for her reelection campaign next year.
Sen. Landrieu pushes delegation letter seeking delay in flood insurance premium hikes
The letter was sent to House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio; House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.; along with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.; and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Allies see battle-tested Landrieu as most formidable of vulnerable Senate Dems
"There's not a Senate candidate in the country this cycle who is tougher than Mary Landrieu," one national Democratic strategist told The Hill.
And the longer she stays in the Senate, the more important Landrieu becomes to Louisiana's interests. Thanks to some announced retirements, Landrieu will chair the Senate's Energy and Natural Resources Committee if she wins re-election next year.
Sen. Landrieu and Rep. Richmond urge FEMA not to force communities to adopt new flood maps
Senator Mary Landrieu, D-La., and Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-New Orleans, urged the Federal Emergency Management Agency Monday not to force communities to adopt new flood insurance maps until the agency validates their accuracy.
Landrieu Raises Over $1.67M In 2nd Quarter
U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., today announced that she will report raising $1.67 million during the second quarter of this year, which ended June 30. This brings the cash on hand for the Senator's reelection campaign to $4.86 million.
Sen. Landrieu will push House-passed measure delaying some flood insurance hikes
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said Friday she will work with members of her Senate Appropriations subcommittee to add House-passed language that would block FEMA from using its 2014 budget to implement higher flood insurance premiums.
Mary Landrieu: 'Obnoxious' prevails in Senate
"We have turned from a Senate to a theater, and I'm tired of being part of a theater," Landrieu said. "If I wanted to be part of a theater, I would have gone to New York."
Mary Landrieu is a profile in courage
Democrat Mary Landrieu was not among the senate cowards. Quite the contrary. But, in an increasingly conservative, Republican, Tea-Party state, Landrieu knew voting for the bill could be signing her political death warrant. She did it anyway.
Landrieu showed courage by standing up in the Senate
Landrieu has been a good, effective senator. Nobody, for example, has done more than Landrieu to mitigate the tragedies of Katrina and Rita, and Louisiana knows it, and is grateful.
Baucus Retirement Could Put Landrieu in Top Energy Spot
Musical chairs could put La. Democrat in line to lead Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Landrieu Raises Over $1.2M In 1St Quarter, Continues Strong Fundraising With The Help Of Leading Republicans
U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., today announced that she will report raising $1.2 million during the first quarter of this year, which ended March 31, to put her in a very strong position as the 2014 cycle begins.
Landrieu: $4.6M for St. John Parish school repairs
NEW ORLEANS - A St. John the Baptist Parish school damaged by flooding from Hurricane Isaac is getting help for repairs from the federal government.
Mary Landrieu's 2014 playbook is her own
“I do not scare easily,” Landrieu told POLITICO.
Landrieu presses for bill to bar slaughter of horses for food
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., announced the new legislation that comes following reports that the Department of Agriculture will approve a horse slaughtering plant in New Mexico.
Mary Landrieu introduces adoption documentary
Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu spent Monday in her home state promoting a documentary film about international adoption.
Senate votes to extend Violence Against Women Act
"The Violence Against Women Act is particularly important for Louisiana as our state consistently ranks among the top five for women killed as a result of domestic violence," Landrieu said. "This legislation will save lives."
Landrieu backs waterway measure
The New Harbor Maintenance Act being sponsored by Landrieu, D-La., and 28 other original Senate co-sponsors joins other efforts to protect the federal Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund.
AD WATCH: Another Secretly Funded Group Launches False Attack Against Landrieu with More Previously Debunked Lies
Another secretly funded special interest group is launching a blatantly false attack ad against Sen. Mary Landrieu containing numerous lies that have already been proven false.