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
Legislation helps cover college costs
Legislation sponsored by U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-New Orleans, could bring a bit of welcome relief to students struggling with the financial burden associated with getting a college education.
Port of Morgan City director says provision will help dredge funding
"It is time that this nation begins recognizing the value of our domestic energy industry and investing in the basic infrastructure it needs to grow and prosper,” Landrieu said.
Landrieu basks as Obama signs WRRDA
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Time and again, at town halls, in interviews, and even in committee hearings, Congressman Cassidy has called the changes to Medicare in the Affordable Care Act ‘savings.’ Now that he’s on TV, he’s calling it a cut.
Louisiana Jazz Legend Says 'I'm With Mary' Because She Gets Things Done
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DAY FIVE: Congressman Cassidy Ignores Numerous Requests for Stance on Export-Import Re-authorization
DAY TWO: Cassidy Continues to Put Nearly 1,000 Louisiana Jobs and Over 150 Louisiana Businesses At Risk, Remains Silent on Export-Import Bank
Yesterday, Senator Mary Landrieu, former chair of the Senate Small Business Committee, showed true leadership in the U.S. Senate by fighting for re-authorization of the Export-Import Bank that would help save nearly 1,000 Louisiana jobs...
Congressman Cassidy Silent On Fate of 1,000 Louisiana Jobs, 150 Louisiana Businesses
NEW ORLEANS, LA – Despite Senator Mary Landrieu renewing calls to re-authorize the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Congressman Bill Cassidy remains the only candidate in the U.S. Senate race.