Freshman Sen. Bill Cassidy (R., La.) wants the GOP to start thinking like the left.
Republican Bill Cassidy handedly defeated Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu in the runoff for the Louisiana Senate seat Saturday, according to the Associated Press and other sources.
The victory ousted Landrieu from the seat she has held for 18 years. For the first time since she was 23 years old, Landrieu will not hold political office.
Landrieu’s fellow Democrats abandoned her, including the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), which withdrew its $2 million ad buy for the runoff after Democrats lost control of the Senate in November. Her Senate colleagues also declined to join her in voting to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, a last ditch failed attempt by Landrieu to demonstrate her “clout.”
Local radio hosts in Louisiana mocked Sen. Mary Landrieu for giving a poor interview immediately after having the embattled Democrat on the air on Wednesday.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu no longer talks about her clout in Washington. She’s only concerned about timesheets.
My must read of the day is “In Louisiana Tonight, the Last Debate of the 2014 Midterms,” in the New York Times.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (La.) failed to convince enough members of her party to support the Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday evening, a vote considered a desperate attempt to save her Senate seat.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu’s (La.) report on spending taxpayer dollars on campaign flights has been removed from her website and is no longer available online.