Sen. Mary Landrieu
In 2002, a public hospital physician named Bill Cassidy donated to Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu’s first re-election campaign.
Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is promising the new Republican majority will quickly resurrect Keystone XL pipeline legislation killed by Democrats, potentially setting up an early 2015 veto confrontation with President Barack Obama.
With the clock ticking, supporters of a Senate bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline are still scrambling to find the last vote.
White House: Obama Takes A ‘Dim View’ Of Legislative Efforts To Force Action On Keystone XL Pipeline
A political gambit by an endangered Senate Democrat broke loose long-stalled legislation to force approval of the Keystone XL pipeline as the lame-duck Congress returned to a Capitol where results of last week’s GOP blowout are still sinking in.
Louisiana governor urges Congressional majorities leaders to do more than simply reject President Obama’s policies.
Senate Dems’ Campaign Committee Cancels Plans For TV Ads In Louisiana’s Major Markets To Help Landrieu
Senate Democrats’ campaign committee on Thursday began canceling plans for television ads in Louisiana’s major markets to help Sen. Mary Landrieu’s runoff campaign against Republican Bill Cassidy, making her re-election bid an even steeper challenge.
The next Senate will be slightly younger than the current one.
The Louisiana Senate race will be decided in December.
Threatened with ouster in a state trending more heavily Republican, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu wasn’t certain to know her political fate Tuesday, as voters cast their ballots in Louisiana’s tight Senate race.
Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., argues that a deep-rooted racism in some parts of the South are behind the president’s unpopularity in the region.