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    Romney’s Not Running

Romney’s Not Running

Meh. From the AP… After a three-week flirtation with another run for president, Mitt Romney said definitively on Friday that he will not seek the White House in 2016. The

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    SARGE: Blood Suckers

SARGE: Blood Suckers

The following is a cyber-communication and request for donation for a candidate I once endorsed. Please notice I said: “I once endorsed”. I no longer do that. I find politics

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    Polls Show John Bel Edwards Is Louisiana’s Most Vulnerable Gubernatorial Candidate

Polls Show John Bel Edwards Is Louisiana’s Most Vulnerable Gubernatorial Candidate

Last week several candidates for statewide office opened their cheeks wide and got their statewide campaign temperatures taken, bringing signs of health for some but worrying signs of sickness for

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    Scott Walker’s First Campaign Video Is Out…

Scott Walker’s First Campaign Video Is Out…

…and here it is. A lot of what you’ll see in that video are highlights from his victory speech after he won re-election in Wisconsin in November, highlights he reprised

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    Liberals Want Mitt Romney, But Conservatives Don’t

Liberals Want Mitt Romney, But Conservatives Don’t

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi wants the GOP to do one thing in 2016: Make Mitt Romney their presidential nominee. Today, Pelosi told The Hill that Romney would never be

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    Scott Walker’s Iowa Freedom Summit Speech

Scott Walker’s Iowa Freedom Summit Speech

The blogosphere and the punditocracy are now seriously considering the potential candidacy of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker as the GOP’s 2016 standard-bearer. This is a long time in coming, of

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SADOW: Vitter’s Win Should Pave The Way For No-Limit Political Giving

  SADOW: Vitter’s Win Should Pave The Way For No-Limit Political Giving

That Sen. David Vitter beat the system constricting the use of campaign donations gives a clear signal that Louisiana needs

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Jeff Landry Says He’s Raised $1 Million For This Year’s Attorney General Race

  Jeff Landry Says He’s Raised $1 Million For This Year’s Attorney General Race

Landry is definitely going to be a tough contender against incumbent Buddy Caldwell this fall, though most of the talk

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David Vitter Beats Out Scott Angelle In Gubernatorial Fundraising

  David Vitter Beats Out Scott Angelle In Gubernatorial Fundraising

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), who is the leading Republican in the state’s gubernatorial race, has raised approximately $4 million with

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Angelle Says He’s Got $1.5 Million In The Bank, And Roy Fletcher And Ryan Cross Are Heading Up His Team

  Angelle Says He’s Got $1.5 Million In The Bank, And Roy Fletcher And Ryan Cross Are Heading Up His Team

The Public Service Commissioner and former interim Lt. Governor is still considered a long shot for election as Louisiana’s next

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Liberals Salivate Over Mary Landrieu Possibly Running For Governor

  Liberals Salivate Over Mary Landrieu Possibly Running For Governor

Now that Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) is done in the US Senate, after being defeated by Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA),

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WAGUESPACK: Was the Message Received?

  WAGUESPACK: Was the Message Received?

The message was clear. Only a few short days after the conclusion of an election cycle where voters across the

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SADOW: Voter Self-Interest Wipes Out Louisiana’s Democrats

  SADOW: Voter Self-Interest Wipes Out Louisiana’s Democrats

Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014 marked the end of the transformation of Louisiana’s political party system, as every imaginable Republican defeated,

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If Vitter Wins The Governor’s Race Next Fall, Fleming Will Go For His Senate Seat

  If Vitter Wins The Governor’s Race Next Fall, Fleming Will Go For His Senate Seat

So says a Roll Call story… Rep. John Fleming, R-La., is “very interested” in running for Senate in 2016 if

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It Doesn’t Look Like Cassidy Made Up Any Ground In The Black Vote

  It Doesn’t Look Like Cassidy Made Up Any Ground In The Black Vote

From our buddy John Couvillon’s Facebook page come some estimates of Saturday’s electorate… Post by JMC Enterprises. What this shows

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Gubernatorial Candidate’s Website Accidentally Says Contributions Are ‘Tax Deductible’

  Gubernatorial Candidate’s Website Accidentally Says Contributions Are ‘Tax Deductible’

Gubernatorial candidate Scott Angelle has a little problem with his website. The Advocate found today that Angelle’s campaign site said

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BAYHAM: Why Landrieu Lost And Cassidy Won

  BAYHAM: Why Landrieu Lost And Cassidy Won

After 18 years of defying political gravity, Mary Landrieu’s electoral world came crashing down losing badly to a candidate many

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CROUERE: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

  CROUERE: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

On the eve of her election defeat, U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) appeared as a guest on my radio program,

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SADOW: A Defeat 18 Years In The Making

  SADOW: A Defeat 18 Years In The Making

Almost two years ago this space identified data showing Sen. Mary Landrieu’s reelection bid was in trouble. As more became

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