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By Domenico Montanaro, Rachel Wellford, Simone Pathe
Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy has denied Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana a fourth term, calling his Senate victory "the exclamation point" on midterm elections that put Republicans in charge on Capitol Hill for President Barack Obama's last two years…
By Melinda Deslatte and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Republican leaders promised Tuesday to take up and pass a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline next year if the Senate fails to advance the measure this fall, or President Barack Obama vetoes it.
By Dina Cappiello, Associated Press
Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the Council for a Better Louisiana will present a live debate for the Louisiana Senate seat on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m. EDT from the Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport, Louisiana.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
For Republicans, it's all about tying Democrats to Obama - especially to a health care law that remains unpopular with many Americans. And for Democrats, the election is about just about anything else.
By Charles Babington, Associated Press
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Hit with a multimillion-dollar barrage of televised attacks, Democrats in tough re-election races want credit for trying to fix the problematic parts of the health care law at the same time they claim bragging rights for its popular…
Senate Democratic leaders celebrated Saturday when their health care reform bill passed a key procedural hurdle, but by Monday deep divisions over some key provisions of the $848 billion legislation were already back in the spotlight.
First-term Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu won re-election Saturday in a closely fought runoff battle with Republican Elections Commissioner Suzanne Haik Terrell.
Both candidates contending for a Louisiana U.S. Senate seat campaigned hard on Friday, continuing to argue over hot-button issues and attempting to gain the advantage in a race that recent polls have indicated is a dead heat.
President Bush hit the campaign trail on Tuesday for the final time this election cycle in hopes of bolstering the campaign of Suzanne Terrell, the Republican challenger in the U.S. Senate race in Louisiana.
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