Bill Cassidy

Mary Landrieu Loses to GOP's Cassidy

Andrea Drusch, National Journal

Bill Cassidy's win stretches the GOP's gain in the Senate to nine seats. Rep. Bill Cassidy garnered 712,330 votes, or 56%; Sen. Mary Landrieu, (D) got 561,099 votes, or 44%.

Repub. Cassidy Crushing Landrieu by 24 Pts.

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy is poised for a landslide victory over Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu in a Saturday runoff election in Louisiana, according to a GOP poll.

Landrieu Behind After La. Early Voting

Jonathan Easley, The Hill

Early voting didn’t bring good news for Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s (D) hopes of surviving her Dec. 6 runoff against Rep. Bill Cassidy (R).

Palin, Phil Robertson Boost Cassidy's LA Sen. Campaign

Cole Avery,

Political observers believe Cassidy is doing the right thing by aligning himself with Sarah Palin and Phil Robertson and the right wing of the party to earn that support.

Don’t ‘Duck’ In Louisiana: Choose the Real Conservative, Rob Maness

The choice in the Louisiana U.S. Senate race is clear: principled conservative Rob Maness won’t “duck” from a challenge. Watch the debate tonight (at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge) and you’ll clearly see who is the best option for conservatives in the Pelican State. Reviews 2014 GOP Senate Candidates

Dustin Hawkins,

Hawkins reviews the 2014 crop of Republican Senate nominees and takes a look at which candidates give conservatives some incentive to help vote in a Republican majority.