2014 Louisiana Senate Race
A host of outside factors and her own missteps combined to ensure the Democrat's defeat.
Cassidy is crushing Landrieu 58 to 31 among independents in the state.
The DSCC's move underscores the Democrat's underdog status in the December runoff.
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) hit the ground running in her runoff battle.
Sen. Mary Landrieu is likely to face off against Rep. Bill Cassidy in December.
Louisiana voters were treated to a rare debate with all three Senate candidates.
The race to defeat Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) is expected to go into December.
FRC president says GOP establishment favorite Bill Cassidy can't win in Louisiana.
The Louisiana governor put in his two cents Tuesday for the La. senator and Kan. governor.
Rep. Bill Cassidy is facing calls to apologize from a fellow Republican Senate candidate.
A state lawmaker says Landrieu can't represent Louisiana because she doesn't live there.
DSCC ad says GOP pick to take on Sen. Mary Landrieu “put millionaires before veterans.”
Rep. Cassidy (R) leads Sen. Landrieu (D) 56-41 percent in Rasmussen poll.
The bill was offered by Rep. Cassidy who is challenging Sen. Mary Landrieu.
Tea Party favorite gives the Republican a boost for his fight with Sen. Mary Landrieu (D).
The group launched an ad Tuesday night hitting Landrieu on energy issues.
"Everyone knows this is the truth," the vulnerable Democrat said.
Maness is running an underdog bid against Sen. Landrieu and Rep. Cassidy.
Even if Democrats keep the chamber, the senator says, Landrieu's presence is crucial.
A slate of new polls have bad news for Democrats in two key Senate battleground states.
GOP Senate opponent hammers her over the issue.
GOP challengers say the incumbent Democrat doesn't live in the state.
Vulnerable Senate Democrat is registered to vote at her parents’ home in New Orleans.
The pro-business group is reportedly planning to endorse the vulnerable Louisiana Democrat.