2014 Louisiana Senate Race
DSCC ad says GOP pick to take on Sen. Mary Landrieu “put millionaires before veterans.”
Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) picked up the backing of state Rep. Paul Hollis.
Rep. Bill Cassidy (R) appears in his doctor’s coat in his second Senate spot.
Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) is vying to unseat Sen. Mary Landrieu (D).
The ads aim to humanize the Louisiana senator.
Rob Maness pledges he'll “stand up to the career politicians — and the alligators.”
During the event, the congressman criticized the Affordable Care Act, with its involved sign-up...
A new ad from the Democratic Senate Majority PAC hits Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), Sen. Mary Landrieu...
The elder Robertson will focus his attention on religious, rather than political, pursuits.
GOP state Rep. Paul Hollis launched his first ad in against Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.).
The Louisiana GOP congressman has nearly $4.2 million in the bank to challenge Landrieu.
The pro-business group is reportedly planning to endorse the vulnerable Louisiana Democrat.
Paul Hollis (R) dropped out of the race Monday, which could boost another Tea Party hopeful.
Koch brothers-backed Generation Opportunity is attacking the senator on economic issues.
A new ad is meant to drive women away from the vulnerable senator.
The Democrat has just 36 percent support as 58 percent disapprove of her job performance.
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) released a new minute-long ad that touts her work defending Louisiana’s...
Senate Majority PAC continues its $3 million offensive against the billionaire Koch brothers.
The Louisiana senator's new Energy perch could be a double-edged sword for her reelection.
Tony Perkins left the door open to jumping into the race for Sen. David Vitter's seat.
Landrieu outraised her main Republican rival for the fourth quarter in a row.