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"The Diaper Dandy is Done": I’m Just Glad To See David Vitter Go; I Never Liked That Man

Louisiana state Rep. John Bel Edwards soundly defeated David Vitter in yesterday’s gubernatorial election. Not only that, but in his concession speech, Vitter announced that he won’t seek reelection to the U.S. 1,126 more words


For the Record's week in review: Giving thanks

Happy Small Business Saturday, For the Record friends! We’ve been thinking a lot about what we’re grateful for. Saturdays. Readers. Candidates to make jokes about. 403 more words


Does Edwards Victory in Louisiana Offer Democrats a Southern Strategy? Probably Not

By now the political world has had time to absorb the shock of Jon Bel Edwards, a Democrat, upsetting by double-digits GOP Senator David Vitter in the Louisiana Governor’s race.   845 more words

American Politics

Clear my head

David Vitter was already damaged goods because of his plaçage arrangement.

Mr (John Bel) Edwards sounds like a political neanderthal, but he’s still a better choice than Mr Brothel. 52 more words


Race to replace Vitter in Senate starts to take shape

Louisiana Republican Rep. Charles Boustany said Monday he will run for the Senate seat that Sen. David Vitter plans to vacate at the end of his current term. 472 more words


Louisiana governor's race a rare Democratic victory in Obama era

WASHINGTON – Democrats picked up a rare Obama-era gubernatorial victory Saturday when Louisiana elected John Bel Edwards.

It was only the eighth time Democrats have turned a governorship from red to blue since President Obama took office, according to a… 139 more words


Louisiana's Next Governor Is a Democrat, But the Solid South Is Still Solid Red

In 1991, former Klansman David Duke shocked the political world by qualifying for the gubernatorial runoff in Louisiana against the legendary Democratic colossus Edwin Edwards, whose laissez-faire attitude toward ethical lapses, well-known even then, ultimately landed him in prison. 839 more words