Skip to comments.Mary Landrieu looks for independent, GOP support
Posted on 02/23/2014 3:33:13 PM PST by gooblah
Democrat Mary Landrieu's quest for a fourth Senate term will turn on whether she can attract just enough support from independents and Republicans to win in this increasingly conservative state.
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Did Landrieu win in 2008 because some GOP voters could not stomach voting for a Kennedy (the name of her opponent, who is unrelated to JFK)?
Tie the Obamacare Deciding Vote millstone to her neck end throw her into Pontchartrain.
Those who voted for Obamacare, voted to destroy America, PERIOD.
it is her (Landrieu’s) vote that passed Obamacare
all democrats in Congress voted for Obamacare
democrats have the media and committed voter fraud in Louisiana
many areas in New Orleans voted at 97% and higher for Landreu. that is election rigging. similar to how democrats voted in philly, cleveland for the obama socialist
Isn’t Mary’s brother the Dim Mayor of New Orleans? I suspect he’ll give his sis all the help he can with the election and voting - no?
We want her to win the primary, though, don’t we?
AND spend a lot of her money doing it...
wait- is this a primary election to see who will run against each other?
Louisiana has an ‘open’ primary, which doesn’t mean what it does in some other states. All the candidates from all of the parties run in the same primary in November, when most folks are having a general election. If no one gets more than 50 percent, the top two vote getters have a runoff in a ‘general election’ held in December.
The two top vote getters in the primary can be from the same or different parties.
So if you have Mary as the only Dem, and 3 Republicans splitting the vote, the likely outcome is that she’ll have a runoff against one of the Republicans in December. When the Republicans get their act together and just run one candidate, they can sometimes grab the primary win and avoid a runoff with a Dem.
exactly rigged election in new orleans for mary landrue
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