Tight Senate Race Gets Tighter
Posted on 2/12/2014 4:35:00 AM.
North Carolina based Public Policy Polling says it's latest survey on the US senate race in Louisiana shows it's a dead heat.  Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu had a 10 point lead against her main republican challenger Congressman Bill Cassidy according to Public Policy Polling back in August.  Now there's just a single point difference between them in their newest survey.

LSU Political Science Professor Kirby Goidel says this race is going down the wire.

"I would hate to take a real strong bet on a winner in the race.  I think it's going to be very competitive all the way through."

Recent statewide polls by Rassmussen and Harper polling also show a very tight senate race.
Senator Mary Landrieu, Congressman Bill Cassidy, Politics, Kirby Goidel

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