|Posted on 11/2/2016 9:06:00 PM.|
Much like the first, the second US Senate debate got heated as candidates had sharp jabs for their opponents. Democrat Caroline Fayard was quick to comment on Republican David Duke’s presence at the debate. In her opening statement, Fayard said she was asked by a group of students if there was a “bad guy” in this race, to which she replied, “Yes, there’s one.”
|Caroline Fayard, Foster Campell, David Duke, John Kennedy, John Fleming, CH|
|Posted on 10/21/2016 10:57:00 AM.|
A Raycom Media Poll on the U.S. Senate race has Republican State Treasurer John Kennedy and Democratic Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell leading the large field of candidates.
|Foster Campbell, John Kennedy, Raycom Senate poll, Charles Boustany, Caroline Fayard, John Fleming|
|Posted on 10/18/2016 8:50:00 PM.|
Candidates for US Senate went at it in the first statewide televised debate. GOP Congressman John Fleming was quick to attack his Republican colleague in the US House, Congressman Charles Boustany. While answering a question about his willingness to compromise,
|John Fleming, Charles Boustany, Caroline Fayard, John kennedy, Foster Campbell|
|Posted on 9/8/2016 3:15:00 AM.|
Republican Congressman John Fleming launches a seven figure statewide TV ad for the U.S. Senate race. Jeremy Alford of LaPolitics.com says Fleming is a U.S. Representative for north Louisiana who doesn’t have much name recognition outside of his district.
|John Fleming, LaPolitics.com, John Kennedy, Caroline Fayard, Campbell Foster, Charles Boustany, U.S. Senate|
|Posted on 7/21/2016 5:33:00 AM.|
Three big Republican names have officially joined the race for Louisiana’s open US Senate seat, as they filled out the necessary paperwork at the Secretary of State’s office. State Treasurer John Kennedy is already leading in the polls. Kennedy says in the last 8 years, Congress has done a lousy job, and he’ll bring common-sense thinking to DC.
|John Kennedy, Charles Boustany, John Fleming, Election 2016|
|Posted on 7/15/2016 12:42:00 PM.|
Republicans are leading in campaign fundraising for the US Senate race for the seat being vacated by David Vitter. ULM political science professor Dr. Joshua Stockley says US Representative Charles Boustany had the best recent fundraising period with $1.1 million raised and $2.5 million in the bank.
|Dr. Joshua Stockley, Charles Boustany, John Fleming, John Kennedy|
|Posted on 6/30/2016 3:51:00 AM.|
Three of the major Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by David Vitter appeared at a debate in Baton Rouge to discuss why they should be elected on November 8th. Congressman Charles Boustany says he wants to create a better sense of trust between the people and government. He says it’s time to get serious about solving Louisiana’s problems.
|Senate, election, Charles Boustany, John Kennedy, John Fleming|
|Posted on 2/10/2016 4:44:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
State Representative Mike Johnson, a Republican from Bossier City, announces his candidacy in the wide open 4th Congressional District race. The seat is being vacated by Congressman John Fleming who's running for US Senate. Political analyst Elliott Stonecipher says Johnson joins many other names that have expressed interest in the race.
|mike johnson, bossier city, john fleming, 4th US district, elliott stonecipher|
|Posted on 12/10/2015 5:32:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
The first published poll on next year’s US Senate race shows Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell, a Democrat, and Republican State Treasurer John Kennedy leading the field in a hypothetical matchup. The survey was commissioned for the super PAC supporting Kennedy.
|US Senate poll, 2016, john kennedy, rob maness, charles boustany, scott angelle, john fleming, foster campbell|
|Posted on 12/7/2015 12:48:00 PM.|
US Representative John Fleming has made it official. The republican from Minden has announced his candidacy for US Senate, as he’ll seek the seat that David Vitter is giving up. Fleming made his announcement with a posting on Youtube.
|Louisiana, politics, Senate, election, John Fleming, Joshua Stockley|
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