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By Robert Mann It’s been an article of faith for almost two years in Louisiana that U.S. Sen. David Vitter would become the state’s next governor. Politicians and political observers here (this writer included) resigned themselves to the idea that … Continue reading
By Robert Mann For Sen. David Vitter, this one was of those “back to the future” weeks. Senator, welcome to your 2015 Louisiana’s governor’s campaign. The leaked videotape of U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister smooching with a female staff member in … Continue reading
By Robert Mann I think it may be difficult for Democrats to get much traction against Sen. David Vitter by making his 2007 prostitution scandal an issue in his upcoming race for Louisiana governor. Personally, I’m much more concerned about … Continue reading