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Mary L. Landrieu

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  • They'd have to run the table, but Democrats could hold Senate

    WASHINGTON Despite being written off already, the Democrats could retain control of the Senate this November if they can steer the debate to local matters, generate an epic turnout, and paint Republicans as dangerously extreme. And keep President...
  • In U.S. Senate battles, Democrats see votes in women's health

    MANCHESTER N.H./WINSTON-SALEM N.C. (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen walked into a roomful of largely Democratic New Hampshire women voters with a simple pitch: She would be more focused on their issues than her challenger, Scott Brown, the former...
  • New polls: Kansas has GOP on defense in its bid to take Senate

    With less than a month until election day, new polls unveiled Sunday reinforced what's become the theme of the 2014 midterms: It's going to be close.  In Alaska and Arkansas, the latest polls continued to show Republican leads in Senate contests there....
  • Obama Coming To Greenwich Fundraiser Tuesday

    Obama Coming To Greenwich Fundraiser Tuesday
    With only one month left before crucial elections, President Barack Obama will be coming to Greenwich on Tuesday for a big-ticket fundraiser at a 20-acre estate in one of the town's most upscale neighborhoods. Ticket prices can go as high as $32,400 per...
  • Republicans craft 2015 plan to force Obama's hand on Keystone

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans plan to put approval of the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline on a fast track early next year if they win a U.S. Senate majority in November, finally forcing President Barack Obama to make a tough call on the...
  • Analysis: Shutdown as a campaign issue? That was so last year

    WASHINGTON Even before the government started shutting down, one year ago Tuesday night, it seemed a sure bet that throughout the coming campaign congressional Republicans would be made to rue the political consequences of their showdown strategy....
  • Key U.S. Senate races close, new round of polls says

    Key U.S. Senate races close, new round of polls says
    The latest rounds of polling in the contested U.S. Senate races in Iowa, Louisiana and North Carolina make one thing clear: it’s looking very close. To take control of the U.S. Senate, Republicans must win six seats. Iowa, Louisiana and North...
  • As election nears, control of Senate looks surprisingly uncertain

    Just over a month before the midterm election, control of the U.S. Senate remains surprisingly up for grabs as Democrats parlay a financial edge and other advantages to battle history and a strong anti-Obama tide. Republicans still enjoy the more secure...
  • Illegal-immigration fears energize Republican voter base

    URBANDALE, Iowa To Vinita Smith, the most important issue in this year's congressional elections is simple: The government needs to protect Americans. Securing the nation's borders is crucial to that mission, said the retiree from Panora, Iowa, and so...
  • In Louisiana, Cassidy dips into Landrieu territory for votes

    NEW ORLEANS At a Saturday morning community health fair in a Vietnamese enclave in the predominantly black eastern wing of this city, Rep. Bill Cassidy wasn't exactly in politically friendly territory. But he was quickly met by a familiar face ready to...
  • Fight for Senate control down to five states

    WASHINGTON With six weeks to go, the fight for control of the Senate is down to five states, four of them currently held by Democratic senators. Republicans must win only two of those contests to guarantee the 51 seats they need to control the Senate for...