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Monday, November 10, 2014

It's Over: DSCC Pulls Ads For Mary Landrieu in Louisiana Run-Off

After Republicans easily clinched a Senate majority on Tuesday night, we knew the run-off election in Louisiana wouldn't go well for Democrat Mary Landrieu against her Republican opponent Bill Cassidy and now, it just got a lot worse.POLITICO is reporting the DSCC has pulled funding for television advertising in the state.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is canceling at least some of its advertising reservations for Sen. Mary Landrieu ahead of the December runoff in Louisiana.

The committee canceled buys planned from Monday through December 6 in the Lafayette, Baton Rouge and New Orleans markets, three sources tracking the air war told POLITICO.

It makes no sense for Democrats to further invest resources in a race that Landrieu will not only likely lose in December, but a race that no longer means anything when it comes to Democrat control and power in the Senate.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maybe if Landrieu wouldn't have voted for Obamacare she would be in a much better position.
She was the hold out and finally the vote that got it passed.
It didn't come as any surprise that she did end up voting for it, because at the end of the day, she is still a democrat woman and when a man says jump, they jump without question.