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Latest polls show Mary Landrieu is in big trouble tomorrow

December 5, 2014

 Tomorrow Louisiana voters head to the voting booths to decide who will be the next Senator from that state and the latest polls show Mary Landrieu could be headed to a defeat of epic proportions.

  Here is more:

The most recent poll, conducted by GEB International, shows her challenger, Representative Bill Cassidy (R-LA), with a 26 point lead. The Real Clear Politics average of all polls conducted over the last month shows Cassidy is up by more than 17 points.

By all accounts, Landrieu’s support is hemorrhaging in this race for the last remaining contested seat in the United States Senate. If Landrieu loses, it will be yet another indication of how poorly the Democratic Party brand is faring these days in the Deep South, and particularly with white voters. 

  If these polls are accurate it will signify the latest rebuke of Barack Obama’s policies so I would like to take this opportunity to send a message to John Boehner: Mr. Speaker, the House Republicans picked up seats in the mid-term election and the Republicans will hold at least a 53-47 seat majority in the Senate. All indications point to the Republicans gaining a 54-46 seat majority. The voters have rejected Barack Obama, the Democrats, and their policies so START ACTING LIKE IT!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 6, 2014 8:59 am

    Let us hope the GOPers show up and not consider it a done deal. Not that it will make much difference I guess. But I won’t repeat myself!

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    • December 6, 2014 7:15 pm

      I think they are motivated and at this point I think the Democrat voters probably think it no longer matters who wins this race.


  2. lou222 permalink
    December 6, 2014 10:27 am

    I am with you on this one, Bunker, it will probably not make a difference. I know we had high hopes when we picked up alot of seats, but as usual there has been the double dealing and we are the losers! Boehner and McConnell will sell us out and placate the left and the Administration (one and the same, I guess), so really we have not gotten anything out of the effort we put into this last vote. I so hoped that with having BOTH houses, we could achieve what we were after, but guess the boys and girls have to play their games and WE have not been invited….but we expected as much.

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    • December 6, 2014 7:16 pm

      If the GOP actually does grow a spine it probably still will not matter because Obama is going to do whatever the hell he wants to do and I don’t think they will stop him.


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