Posts Tagged ‘ Louisiana ’

John Kennedy: Louisiana Has Given Most Of Its Aid To Texas

Sep 1st, 2017 | By

Sen. John Kennedy said Thursday that Louisiana has sent most of its aid to Texas after dodging much of the storm. “For the most part, we dodged the bullet. Texas took it right in the gut, and I’m so sorry for them,” Mr. Kennedy, Louisiana Republican, said on CNN. “We have sent most of our

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GING-PAC Newsmaker Sen. Kennedy On Hurricane Harvey

Aug 30th, 2017 | By

Louisiana Senator John Kennedy, a GING-PAC endorsed lawmaker, appeared on Fox News this morning to discuss Hurricane Harvey and what plans are in place in Louisiana for potential devastating flooding: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com



Two GING-PAC Candidates Win Louisiana Races

Dec 12th, 2016 | By

Kennedy’s win is particularly significant because he strengthens the GOP hold on the Senate. Republicans now hold a 52-48 majority. Democrat Senators are also facing a major disaster in 2018 when they have to defend a large number of seats. We expect them to lose even more seats in 2018, thus increasing the GOP numbers and control over the political agenda for the next eight years.



Roll Call Report: John Kennedy Likely To Win Louisiana Senate Seat

Dec 6th, 2016 | By

Kennedy’s facing off against Democratic Public Services Commissioner Foster Campbell, who finished second in the primary. As the Democrats’ last chance to redeem themselves in a bruising election year, Campbell is flush with cash and feeling emboldened by Democrat John Bel Edwards’ 2015 victory in the governor’s race. Even if Campbell won, though, Republicans would still control the Senate.



Republican Advantage Numbers In Senate Hinge On Louisiana Runoff

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

Democrats have insisted that they will push to win the only outstanding Senate race in the country – a Dec. 10 runoff election in Louisiana – but it appears to be trending toward the Republican candidate, which would give the party an effective 52-48 majority next year. State Treasurer John N. Kennedy won the most votes.



Mike Johnson Headed For Runoff Election – December 10!

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

Johnson is a constitutional lawyer who has argued religious freedom cases for the Alliance Defending Freedom and has been awarded the “Outstanding Family Advocate” award by the Louisiana Family Forum. He has also been given an “A” rating by the NRA Political Action Fund.



GING-PAC Endorses John Kennedy For Louisiana Senate Seat

Nov 21st, 2016 | By

Kennedy graduated magna cum laude in political science, philosophy and economics from Vanderbilt, was president of his senior class, and elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the University of Virginia and his B.C.L. degree from Oxford University in England where he was a First Class Honors graduate. John is an adjunct professor at LSU Law School and is a volunteer substitute teacher for East Baton Rouge Parish public schools.



GING-PAC Candidate Mike Johnson Speaks On Culture War

Oct 21st, 2016 | By

Mike Johnson, a state representative in Louisiana, is running for the House of Representatives for the 4th District. He was recently in Shreveport at a local church to discuss his work on religious freedom and to discuss the culture war being waged against Christians in America.



National Organization For Marriage Endorses Fleming For United States Senate

Oct 17th, 2016 | By

John Fleming said: “I am proud to receive the endorsement of the National Organization for Marriage. It is critical that we preserve the traditional family and our right to religious expression, and NOM has led that fight to preserve the traditional family and religious liberty. Our culture is under assault and NOM is on the front lines of that fight, and I am proud to stand side-by-side with them.”



Mike Johnson For Congress!

Sep 26th, 2016 | By

Mike has the best chance of defeating the lone Democrat in the state’s December runoff because he brings unique advantages to the race.  For nearly twenty years, he has been persuasively communicating and advancing conservative policies and ideals in the courts, the court of public opinion, and most recently in the Louisiana Legislature.