Mary Landreiu

Are Big 3 Senate Races Slipping From Dems?

James Hohmann, Politico

A month out from the election, Republicans are seeing subtle but perceptible signs that contests in Alaska, Arkansas and Louisiana — all three pivotal in the battle for the Senate — are finally breaking their way.

Landrieu Subpoenaed to Defend La. Residency Claims

Cathy Burke, NewsMax

Louisiana Dem. Sen. Mary Landrieu has been issued a subpoena for a court hearing Fri. to defend her state residency claims. Landrieu, who is Louisiana's only remaining statewide Dem. official, is considered one of the most vulnerable lawmakers running for re-election this fall.

10 Most Vulnerable Senators

Kyle Trygstad and Alexis Levinson, Roll Call

Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., is still in a perilous political position, but Louisiana Sen. Mary L. Landrieu has leapfrogged him on the list to become the Senate’s most vulnerable incumbent. Mitch McConnell was the only Repub. to make the list.

Senate Spoilers: 6 States to Watch for 3rd-Party Candidates

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

As both Dems & Repubs. calculate their odds of a Senate majority, several 3rd party candidates are complicating their math. Popular dissatisfaction with both parties, and bitter campaigns, have helped boost 3rd-party candidates in a number of states into the high single digits.

Will the US Chamber Back Dem. Mary Landrieu?

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

Avowed enemy of conservatives and champion of corporate welfare the US Chamber of Commerce is reportedly considering backing Dem. Mary Landrieu over Bill Cassidy in the LA Sen. race. NY Times columnist Joe Nocera may have inadvertently leaked plans on the part of the Chamber to back Landrieu.