Sen. David Vitter files material with U. S. Attorney’s Office & FBI entailing Edwards’ campaign operatives’ actions.

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On Monday, November 9, 2015, appearing before the Baton Rouge Press Club in a gubernatorial forum, U. S. Sen. David Vitter, the Republican in the race, stated that his campaign filed formal paperwork, complete with sworn affidavits against operatives of his Democratic opponent, John Bel Edwards.  Vitter alleges the Edwards campaign operatives “paid for false testimony from witnesses against me.”  Video of Vitter’s statements and John Bel Edwards’ response follows:


Vitter-Edwards exchange on campaign
investigators and trackers.


Vitter-Edwards exchange on Edwards’
“pledge  to take 5,500 inmates out of
Louisiana’s prison system.”

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Following on heels of Treasurer Kennedy’s resounding endorsement of David Vitter, Burns follows 6 days later with a 7-minute “fire and brimstone sermonette.”

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On Friday, October 30, 2015, Louisiana Treasurer John Neely Kennedy gave a resounding endorsement of Republican candidate for Governor, David Bruce Vitter.  Afterward, he indicated one of his frustrations of this campaign has been a lack of motivation and enthusiasm.  To that end, Robert Burns conducted the following 7-minute “fire and brimstone sermonette” six days later, Thursday, November 5, 2015:

 

  
Burns gives 7-minute “fire and brimstone
sermonette” for David Bruce Vitter,
Republican candidate for Governor of
Louisiana.  The election is
Saturday, November 21, 2015.
CLICK HERE to see the damage the state’s
$50,000 civil jury trial threshold
imposes on the  underprivileged, of whom Vitter
opponent John Bel Edwards  touts as being a champion.

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Attorney General candidate Geraldine Broussard Baloney endorses Jeff Landry who, in turn, comments on incumbent Caldwell office’s “outrageous witness tampering.”

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On Monday, November 2, 2015, appearing before the Baton Rouge Press Club,  Attorney General candidate Geraldine Broussard Baloney, a Democrat, who finished 3rd in the primary with 187,575 votes (or 17.62% of all votes cast) formally endorses Republican Jeff Landry for the runoff election of November 21, 2015. Landry finished second in the race with 347,605 (32.65%) and faces incumbent Buddy Caldwell, whom Baloney criticized heavily in her presentation to the Press Club and in an interview afterward, in that runoff election.


Baloney endorses Landry & criticizes Caldwell after the meeting.


Landry graciously accepts endorsement and also
criticizes Caldwell after the meeting.


Landry addresses accusations of “outrageous witness tampering”  in the CNSI trial lodged by CNSI attorney Mike McKay and a claim by CNSI attorney Lewis Unglesby that Caldwell’s office is acting as the “handmaiden” to keep Louisiana’s Medicaid processing contract, the largest ever let by Louisiana at $200 million +, in the hands of the long-time holder, Melina.


Landry contrasts how he would handle a board or commission
whistleblower situation with how Caldwell handled it
as depicted on the video above.


Landry comments on incumbent AG Buddy Caldwell’s
decision to decline to attend the meeting.

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