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A WPA poll of n=500 likely runoff voters conducted November 24-25, 2014 on behalf of Independent Women's Voice shows that Bill Cassidy is solidly ahead of Mary Landrieu even if she manages to substantially increase African American turnout.
Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy is poised for a landslide victory over Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu in a Saturday runoff election in Louisiana, according to a GOP poll shared with the Washington Examiner.
With less than two weeks until the U.S. Senate run-off election in Louisiana, the Republican wave will continue, as three-term incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu faces what could be the biggest landslide loss by any incumbent Democrat in the 2014 cycle.
The Left is trying to tell us that ObamaCare has receded as a campaign issue because voters are by and large satified with the law. Nothing could be further from the truth...
These have been a tough few years. In discussions around kitchen tables throughout America, families have had to cope with higher healthcare costs, cancelled coverage, and fewer options for care. They've had to deal with lost jobs, fewer hours and less take-home pay. To turn this around, the Independent Women's Voice seeks to recognize leaders who understand the complex challenges of healthcare reform, and encourage them to continue their work for the American people.
Healthcare Leadership Awards recognize leaders who are willing to fight for greater choice, lower out-of-pocket costs, a stronger bond between a patient and her doctor, and greater access to high-quality, affordable healthcare. Each of the 2014 recipients has been a vocal and outspoken leader in the promotion of sensible and innovative patient-focused health care reform
Republicans might take some comfort from the generic ballot question (asked of 1,000 likely voters) — “If the election for U.S. Congress were being held today, for whom would you vote, the Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate for Congress from this district?” — The GOP leads 42 percent to 36 percent on average, as well as in every district type (“Leans GOP”: 43 percent Republican to 33 percent Democrat; “Toss Up”: GOP leads 42 percent to 35 percent; and “Leans Dem”: GOP is ahead 40 percent to 39 percent).