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The junior United States Senator from Louisiana since 2005.
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ENG: David Bruce Vitter (born May 3, 1961) is the junior United States Senator from Louisiana and a member of the Republican Party. Previously, he served in the United States House of Representatives, representing the suburban Louisiana's 1st congressional district. He served as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives before entering the U.S. House.In July 2007, Vitter was identified as a client of a prostitution service. He won a second term in the November 2 general election, defeating a Democratic challenge from U.S. Representative Charlie Melancon of Napoleonville, the seat of Assumption Parish. In the Republican primary held on August 28, 2010, Vitter handily defeated former Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Chet D. Traylor of Monroe, formerly from Winnsboro. Early ...
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Vitter confident in election's final hours


METAIRIE, La. -- David Vitter and his wife Wendy showed up at about 10:15 a.m. in Metairie to vote at the new fire house in the I-10 Service Road in Bonnabel. “Well I’m not making any predictions, we’re just working hard. We’re here to vote, do our part in terms of Election Day, and then we’re all around this part of the state, all day, sign waving, going door to door. We have an army of volunteers, which is so humbling,” Vitter said. “So we’re just working past 8 p.m.” Vitter voted in Metaire, but also campaigned in Gretna, ...


Vitter, Dardenne triumph in midterm elections


David Vitter and Jay Dardenne claimed victory Tuesday in Louisiana's two highest-profile midterm elections. Nationally, Republicans took the House of Representatives but failed to take the Senate, though not all races had been decided by press time. Vitter, the incumbent Republican Senator, earned 57 percent of the vote to keep his seat, beating Democratic challenger Charlie Melancon's 38 percent, according to unofficial numbers from the Secretary of State's office. Vitter was favored heavily to win the contest, given his double-digit leads in polls and millions more in campaign ...


David Vitter Cruises to Victory in Louisiana Senate Race


Republican David Vitter has won his bid for reelection to Senate in Louisiana, defeating his Democratic rival, U.S. Rep. Charlie Melancon. ABC News projected Vitter the winner less than an hour af ter polls closed Tuesday night, with 1,513 out of 3,877 precincts reporting. Final, unofficial tallies by Louisiana's Secretary of State gave Vitter 57 percent of the votes, compared to Melancon's 38 percent. The win gives Vitter a second term. He was first elected to the post in 2004, the first Republican approved by Louisiana voters to hold a U.S. Senate seat since Reconstruction. Vitter ...



 
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