Republicans are looking to put a bow on this year’s election victories with a final Senate win this weekend in Louisiana.
The former French Colony has it's own way of doing things. One of those uniquely Bayou processes is the general election run-off. It's a non-partisan general election (candidates are identified by party, but all parties are lumped together in one election). Four years ago, US Senator, Mary Landreau, faced a December defeat in a similar scenario.
The GOP took control of Washington last month, with Republican Donald Trump staging an upset White House victory and Democrats failing to retake the House or Senate. But the GOP hopes to widen its slim majority in the upper chamber in Louisiana on Saturday, when two finalists compete in a runoff for the open seat of retiring GOP Sen. David Vitter.
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