As we continue to focus on this issue globally, let's not forget that right in our backyard, in the United States, in the South, we still don't seem to have the kind of handle on this disease that would seem appropriate at this timeU.S. AIDS cases mostly in South Jul 22, 2004
I take personal responsibility for the error, and I apologize to anyone who was misled by these ads, which ran for less than two weeks on one radio station in New Orleans. I have supported all but one of President (George W.) Bush's judicial nominees. However, Mr. Estrada has refused to answer even the most basic legal questions put before him by the Judiciary Committee and I cannot at this time vote for him ... At this time, however, I am supporting the filibusterUPI's Capital Comment for Feb. 12, 2003 Feb 12, 2003
Mary Landrieu is so liberal, she might be closer to Hillary than I amLouisiana to decide final Senate race Dec 06, 2002
We would have loved to go over 50 percent, but we were running against eight candidates. This is a great victoryLandrieu faces Dec. 7 runoff with Terrell Nov 06, 2002
The Democrats thought they had it in the bag. Sometimes I think they believe too much of their own pr. Sure, they had the advantage of incumbency working in their favor and they rolled out all the Democrat big guns... Both Gores campaigned for Landrieu... Dick Gephardt and Tom Daschle worked the state hard - so did all the other potential 2004 presidential candidates -- boy, was Howard Dean a tough sell out in the farm country. Anyway, Bill Clinton came in for theCommentary: Dream state Sep 01, 2002
Mary Loretta Landrieu (pronounced /ˈlændruː/, LAN-droo; born November 23, 1955) is the senior United States Senator from the State of Louisiana, and is the second woman elected to the U.S. Senate from Louisiana. Landrieu is the daughter of former New Orleans mayor and Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Moon Landrieu and the sister of the current Mayor of New Orleans and former Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana Mitch Landrieu. By national standards, Landrieu is among the most conservative Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and is a member of the New Democrat Coalition.
Landrieu was born in Arlington, Virginia to Verna Satterlee and former New Orleans mayor Moon Landrieu, and raised in New Orleans. She was raised as a Roman Catholic and attended Ursuline Academy of New Orleans. She graduated from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in 1977 where she was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. Before entering politics, she worked as a real estate agent. She was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1980 to 1988, representing a New Orleans-based district. She then served as Louisiana state treasurer from 1988–1996, having succeeded the veteran officeholder, Mary Evelyn Parker. In the 1987 primary for treasurer, she defeated two legislative colleagues, Kevin P. Reilly, Sr., chief executive officer at the time of Lamar Advertising Company in Baton Rouge, and Claude "Buddy" Leach, a former U.S. representative and the current chairman of the Louisiana Democratic Party. Landrieu gave up the treasurer's office to run for governor of Louisiana in 1995, but finished third in the state's jungle primary (which at that time was considered the actual election in Louisiana). The eventual winner was Democrat-turned-Republican Murphy J. "Mike" Foster, Jr.
Landrieu and her husband, attorney Frank Snellings (born 1949), who grew up in Monroe, have two children, Connor and Mary Shannon. Her son Connor is currently an enrolled student at Tulane University in New Orleans.