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State Results

La. Senate%
 Declared WinnerLandrieu* (D) 46
 Terrell (R) 27
 Cooksey (R) 14
 Other 13
100% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for La.


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GOP Wins '02's Tightest Race
The recount results are finally finalized in Colorado's 7th Congressional District, and Republican Bob Beauprez finished ahead of Democrat Mike Feeley by just 121 votes.

La. Election News
GOP Outmaneuvered in La. Runoff (Post, Dec. 9, 2002)

Landrieu Beats GOP Challenge In Louisiana: Democrat Takes 52% of Vote In Runoff for Senate Seat (Post, Dec. 8, 2002)

Trash Talk Drags La. Runoff Through Mud: Close Senate Race Marked by Bitter Exchanges Between Landrieu, GOP Challenger (Post, Dec. 7, 2002)

Landrieu Supporters Raising Cane With Terrell Over Sugar Issue (Congressional Quarterly, Dec. 5, 2002; 8:20 PM)

Landrieu's Vote Support for Bush Grew in 2002 (Congressional Quarterly, Dec. 4, 2002; 6:15 PM)

Bush Goes for 'Icing' in Louisiana: GOP Pours Cash Into Senate Race Viewed as '04 Test (Post, Dec. 4, 2002)

Landrieu Works to Solidify Black Base in Overtime Senate Contest (Congressional Quarterly, Dec. 2, 2002; 9:30 PM)

The Longest Race: Louisiana's Mary Landrieu Didn't Lose on Election Day. But She Hasn't Won Yet. (Post, Nov. 26, 2002)

A Belated Backing in La. (Post, Nov. 19, 2002)

Landrieu Aims to Avoid Making Louisiana History: A GOP Senator Would Be State's First (Post, Nov. 14, 2002)

GOP Group Won't Back Cooksey: Party to Back Rival in Louisiana Senatorial Race (Post, Aug. 28, 2002)

Foster Says He Won't Run Against Landrieu, Endorses Cooksey (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 26, 2002; 2:50 PM)

Landrieu vs. Foster, Maybe (Post, Aug. 21, 2002)

Sen. Landrieu's Field of Challengers Grows (Congressional Quarterly, July 10, 2002; 4:50 PM)

Ally of Landrieu's '96 Foe May Challenge La. Senator (Congressional Quarterly, May 28, 2002; 2:09 PM)

In La., House Race Simmering to a Slow Boil (Congressional Quarterly, May 7, 2002; 9:00 AM)

Cooksey Has Clear Shot at Landrieu's Seat (Congressional Quarterly, April 3, 2002; 6:42 PM)

To GOP, Cleland Not a Miller, Landrieu Not a Breaux (Post, Dec. 9, 2001)

Cooksey May Face New Challengers (Post, Oct. 16, 2001)


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