Sunday, April 5, 2009

Jindal-Endorsed Creationist Loses Battle for Louisiana Senate Seat

Baton Rouge lawyer Dan Claitor beat businessman and fellow Republican Lee Domingue — the candidate with Gov. Bobby Jindal’s backing — to win the state Senate District 16 seat in Saturday’s special election.

Claitor garnered 11,713 or 66 percent of the vote to Domingue’s 6,114 or 34 percent, based on complete but unofficial election returns.

Domingue far out-raised and outspent Claitor in the election to fill a vacancy created when Republican Bill Cassidy was elected to the U.S. Congress.

Claitor won 91 of the district’s 103 precincts most of them by wide margins.
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(via LGF)

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