In related news, Nancy Pelosi said in prepared statements that she personally was ready to lead "the most honest, the most open and the most ethical Congress in history."
So, she'll be getting a golden opportunity to remove an egregiously dishonest and corrupt democrat on her first day. I can't wait to see how she handles the Jefferson issue. I'm guessing nothing at all happens.
I'm informed this isn't really a "win". He now has to participate in a runnoff against Karen Carter. I'm betting he wins that one though since he'll have the power of incumbency and preferred committee assignments compared to a freshman.
|1,142||1%||Eric T. Bradley(R)|
|11,052||12%||Troy "C" Carter(D)|
|117||0%||Deven "D. C." Collins(D)|
|27,706||30%||William J. Jefferson(D)|
|397||0%||Gregory W. "Rhumbline" Kahn(L)|
|12,405||13%||Joseph "Joe" Lavigne(R)|
|396||0%||M. V. "Vinny" Mendoza(D)|
|248||0%||Lawrence William "Lance" von Uhde, III(R)|