David Vitter

Wendy Vitter refused to tell senators if she still agrees with a speech she gave at a 2013 anti-abortion rally.
The move would be unconstitutional and compromise vital Census data.
A runoff election took place after neither candidate earned 50 percent of the vote in October.
Voters head to the polls tomorrow in Louisiana to elect Bobby Jindal’s successor. Most Americans are against allowing Syrian refugees into the country, a sentiment that's nothing new in the U.S. And the Paris attacks aren’t likely to have a big effect on the election, but but could bring foreign policy to the forefront of the race. This is HuffPollster for Friday, November 20, 2015.
The social conservatives are choosing to overlook Vitter's past.
The candidates vying to replace Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal are also facing off Tuesday evening.
Can you guess what aspect of David Vitter's checkered past Edwards is emphasizing? Come on, you can do it, just guess!