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2010 Congressional/Gubernatorial Elections Project Louisiana: 1.) The offices open are from the House and Senate only. 2.) Senate: -David Vitter (Republican) [Incumbent] -Charlie Melancon (Democrat) -Randall Hayes (Libertarian) -Milton Gordon (Independent) -Bob Lang (Independent) -Mike Spears (Independent) -Ernest Wooten (Independent) House: District 1: -Steve Scalise (R) [Incumbent] -Myron Katz (D) District 2: -Joseph Cao (R) [Incumbent] -Cedric Richmond (D) -Anthony Marquize (I) -Ron Austin (I) District 3: -Charlie Melancon (D) (Running for Senate) [Incumbent] -Ravi Sangisetty (D) -Jeff Landry (R)
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District 4: -John Fleming (R) [Incumbent] -David Melville (D) -Artis Cash (I) District 5: -Rodney Alexander (R) [Incumbent] -Tom Gibbs, Jr. (I) District 6: -Bill Cassidy (R) [Incumbent] -Merritt McDonald, Sr. (D) District 7: -Charles Boustany, Jr. (R) (Unopposed) [Incumbent] 4.) -David Vitter: Prior to his service in the U.S. Senate, David represented the First Congressional District of Louisiana from 1999 - 2004. Prior to his service in the U.S. Senate, David represented the First Congressional District of Louisiana from 1999 - 2004. -Charlie Melancon: In 2004, Charlie was elected to the U.S. House of
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