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Julia Letlow wins Louisiana special election to replace husband in Congress

Julia Letlow wins Louisiana special election to replace husband in Congress

Julia Letlow, the widow of Luke Letlow who died of complications related to COVID-19 last year, made history Saturday as the first Republican woman elected to Congress from Louisiana. Letlow takes over the would-be seat of her late husband. Letlow was endorsed by former President Trump. ’I will listen more than I speak and seek to find solutions to our region’s challenges,’ she said on her win.

Kathy
Kathy
Drunkin Lephrechaun
Drunkin Lephrechaun 0 months

Neutral and Edwin You have to ask this fundamental question that admittedly sets a very low bar; “Could she do more damage to our nation than Pelosi?” That being said, welcome congresswoman!

edwin
edwin 0 months

Ugh, as much as I like to see the left denied a seat, I get the feeling this was a sympathy vote. There is nothing of note about her background readily available, and marketing/administration is not exactly the only thing I want to see on a candidates resume. Hope she does well, but not alit if expectations here.

Neutral
Neutral 0 months

@Edwin. Your spot on IMO. I mean I'm sorry for anyone's loss in that situation but seriously?! Looks like she is in the position now so hopefully her talent shines through..otherwise it's a waste of hers and our time..and money.

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