GotNews.com will be publishing a series of stories on Mary Landrieu in the coming days based upon our research. If you’d like to help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker left out key details in a story about Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu’s DC residence. Gotnews.com has obtained the research material that was sent to Rucker for his story.
Unfortunately, The Post story left a lot of material and we will begin filling in the holes in the coming days.
Here’s Landrieu’s husband, Frank Snellings, about me page on his website.
“After practicing law in Monroe, Louisiana for 19 years while serving as an elected parish official for 12, our family moved to DC in 1997 upon my wife Mary Landrieu’s election to the U.S. Senate.”
On the way to work, she and her husband, Frank Snellings, a lawyer, passed the lot where they’re planning to break ground this fall, a former parking area for a doctor’s office. Nearby, they pointed out, are their drug store, their dry cleaner and their pediatrician’s office. But for all their efforts to move here permanently, they were silent for a long moment when asked how they like Washington. [Emphasis ours]
Landrieu is one of only four senators who don’t use a home state address for their filings. (The others are John McCain, Diane Feinstein, and Lamar Alexander.)
GotNews.com wanted to see how much Mary Landrieu loves DC and we dispatched a photographer to her home.
We don’t know if any of these cars are Mary Landrieu’s though we found no Louisiana cars at the location.
We will have more on Mary Landrieu in the coming days.
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) August 29, 2014