Senator David B. Vitter's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: David B. Vitter
Current Office: U.S. Senate - Jr, Republican
First Elected: 11/02/2004
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2016
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Wendy; 4 Children: Sophie, Lise, Airey, Jack
Birth Date: 05/03/1961
Birth Place: New Orleans, LA
Home City: Metairie, LA
Religion: Roman Catholic
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2/12/14 Vitter Amendment to Veterans' Cost of Living Adjustment would Authorize Lafayette, Lake Charles VA Clinics 8/01/13 Letter to Kathryn Ruemmler, Counsel to the President - Obamacare Implementation 7/24/13 Hatch, Johnson, Vitter Introduce No Bailout Amendment 3/22/13 Johnson Offers Amendments to Protect Taxpayers 1/14/13 Vitter Reiterates Need for Spending Cuts, Calls for Full Faith and Credit Act 3/28/12 The Times-Picayune - Vitter Touts Landrieu's Continued Support for Obamacare; She Thanks Him for Spreading the Word 3/23/12 Vitter's View: Obamacare: Two Years Too Many 3/23/12 Vitter on Obamacare Anniversary: Two Years Too Many 7/14/11 Vitter Questions Bernanke on Market Reaction to Debt Limit Increase 3/23/11 Vitter Statement on Obamacare - One Year Later 2/28/11 Patent Reform Act of 2011 2/08/11 Vitter Works to Protect Social Security During Debt Limit Debate 7/07/10 Vitter Comments on Obama's Recess Appointment of Berwick 3/23/10 Vitter Offers "Repeal It" Amendment to Reconciliation Bill 3/22/10 Tax on Bonuses Received from Certain TARP Recipients 3/03/10 Vitter Responds to President's Endorsement of Reconciliation Strategy 12/24/09 Shreveport Times - Louisiana Purchase? More like Louisiana Sell-Out. 7/28/08 Vitter Introduces Social Security Protection Bill 2/07/08 Senators Target Medicare Fraud 9/05/07 Vitter Investigates Reforms to Protect Seniors from Fraud 3/09/07 Vitter's View: I Want to Hear from You 1/28/07 MSNBC Meet The Press-Transcript 9/13/04 Vitter Urges Louisiana to Get Prepared 1/01/ Letter to Friends After Nov. 2, 2004 Election 1/01/11 Issue Position: Social Security Issue Position: Social Security