Senator David B. Vitter's Public Statements

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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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7/03/14 Happy 4th of July 6/04/14 Letter to Vincent Gray, Mayor of the District of Columbia - Liu Xiaobo Plaza 11/13/13 Letter to Sally Jewell, Secretary of the Interior - Plan to Designate National Monuments Without Congressional Approval 6/13/13 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - GOP Senators: National Monuments Become Administration's Latest Tool in War Against Oil and Gas 6/20/12 Vitter: NFL Commissioner Meeting with Sen. Durbin is PR Stunt 3/23/12 The Times-Picayune - Saints' Situation Has Senate's Attention 10/20/11 Senators Recognize Contributions of Stennis Space Center to Gulf Coast 9/10/10 Vitter Comments on Ninth Anniversary of September 11 12/18/09 Vitter's View: Taking Time to Give Thanks 5/20/09 Hearing Of The Senate Banking, Housing And Urban Affairs Committee - Oversight Of The Troubled Asset Relief Program 2/26/09 Vitter Introduces Legislation to Protect Hunting 5/07/08 Flood Insurance Reform and Modernization Act of 2007--Continued 2/13/08 Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008--Conference Report--Resumed 10/04/07 Water Resources Development Act of 2007 6/19/07 Vitter Pushes For Passport Improvements at Foreign Relations Committee Hearing 6/08/07 Vitter's View: Remembering D-Day 2/01/07 Senate Concurrent Resolution 8--Expressing The Support Of Congress For The Creation Of A National Hurricane Museum And Science Center In Southwest Lou 1/28/07 MSNBC Meet The Press-Transcript 1/05/07 Vitter's View: Fighting Corruption and Cronyism in Government 6/16/06 Vitter's View: Honoring Old Glory 4/24/06 Voluntarism 1/25/06 MSNBC Hardball - Transcript 9/06/05 DAR in Monroe, LA 3/16/05 Congressional Budget for the United States Government for the Fiscal Year 2006 6/07/04 Statement on the passing of former President Ronald Reagan