Campbell's report, which stretches 1264 pages, shows that more than fifty-thousand donors gave an average of $44.73. Kennedy raised less than $13,000 from donors who gave less than $100, showing most of his contributions came from wealthier individuals.
"John Kennedy has already joined the D.C. insider's club. But I'm fighting for the people and together we will be revoking his membership card," said Campbell.
"Mr. Kennedy is so weak he won't even debate me. He made time to punch his membership card to the insiders club in Washington with two D.C. fundraising events last week. He's making time to talk to deep-pocketed, corporate lobbyists, but he won't make time to talk to the people of Louisiana. He's pitiful," said Campbell.
Foster Campbell has agreed to attend three Louisiana Senate Runoff debates including events hosted by the Baton Rouge Press Club, Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) and the Council For a Better Louisiana (CABL), and Nextsar/WVLA TV. However, Campbell's campaign was made aware Friday, that State Treasurer John Kennedy has opted to skip the LPB/CABL and Baton Rouge Press Club debates.
"I will stand up to anyone who wants to sell our seniors out to Wall-Street. What is being proposed in Washington would absolutely gut our already struggling seniors in Louisiana," said Campbell. "On the other hand, John Kennedy has a record of helping Bobby Jindal borrow from Wall-Street banks in bad deals that have cost our taxpayers hundreds of millions. His record shows he doesn't have the guts to do what's right."
“I am thankful to have the support of IWO and women throughout the state of Louisiana. Facts are facts, and it’s a fact that our state will not move forward without policies that support women and their families. That’s why, as a United States Senator, I will continue to value the voices of Louisiana women, and I will raise my voice for equal pay, paid family leave, and policies that support victims of domestic violence,” said Campbell.
"President-elect Trump and I will have a lot of things we can work on together. He has said that we need term limits and ban on lobbying for former members of Congress. I'll enthusiastically sponsor the bills to make it happen. And of course we'll fix our busted roads, bridges, and ports," said Campbell. "But when it comes to Bobby Jindal we all have a responsibility to warn President-elect Trump about Bobby Jindal's budget gimmicks that bankrupted our state. He can't be trusted."
"I support these student demands. It is downright offensive that Duke is allowed in the auditorium on their campus and they aren't," said Campbell. "It's becoming very clear that the sponsor of the event has put their desire for television ratings ahead of what is best for the students at Dillard and our state as a whole."
‘Caroline Fayard should be ashamed of herself.’ ‘Asinine’ ‘Baseless Smear’ ‘Dirty Trick’ ‘Offensive’
In the wake of a false and misleading television ad aired by Caroline Fayard in her struggling campaign against Foster Campbell, elected officials and a prominent civil rights icon have aggressively rejected her campaign. Their comments will figure prominently this week in television and radio ads in support of Foster Campbell.
A day after national news outlets got ahold of Caroline Fayard's false attack ad, they went to work mocking her team's incompetence and the content of her ad. Community leaders in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, where Fayard's malicious, false attacks are airing, are up in arms.