Who Won Louisiana Elections in 2006?
Only members of the House of Representatives were up for election in Louisiana in 2006. Republican incumbents like Bobby Jindal in the 1st District, Richard Baker in the 6th District, and Charles Boustany in the 7th District won landslide victories.
In Louisiana's 2nd District, incumbent William Jefferson (pictured left) needed a special runoff election on December 9 to defeat fellow Democrat Karen Carter and return to Congress.
|1st District||Bobby Jindal||REP||Incumbent||88.1%|
|2nd District||William J Jefferson||DEM||Incumbent||Runoff|
|3rd District||Charlie Melancon||DEM||Incumbent||55.0%|
|4th District||Jim McCrery||REP||Incumbent||57.4%|
|5th District||Rodney Alexander||REP||Incumbent||68.3%|
|6th District||Richard Baker||REP||Incumbent||82.8%|
|7th District||Charles Boustany||REP||Incumbent||70.7%|