Who Won Louisiana Elections in 2012?
Incumbents won all the congressional races in Louisiana in 2012. However the 3rd district had two incumbents running. Because of the 2010 census Louisiana lost a seat in the House. The 7th District which Charles Boustany represented was no more, so he ran in the 3rd against Jeff Landry. The race went to a runoff, with Boustany winning.
All the other incumbents won rather easily.
Mitt Romney won Louisiana's eight electoral votes with 57.8% of the vote.
|1st District||Steve Scalise||REP||Incumbent||66.6%|
|2nd District||Cedric Richmond||DEM||Incumbent||55.2%|
|3rd District||Charles Boustany||REP||Incumbent||60.9% (Runoff)|
|4th District||John Fleming||REP||Incumbent||75.3%|
|5th District||Rodney Alexander||REP||Incumbent||77.8%|
|6th District||Bill Cassidy||REP||Incumbent||79.4%|