David Vitter is a bold, conservative reformer who's tackling our most significant problems with Louisiana common sense.

David works hard to truly represent us. He's held 380 town hall meetings in every Louisiana parish as well as 203 telephone town halls.  And he's refused Congress' lucrative Obamacare subsidy and retirement benefits.
As a state legislator, David led the fight for term limits against great odds – and won. He filed ethics complaints against illegal good ole boy deals – and won. And he cut wasteful spending and kept violent criminals in jail longer.

In the U.S. Senate, David has strongly opposed Obamacare, Obama’s unconstitutional executive orders, wasteful deficit spending, and amnesty for illegal immigrants. He’s fought relentlessly for hurricane recovery and protection, coastal restoration, the Second Amendment, and a culture of protecting life. Most recently, he’s led the fight against the Washington exemption from Obamacare, demanding that Washington live by the laws it passes on America.

Born and raised in Louisiana, David was chosen a Rhodes Scholar for his leadership skills.  He graduated with honors from Tulane Law School, where he was an articles editor of the law review, earned an economics degree with highest honors from Oxford University, and graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard.

David and his wife Wendy live in Metairie with their four children Sophie, Lise, Airey, and Jack, and their rescue dog Ranger, who thinks he’s a fifth child.

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