Louisiana is not generally considered a liberal state, and its Senators are considered quite conservative. However, one of those Senators, Mary Landrieu, is more likely than the other, David Vitter, to vote for ENDA, making Louisiana a very important state for ENDA.
There are also two Representatives in the House who are likely to vote for ENDA with a little encouragement.
Please call Senator Landrieu. Her vote is very, very important to ENDA.
If you have a little extra time, you can also contact the two Louisiana Representatives.
Contact info and more after the jump.
Senator Mary Landrieu - 504-589-2427 (click here for email)
She is among the most conservative Democrats in the Senate, but she cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity and she voted for hate crimes.
Two House Representatives worth calling
Rep. Joseph Cao - 504-483-2325 (Email)
He is a Republican who, according to Wikipedia, sits in the most Democratic district in the country. He voted yes on the hate crimes bill.
Rep. Bill Cassidy - 225-929-7711 (Email)
He is a Republican who also sits in a majority Democratic district. He voted yes on the hate crimes bill.
Other Louisiana Legislators
Leaning no - but worth a call
Rep. Steve Scalise - voted no on hate crimes - 504-837-1259 (Email)
Rep. John Fleming - voted no on hate crimes - 337-238-0778 (Email)
Probably not - but redemption is always possible
Senator David Vitter (R- LA) 225-383-0331 (Email)
Rep. Charlie Melancon - voted against ENDA in 2007 - 985-876-3033 (Email)
Rep. Rodney Alexander - voted against ENDA in 2007 - 318-445-0818 (Email)
Charles W. Boustany Jr. - voted against ENDA in 2007 - 337-433-1747 (Email)