So we'll have to wait one more day to get a glimpse of Sen. David Vitter, as he canceled a town hall that was scheduled for today. Sen. Vitter's office released this statement yesterday: "U.S. Sen. David Vitter will reschedule his St. Helena town hall meeting to a date to be determined. Vitter is returning to Washington, D.C., for votes in the U.S Senate."
So which airport will he be arriving at, DCA or IAD? There are three nonstop flights that land from New Orleans today to DCA: One lands at 9:30am, a second one at 2:19pm, and the last one arrives at 7:38pm this evening.
Meanwhile, GOP gubernatorial candidate Bobby Jindal (R) finally issued a statement on Vitter over the weekend: "Like so many, I have been disappointed by the senator's actions. Even though we are disappointed, my wife and I certainly keep him and his family in our prayers. This is something the senator is going to have to address and I hope he will do that. Certainly, I don't want anybody taking political advantage of it, but it's something he does have to address."
Also of note, ex-Rep. Bob Livingston -- the Louisiana Republican who had to resign over his extra-marital affairs and was eventually replaced by Vitter in Congress -- said Vitter should NOT resign. Livingston said Vitter should "pick himself up and charge forward."