Louisiana gubernatorial candidate Sen. David Vitter, R-La., center, and his wife Wendy, left, are comforted by their supporters after announcing his defeat at his election night watch party in Kenner, La., Saturday. Vitter said he is not going to run again for the U.S. Senate after losing in an upset race for governor to Democrat John Bel Edwards.
Louisiana gubernatorial candidate Sen. David Vitter, R-La., center, and his wife Wendy, left, are comforted by their supporters after announcing his defeat at his election night watch party in Kenner, La., Saturday. Vitter said he is not going to run again for the U.S. Senate after losing in an upset race for governor to Democrat John Bel Edwards. Max Becherer AP
Louisiana gubernatorial candidate Sen. David Vitter, R-La., center, and his wife Wendy, left, are comforted by their supporters after announcing his defeat at his election night watch party in Kenner, La., Saturday. Vitter said he is not going to run again for the U.S. Senate after losing in an upset race for governor to Democrat John Bel Edwards. Max Becherer AP
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California GOP consultant Rob Stutzman helped sink Vitter in Louisiana

November 24, 2015 11:16 AM