Louisiana Senate election
Brandon McMorris lacks a reliable third party news source confirming his candidacy. Until and unless one is found that mentions his candidacy, he should not be included. Also, third parties are not included in the infobox until they're polling at 5%. Furthermore, comments like "Note that these polls were conducted using only select candidates from the Democratic Party and Republican Party. Other eligible candidates were omitted from the polling questions." are not encyclopedic. People can tell for themselves which parties are included and which aren't. Finally, the edit you are reverting to contains polling errors. PPP did not poll Landieu/Cassidy/Maness twice, they polled Landieu/Cassidy/Maness and Landieu/Cassidy/Guillory/Maness; and separating the polls for the jungle primary is not helpful. If you have any questions, please reply here or on the article's talk page. Do not revert again or you may be blocked for edit warring. Thank you, Tiller54 (talk) 21:04, 26 December 2013 (UTC)
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Hello, I'm Mark Arsten. I noticed that you recently removed some content from Talk:United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2014, with
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