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David Bruce Vitter  born May 3,  is an American lobbyist, lawyer, and politician who served as United States Senator for Louisiana from to He was the first Republican elected to the Senate from his state since the Reconstruction Era. Previously, he served in the United States House of Representatives , representing the suburban Louisiana's 1st congressional district. He served as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives before entering the U.
After his Senate term ended, Vitter joined the Washington, D. In , Vitter won a second Senate term by defeating a Democrat , then U. Traylor of Monroe , formerly from Winnsboro. Vitter unsuccessfully ran for governor to succeed the term-limited Bobby Jindal in the gubernatorial election. After conceding defeat to Edwards, Vitter announced that he would not seek reelection to his Senate seat in and would retire from office at the completion of his term.
In , Vitter admitted to and apologized for prior involvement with a Washington, D. He was first accused of soliciting a prostitute by a New Orleans newspaper in Since the statute of limitations for prostitution had expired when the scandal was uncovered, Vitter was never charged with a crime.
Raymond and Albert Leopold Vitter. He was a practicing lawyer ,   and adjunct law professor at Tulane and Loyola University New Orleans. Vitter and his wife Wendy , a former prosecutor,   have three daughters, Sophie, Lise, and Airey, and a son, Jack. Vitter's brother Jeffrey is a notable computer scientist who has served as chancellor of the University of Mississippi from January to December Vitter was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from to As a freshman representative, he filed two complaints against Governor Edwin W.
Edwards before the Louisiana Ethics Board. One questioned the financing of a trip Edwards took to Las Vegas , Nevada , where he attended an Evander Holyfield fight and gambled at Caesars Palace. The other questioned the involvement of Edwards' children in riverboat casinos. Vitter won a special election to Louisiana's 1st congressional district in , succeeding Republican U. Representative Bob Livingston , who resigned after disclosure that he had committed adultery. Treen finished first with 36, votes 25 percent.