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The Final Quack: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Finale Airs Tonight

Over the course of five years and 11 seasons, the family at the center A&E’s "Duck Dynasty" has become some of Louisiana’s highest profile personalities. Whether sounding off on local politics or topping with charts with a questionable holiday album, the Robertson clan have rode high on celebrity like a hunting boat on the Ouachita River. 

Trump's Duck In Hand

Bobby Jindal does not have much support at home. Now, the Candidate J is losing followers from his small base. This week, Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson defected from Candidate J to the Trump camp.

Jindal Picks Up Duck Dynasty Endorsement & Equality Condemnation

Bobby Jindal is no stranger to controversy. In fact, some pundits speculate that da Gov’ actively courts it. On Monday (4.13), Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson endorsed Bobby J’s unofficial bid for the POTUS position and Equality Louisiana slammed Jindal’s position on discrimination.

Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson Endorses Congress Candidate (VIDEOS)

One political newcomer running for Congress in north Louisiana has sounded the duck call, and he's gotten a response. Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson thought about making his own run for Congress in north Louisiana, but instead he's gotten behind a fellow businessman. In the final run-up to Saturday's runoff, Robertson filmed a commercial for Vance McAllister.

Poll Reports on Landrieu Race, Duck Dynasty, and Jindal

Although the upcoming race for a Senate seat is still in its infancy, Democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu is holding her own in a traditionally conservative state. In a Harper Polling/Conservative Intel poll of 596 respondents conducted on Aug 14-15, 47 percent of the respondents favored a Republican over a Democrat, but 44 percent responded favorably to Landrieu.

Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson Hearing Call of Congress, Says D.C. Mag

Louisiana political fixers and A&E execs thought the Bayou State's love of reality shows and charismatic campaigners would find a happy medium with a show about Edwin Edwards. But a special election has things moving toward a different dynasty. According to the Washington Examiner, Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson is being prodded to run for the special election to fill the spot of departing North Louisiana Congressman Rodney Alexander.

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