Boustany had 60.91 percent to Landry's 39.09 percent in the race.
Boustany released a statement about the win. He said, "The voices of the people in the 3rd Congressional District were heard loud and clear tonight. I would like to thank my wife and family along with my campaign staff who sacrificed to get us to this point. I remain honored and humbled to serve as South Louisiana's primary voice on Capitol Hill. With the help of thousands of volunteers and supporters, we ran a tough campaign which culminated in tonight's resounding victory. I am proud of your efforts and will always be grateful for them."