Monday, 21 March 2011 15:34
Louisiana Senator Chabert Leaves Democrats For GOP
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Louisiana Sen. Norby Chabert, from Little Cailou has jumped from Democrat to republican and is the latest Democratic Party loss. Chabert is the fourth Democrat in the Senate to switch parties as the Democrats have lost majorities in the Louisiana Senate and House.  

Chabert had supported President Barack Obama for President.  chabert has repeated the oft-spoken phrase that the Democratic Party has lost touch with the mainsteam.

Press release by Chabert http://senate.legis.state.la.us/chabert/releases/2011/032111.pdf

Senator Norby Chabert Takes on New Responsibility in Senate
(November 30, 2010)

Senator Chabert Says that Informational Hearing is an Important Step in Finding the Solution to Oil Spill Problem (06/11/2010)

Senator Norby Chabert Provides Oil Spill Contact Information to the Public (May 3, 2010)

Gulf of Mexico - Transocean Drilling Incident (April 28, 2010)

Sen. Chabert Named to Commerce Committee (April 8, 2010)

Sen. Chabert Takes on New Leadership Responsibilities in Louisiana State Senate (September 30, 2009)

Senator Norby  Chabert

Party
Republican

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Capitol Office
P.O. Box 94183
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
(225) 342-2040

District Office
P.O. Box 2417
Houma, LA 70361
(985) 858-2927

Fax
(985) 858-2930

Legislative Assistant
Kelli Walker

 

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