Tuesday, 13 September 2011 16:30
Jindal Picks Endorsements for Louisiana Elections
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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has announced his endorsements of various state elections.

Included in this group of endorsements are Insurance Commissioner, Commissioner of Agriculture, Attorney General and Treasurer.

Not included are the Secretary of State race and the Lt. Governor's election.  Two Republicans are running for each of those elections.

JIndal, a Republican also picked Democrats, some unopposed.  

Below is Governor Jindal's picks:


Insurance Commissioner: Jim Donelon
Commissioner of Agriculture: Mike Strain
Attorney General: Buddy Caldwell
Treasurer: John Kennedy

Board of Elementary and Secondary Education

BESE District 1    James Garvey
BESE District 3    Glenny Lee Buquet
BESE District 4    Walter Lee
BESE District 5    Jay Guillot
BESE District 6    Chas Roemer
BESE District 7    Holly Boffy

Louisiana State Senate

SD01    AG Crowe
SD06    Bodi White
SD07    David Heitmeier
SD08    John A.  Alario, Jr.
SD09    Conrad Appel
SD10    Daniel "Danny" Martiny
SD11    Jack Donahue
SD15    Sharon Weston Broome
SD16    Dan Claitor
SD17    Rick Ward III
SD18    "Jody" Amedee
SD19    Garrett Monti
SD20    Norby Chabert
SD22    Fred Mills
SD23    Patrick Page Cortez
SD25    Dan "Blade" Morrish
SD26    Jonathan Perry
SD27    Ronnie Johns
SD28    Paul “Doc” Miller
SD29    Rick Gallot
SD30    John Smith
SD31    Gerald Long
SD32    Neil Riser
SD33    Mike Walsworth
SD34    Francis Thompson
SD35    Bob Kostelka
SD37    Jane Smith

Louisiana House of Representatives

HD01    James Morris
HD04    Patrick Williams
HD05    Alan Seabaugh
HD06    Thomas Carmody
HD07    Richard T. Burford
HD09    Henry L. Burns
HD13    James R. Fannin
HD14    Samuel P. Little
HD15    Frank A. Hoffmann
HD18    Major Thibaut
HD19    Charles R. "Bubba" Chaney
HD20    Steve Pylant
HD21    John F. "Andy" Anders
HD22    Billy R. Chandler
HD24    Frank A. Howard
HD28    Kirby Roy III
HD31    Nancy Landry
HD33    Michael E Danahay
HD35    Brett F. Geymann
HD36    Chuck Kleckley
HD37    John E. Guinn
HD38    Julie Harrington
HD39    Don Menard
HD40    Ledricka Thierry
HD41    Mickey J. Guillory
HD43    Stuart Bishop
HD44    Ricky Hardy
HD45    Joel C. Robideaux
HD46    Mike Huval
HD47    Bob Hensgens
HD48    Taylor F. Barras
HD49    Simone B. Champagne
HD51    Joe Harrison
HD52    Gordon Dove
HD56    Greg Miller
HD59    Eddie J. Lambert
HD60    Karen St. Germain
HD65    Clifton R. Richardson
HD66    Hunter Greene
HD68    Stephen F. Carter
HD69    Erich E. Ponti
HD70    Franklin J. Foil
HD71    J. Rogers Pope
HD73    Stephen E. Pugh
HD74    Scott M. Simon
HD76    J. Kevin Pearson
HD77    John M. Schroder
HD78    Kirk Talbot
HD79    Anthony V. "Tony" Ligi
HD80    Joseph P. Lopinto
HD82    Cameron Henry
HD84    Patrick Connick
HD86    Chris Broadwater
HD87    Girod Jackson III
HD88    Johnny Berthelot
HD89    Timothy Burns
HD90    "Greg" Cromer
HD91    Walt Leger III
HD92    Thomas P. Willmott
HD93    Helena Moreno
HD95    Sherman Mack
HD97    Jared Brossett
HD98    Fenn French
HD100  Austin Badon
HD101  Harold Williams

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