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BATON ROUGE, La. – John Kennedy announced today that Washington Parish Sheriff Randy “Country” Seal is endorsing his run for the U.S. Senate.
“Louisiana needs a Senator who will stand up for law enforcement officers. John Kennedy will be an advocate for us in Washington. He understands what we need to succeed, and I’m proud to stand beside him in this race,” said Seal.
“I appreciate Sheriff Seal’s support, and I cannot say ‘Thank You’ enough to our law enforcement officers who put their lives on the line each day to keep our families safe. Our momentum in this race is growing every day as Louisianians of all walks of life recognize that I will be our state’s biggest champion in Washington,” Kennedy said.
Sheriff Seal is the latest to join a growing list of people who are endorsing Kennedy. He’s recently received the support of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Sen. David Vitter, Sen. Bill Cassidy, Rep. Ralph Abraham, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, Rep. John Fleming, Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser and Rep. Charles Boustany.
BATON ROUGE, La.- Former Jefferson Parish President John Young today endorsed John Kennedy in Louisiana’s U.S. Senate race.
"John Kennedy has always looked out for the best interests of Louisiana taxpayers. As a U.S. Senator, I know he'll work to rein in Washington's out of control spending, and I'm proud to endorse him,” Young said.
Kennedy said, “I appreciate John Young’s endorsement. Leaders like John from across the state are rallying behind my campaign because they know I’ll be a strong conservative voice for Louisiana in Washington.”
Young is the latest to join the growing list of people who are supporting Kennedy. He’s recently received the support of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Sen. David Vitter, Sen. Bill Cassidy, Rep. Ralph Abraham, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, Rep. John Fleming, Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser and Rep. Charles Boustany.
BATON ROUGE, La. - The Republican Parish Executive Committee of Caddo Parish has endorsed John Kennedy in the U.S. Senate race.
Committee Chairman Louis Avallone praised Kennedy for “effectively and tirelessly” working on behalf of Louisiana and touted his fiscal conservative credentials.
“After the anti-energy policies of the last eight years, that have nearly bankrupted our state and nation, Louisiana can scarcely afford to send an old-fashioned, “Yellow Dog” Democrat like Foster Campbell to Washington, standing on the worn-out, rotted-out, broken-down platform of the Democratic Party,” Avallone said. “Their liberal policies have failed everywhere they have been tried, and they certainly don’t represent the pro-life, religious freedom, and traditional Louisiana values that we hold dear.”
Kennedy said, “Louisiana voters want a conservative Senator who will vote their values, and they can count on me to be their voice in Washington.”
Kennedy has also been endorsed by the National Right to Life Committee and the American Conservative Union.