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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.
BATON ROUGE, La. – National Right to Life endorsed John Kennedy in his bid to become the next U.S. Senator for Louisiana.
National Right to Life supports pro-life candidates and causes around the nation to help protect the rights of unborn children. The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) is the oldest and the largest national pro-life organization in the United States with affiliates in all 50 states and over 3,000 local chapters nationwide.
“We must make sure that pro-life voters in Louisiana go to the polls on Dec. 10 and know that Republican John Kennedy is the pro-life candidate. We must make the Senate 52 to 48 for the babies, not 51-49…that would be just too close!” wrote Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life.
Kennedy said, “I’m proud to receive the endorsement of National Right to Life. I believe that all life is precious and should be defended. I will proudly stand for life in the United States Senate."
The swamp in Washington D.C. has to be drained, and I can help.
I would appreciate your vote on December 10.