LAFAYETTE, La. —Today, Jeff Landry announced he has received the endorsement of the Louisiana State Newspapers which includes 24 community papers across the State. These newspapers are some of Louisiana’s oldest newspapers representing Abbeville, Kaplan, Kinder, Franklin, Mamou, Basile, Marksville, Morgan City, Pierre Part, Bunkie, Oakdale, Columbia, Rayne, Church Point, Rayville, Crowley, St. Martinville, Delhi, St. Joseph, Eunice, Ville Platte, Gueydan, and Oak Grove Louisiana.
“We are honored to have received the endorsement of over 20 community papers across Louisiana. These are some of the oldest papers in our State, and they know their communities best. As Governor, we look forward to giving Louisiana a government as good as its people,” said Jeff Landry.
Excerpts from the endorsements:
“…Jeff will always do what’s right – not what’s politically popular.”
“As Louisiana’s Attorney General for the past eight years Jeff has worked tirelessly to stem the opioid crisis, prosecute welfare fraud, restructure and reform the Department of Justice and protect your Constitutional rights and successfully prosecute dangerous criminals that harm the good people of Louisiana’s quality of life.”
“Jeff has continuously supported law enforcement and is a strong advocate of a fair judicial system. He is passionate about upholding the rule of law and protecting and preserving our constitutional rights. Jeff will be the law-and-order Governor that Louisiana desperately needs.”
“He is a fearless advocate for the Constitution and a champion for the Louisiana he loves. With Jeff Landry as governor and a more business-friendly climate, Louisiana oil and gas jobs will power the nation and fuel the world. We urge Louisiana voters to choose Jeff Landry as our next Governor.”