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The GNOR PAC was formed by Republicans in the Greater New Orleans Area to elect candidates and advocate for public policy that supports free enteprise; a favorable business climate; public safety; preservation of local culture; and limited, transparent, honest and efficient government.  The organization discourages division by race, class or geography in an effort to cultivate a better community for all.  

 

GNOR PAC endorses qualified candidates for office including candidates running statewide and in the Greater New Orleans Area.

 

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GNOR PAC Endorsements for November 8, 2022

GNOR PAC endorses the following candidates in the November 8, 2022, election:

Federal

U. S. Senator - John Kennedy
U. S. Representative 1st Congressional District - Steve Scalise
U. S. Representative 2nd Congressional District - "Dan" Lux
U. S. Representative 6th Congressional District - Garret Graves

Multi-Parish

PSC District 3 (Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard) - Lambert C. Boissiere III
Judge, Court of Appeal 1st Circuit, 1st Dist., Division D (Lafourche, St. Charles) - Tanner Magee
Judge, Court of Appeal 4th Circuit at Large (Orleans, St. Bernard, Plaquemines) - "Joseph" Cao
 

Jefferson Parish

Mayor City of Harahan - "Tim" Baudier
Chief of Police City of Harahan - Edward "Ed" Lepre
Councilmen City of Harahan (5 to be elected) - Jason Asbill
Councilmen City of Harahan (5 to be elected) - "Tommy" Budde
Councilmen City of Harahan (5 to be elected) - Eric Chatelain
Councilmen City of Harahan (5 to be elected) - Maurizio Francescon
Councilmen City of Harahan (5 to be elected) - Paul Johnston
Member of School Board District 1 - Gerard LeBlanc
Member of School Board District 2 - Maia Yordanov
Member of School Board District 5 - No Endorsement
Member of School Board District 6 - Eric J. Moore
Member of School Board District 7 - Ralph "Rem" Brandt Jr.

Lafourche Parish

 

Member of School Board District 1 - Cheryl "Chuck" Thomas           
Member of School Board District 4 - Marian B. Fertitta         
Member of School Board District 5 - Clyde "Joey" Duplantis III        
Member of School Board District 7 - Claude Richardel         
Member of School Board District 9 - Buffylynn Charpentier      
Orleans Parish
Judge Municipal and Traffic Court, Division D - Mark J. Shea
Judge Municipal and Traffic Court, Division E - Bobbie Smith
Clerk, 1st City Court - Austin Badon
Member of School Board District 1 - Leila Eames
Orleans Parish PW HRC Amendment - Art. IV, Sec. 4-106 - CC (Select 1) - YES
Recall Petition, Mayor of New Orleans (https://www.nolatoya.org/) - YES  

Plaquemines Parish

 

Parish President - "Keith" Hinkley
Member of Parish Council District 2 - Brian Champagne
Member of Parish Council District 3 - Christopher "Chris" Schulz
Member of Parish Council District 4 - Stuart J. Guey Jr.                                  
Member of Parish Council District 6 - Trudy Newberry
Member of Parish Council District 8 - Bartol John Taliancich Jr.
Member of School Board District 2 - Alberta Cousson
Member of School Board District 4 - Kristee Arbourgh
Member of School Board District 5 - Michelle Johnston Lindner
Member of School Board District 6 - "Fran" Bayhi-Martinez

St. Bernard Parish

Member of School Board District 2 - Henry J. Rodriguez III
Member of School Board District 3 - Kelly Le-Bowman
Member of School Board District 5 - "Joe" Long Sr.
Member of School Board District 7 - Diana B. Dysart
Member of School Board District 8 - "Millie" Harris
Member of School Board District 11 - Donald Campbell Sr.

St. Charles Parish

Member of School Board District 2 - Raymond "Ray" Gregson

St. Tammany Parish
Mayor Town of Abita Springs - Daniel J. Curtis                        
Chief of Police Town of Pearl River - Jack Sessions
Council Member District 11 (Slidell) - Arthur A. Laughlin
Member of School Board District 1 - Guy LeCompte
Member of School Board District 2 - Roslyn Hanson
Member of School Board District 3 - Adaline Villneurve Rutherford
Member of School Board District 4 - Matthew J. Garver
Member of School Board District 5 - Charles Brandon Harrell                       
Member of School Board District 6 - Amanda Reed Martin
Member of School Board District 7 - Isabelle Moore
Member of School Board District 8 - Don Thanars
Member of School Board District 9 - "Cris" Fontenot
Member of School Board District 10 - Deborah McCollum
Member of School Board District 12 - Michelle Hirstius
Member of School Board District 15 - Michelle Ruffino Gallaher
                         

Terrebonne Parish

Member of School Board District 1 - Allison Cressoine Gill  
Member of School Board District 2 - Gregory "Dut" Harding
Member of School Board District 3 - Matthew J. Ford           
Member of School Board District 4 - "Debi" Benoit  
Member of School Board District 5 - George Crowdus Jr.      
Member of School Board District 6 - Clyde F. Hamner          
Member of School Board District 8 - MayBelle Trahan
 
Constitutional Amendments

CA No. 1 (ACT 130, 2021 - HB 154) - Modifies the maximum amount of monies in certain state funds that may be invested in equities - YES

CA No. 2 (ACT 172, 2022 - HB 599) - Expands property tax exemptions for homestead exemption property for veterans with disabilities - YES    

CA No. 3 (ACT 156, 2021 - HB 315) - Allows classified civil service employees to support election of family members to public office - NO

CA No. 4 (ACT 155, 2021 - HB 59) - Authorizes a political subdivision to waive charges for water under certain circumstances - YES
 
CA No. 5 (ACT 133, 2021 - SB 154) - Provides relative to property tax millage rate adjustments and maximum authorized millage rates - NO    
 
CA No. 6 (ACT 129, 2021 - HB 143) - Limits the increase in assessed value of certain property following reappraisal in Orleans Parish - YES
 
CA No. 7 (ACT 246, 2022 - HB 298) - Provides relative to the prohibition of involuntary servitude and administration of criminal justice - YES
 
CA No. 8 (ACT 171, 2022 - HB 395) - Removes requirement of annual certification of income for certain eligible disabled homeowners - NO

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GNOR PAC encourages and promotes development of the Greater New Orleans Area through support of electoral candidates and advocacy of public policy that discourages division by race, class or geography. GNOR PAC supports: free enterprise; a favorable business climate; public safety; preservation of local culture; and, limited, transparent, honest and efficient government.

GNOR PAC endorses qualified candidates for office, including candidates running statewide in Louisiana and in the Parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, St. Tammany, and St. Charles.