TEA PARTY of LOUISIANA (TPoL) 2015 Louisiana November 21 Voter Guide
TEA PARTY of LOUISIANA (TPoL) endorsed candidates and Positions on Amendments, Taxes & other issues on Nov 21, 2015 Ballot
1st and foremost GO VOTE!!! We can't change this mess unless YOU VOTE and Vote Correctly!!!
We have to put on top of our list:
Lenar Whitney, State Representative District 53 - TPoL endorsed for re-election!!!!! Lenar has a proven conservative record and fights for the people and less government, less spending and NO TAX increases! She was the number one conservative State Representative based on her voting record in the 2015 La Legislative Session where they passed 3/4 a Billion $'s in new Taxes on Louisianans. She is a staunch supporter of STOP Common Core. Now you know why the Fascists are spending so much money on an opposition candidate to help remove her from the legislature for the next term. Don't let them succeed - RE-ELECT LENAR WHITNEY State Representative District 53.
Jeff Landry, Attorney General - TPoL endorsed !!!! We need a proven conservative to fight every battle to maintain our states’ Rights against this overbearing Federal Government!!! And bring every conservative value entrenched in the founding of this country into perspective on every legal issue facing Louisiana in the trying time of today and the future! Jeff is that proven conservative and has the track record to prove it!
Billy Nungesser, Lt. Governor - TPoL endorsed !!!! A proven Louisiana patriot!!! Our alternative is to elect a Obama like Lt Governor and put his party back in influence positions of Louisiana again with a proven secularist like Kip Holden and his "One Baton Rouge" program.
David Vitter, Governor - TPoL endorsed !!!! We need a proven conservative to fight every battle to maintain our states’ Rights against this overbearing Federal Government!!! Fight Common Core and bring every conservative value entrenched in the founding of this country into perspective on every legal issue facing Louisiana in the trying time of today and the future! David is that proven conservative and has the track record to prove it! Our alternative is to elect a Obama like Governor and put his party back in charge of Louisiana again with a John Bel Edwards.
BESE Districts - One of the most IMPORTANT of your local elections especially after the results of the primary in the other Districts in order to STOP Common Core or at least have some opposition to it in the out of control BESE board!
The following are the TPoL endorsed candidates in their respective districts. The following candidates are advocates against Common Core and Federal control of our local schools!
District 4:Mary Johnson Harris - TPoL endorsed!!!
District 6:Kathy Edmonston - TPoL endorsed!!!
Other Races very Important to getting anti-Common Core, smaller government, less spending, no tax candidates are:
Beth Mizell, State Senate District 12 - TPoL endorsed!!!
Rick Edmonds, State Representative District 66 - TPoL endorsed!!! Great new conservative blood to displace incumbent Darrell Ourso a staunch supporter of Common Core and no one whom you would want to represent you - A tax and spend Crony capitalist! Help us get the right candidate in and kick the wrong one out onto the street where he belongs!!! (NOTE: We must remove the Crony Capitalist incumbent - Darrell Ourso - who also voted for all of the $700+Million in Tax increases and only by your voting for Rick Edmonds can we do this!)
Ryan Heck, State Representative District 69 - TPoL endorsed!!!
Beryl Amedee, State Representative District 51 - TPoL endorsed!
Following are races in which TPoL believes you have at least 2 very qualified candidates to choose from and in keeping with our policy not to endorse 2 candidates running against each other TPoL feels compelled to recommend that you vote for one of these 2 candidates instead of the incumbent who voted for all of those $700 Million in tax increases during the 2015 La Legislative session:
Following are candidates TPoL suggest you vote for as the best possible candidate from the slate you have to vote for:
Clint Cointment, Ascension Parish President
When voting for your local State Legislators recall that the 2015 Louisiana State Legislature voted to raise taxes by over $700 million and voted for a scheme that would usher in Medicaid Expansion under Obamacare in Louisiana?
Before voting for your incumbent Legislator please take a moment of your time to visit
to find out more about how your legislators voted as rated by Americans for Prosperity (AFP).
We've done everything we can think of to get the word out.
We've done these things because the best way to hold our elected officials accountable is having citizens, like you, from their districts calling and telling them how you feel about the votes they take.
Then Vote them out when they do not listen to you!!!
Please take a few moments to learn more about the records of your legislators and take a moment to call them and tell them that higher taxes and more Obamacare are wrong for Louisiana.
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Jay Dardenne - On the Issues
(Click "voted" for refrences to the bills)
Voted for--and served as Senate floor leader for--The Stelly Plan income tax increase (House Bill 31 of 2002)
Voted to raise natural gas severance tax (McPherson amendment to HB 1887 of 1993)
Voted for higher sales taxes (House Bill 1887 of 1993)
Voted for higher sales taxes (House Bill 196 of 1996)
Voted for higher tobacco taxes (House Bill 117 of 2000)
Voted for higher income taxes (House Bill 299 of 2000)
Voted for higher income taxes (House Bill 295 of 2000)
Voted for car rental tax (House Bill 193 of 2000)
Voted for higher sales taxes on food and utilities (House Bill 36 of 2000 Special Session)
Voted for the Unitary Tax --a huge new business tax (House Bill 198 of 2000)
Voted for higher sales taxes on food and utilities (House Bill 169 of 2002)
Voted for higher income taxes (House Bill 171 of 2002)
Voted for higher income taxes (House bill 238 of 2002)
Voted for car rental tax (House Bill 166 of 2002)
Voted for higher cigarette taxes (House Bill 167 of 2002)
Voted for higher cigarette taxes (House Bill 157 of 2002)
Voted for higher fee on "other than used tires" (House Bill 846 of 2004)
Voted to allow higher fees on LSU students (House Bill 1062 of 2004)
Voted to allow higher fees on Medicare surveys (House Bill 1391 of 2004)
Voted to allow LA Tax Commission to impose fees (House Bill 1419 of 2004)
Voted to allow higher fees on shrimpers (House Bill 1711 of 2004)
Voted to allow fees on turtle farmers (Senate Bill 161 of 2004)
Voted to double the size of the state budget during the past decade. (See House Bill 1 in each Regular Session)
Voted for a huge increase in the State Budget this year alone (House Bill 1 of 2006)
SPECIAL PRIVILEGES FOR LEGISLATORS
Voted to give taxpayer-funded lifetime healthcare benefits to term limited legislators (HB 1028 of 2006)
Voted to prohibit free sporting tickets for legislators while receiving free tickets for Tiger Stadium Suite
Raised campaign funds during legislative session because of loophole in state law
Voted against the position of LABI, the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, on a dozen major votes since 1999
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