METAIRIE, La. – Ahead of the Jefferson Parish School Board and Municipal Primary elections on November 8, the Political Action Committee (PAC) of the Jefferson Chamber approved the endorsement of four candidates.
The PAC endorsed Gerard LeBlanc (District 1) and Ralph Brandt (District 7) for Jefferson Parish School Board as well as incumbent Tim Baudier for Mayor and Ed Lepre for Chief of Police in the City of Harahan.
“The Jefferson Chamber PAC continues to support sound business candidates that will improve the quality of life in Jefferson Parish and its municipalities,” said John LeBlanc, Chairman of the PAC Board. “The Chamber PAC is particularly mindful of the upcoming school board elections and recognizes the importance of a strong school system and its ability to enhance the economic vitality of its community.”
About the PAC
The Jefferson Chamber PAC, Inc. is a political action committee established as an independent, not-for-profit organization to endorse and support political candidates who support the mission of the Chamber. Membership is limited to members of the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce.
About the Jefferson Chamber:
The Jefferson Chamber is a leading voice for Jefferson Parish’s business community celebrating 25 years of service in 2022. As a non-profit, membership-driven organization, the Chamber is an effective advocate for small and large businesses at the local, state and federal levels. The Chamber’s mission is to work for the advancement of the business community; to enhance the economic, civic and cultural environment; and to improve the quality of life in Jefferson Parish. The Jefferson Chamber is Five-Star Accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and was awarded the 2013, 2015, and 2019 Chamber of the Year Award by the Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives in the Large Chamber Category.