State of Louisiana secondary Archives: on Civil Rights

Foster Campbell: Equal Pay for work by women and their male counterparts

In the U.S. Senate, Foster Campbell will:
Source: 2016 La. Senate campaign website Aug 26, 2016

Foster Campbell: Endorsed by BOLD: New Orleans African-American leaders

Campbell accepted the endorsement of the Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD). The endorsement of BOLD includes the support of prominent African-American leaders within the New Orleans community. "I'm the only candidate who has a record of fighting on behalf of every constituent. With me, you know you're getting someone who brings results and betters communities for everyone," said Campbell.˙

BOLD was founded in 1968 and has influenced statewide politics since then. Since its inception, BOLD has worked tirelessly to better the community through the political process, while focused on citizen engagement, community uplift and voter education. "Foster Campbell has BOLD's support because it's evident which candidate is looking to better our state for everyone," said its chair. "We supported Governor Edwards and we're thrilled to support Foster for the US Senate."˙Governor John Bel Edwards has also enthusiastically endorsed Campbell over his Democratic opponents.

Source: 2016 La. Senate campaign website press release Aug 3, 2016

Garret Graves: Defend Louisiana's definition of traditional marriage

President Obama has used executive orders and other venues to trample on Louisiana values-- pro-life, traditional marriage & gun rights. In Congress, I will fight to protect the sanctity of human life, defend Louisiana's definition of marriage, and work to return power back to the states so that they can determine their own course and destiny.
Source: 2014 La. House campaign website, Dec 5, 2014

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