Leadership for Louisiana: Burton LeBlanc Endorses John Bel Edwards for Governor

November 10, 2015  |  Other

You know how important it is to preserve our freedoms and protect citizens’ access to the courts. There is only one candidate for Governor who has repeatedly stood up for access to civil justice for individuals and small business owners, and that is John Bel Edwards.

This election is not simply about party affiliation. Too much is at stake for our state at this time. This election is about leadership and character. John Bel Edwards towers over his opponent in terms of his qualifications, honor, integrity, knowledge and commitment to work for the people of Louisiana. Below is a video to learn more about John Bel Edwards’ impeccable code of honor:

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John Bel Edwards is a pro-life family man, and a graduate of the prestigious West Point Military Academy. He served as an Army Airborne Ranger and commanded a 200-man rifle company assigned to parachute from airplanes to defend our nation. John Bel is an avid sportsman and hunter who supports the Second Amendment.

This is Louisiana’s opportunity to elect a proven leader of impeccable character,John Bel Edwards. Visit www.johnbelforlouisiana.com. Election Day is Saturday, November 21. Please vote for John Bel Edwards and share this information with your family and friends.

A sample ballot is available at www.sos.la.gov. On November 21, voting polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Early voting is November 7 – 14. Try to vote early, and remember to bring your driver’s license or other valid identification card that has your photo and signature on it.

Thank you for reading this important message.


J. Burton LeBlanc, IV

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