FuturePAC Announces Early Endorsements

Six incumbents receive early backing from regional business group

BATON ROUGE, La. (August 8, 2019) – FuturePAC, the political action committee of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC), announced early endorsements today for several incumbents based on previous voting records, and their support for transportation and the other regional business priorities as outlined in BRAC’s election platform. The primary election will take place on October 12th, with the general election on November 16th.


“These candidates have a proven record of supporting business-friendly policies and being transportation champions,” said Ric Kearny, FuturePAC’s Chairman of the Board. “Moving our region forward requires real leadership and a willingness to make tough decisions. We know we can count on these candidates to do the right thing when it comes to making our region more competitive for business and improving quality of life for our residents.”


Those candidates receiving FuturePAC’s early endorsement are:


House District 18 – Jeremy LaCombe

House District 65 – Barry Ivey

House District 69 – Paula Davis

House District 81 – Clay Shexnayder

Senate District 6 – Mack “Bodi” White

Senate District 18 – Eddie Lambert


Early endorsements were only considered for incumbents seeking reelection to their current office. FuturePAC will have additional candidate announcements in the coming weeks as candidates make their way through the endorsement process.


About FuturePAC

FuturePAC, a political action committee affiliated with BRAC, actively supports candidates and issues that promote economic development and improve the business climate in the Capital Region. More information is available at www.futurepac.biz.



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