April, 2008 – Campaign Update

May 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Newsletters

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            On April
5th a runoff was held for the Republican nominee in Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District.
GING-PAC supported candidate Woody Jenkins won with over 60% of the vote.
Jenkins has deep roots within in the Baton
Rouge
community which enjoys strong conservative
support. He is a small business owner, serving as producer and editor of three
community newspapers. He served 28 years in the Louisiana State House, representing
Baton Rouge.
Jenkins authored many elements of the current Louisiana Constitution, including
the Preamble, the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and the State Tax Limitation.

WE WIN IN LOUISIANA

            On April
5th a runoff was held for the Republican nominee in Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District.
GING-PAC supported candidate Woody Jenkins won with over 60% of the vote.
Jenkins has deep roots within in the Baton
Rouge
community which enjoys strong conservative
support. He is a small business owner, serving as producer and editor of three
community newspapers. He served 28 years in the Louisiana State House, representing
Baton Rouge.
Jenkins authored many elements of the current Louisiana Constitution, including
the Preamble, the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and the State Tax Limitation.

            We must
continue to help Woody as he will not face off against Democrat State Representative
Don Cazayoux from New Roads, Louisiana
in a special election on May 3rd. If he wins the special election he
will have to run again in November, just six months from now, to defend the
seat.

            Woody
Jenkins had the Louisiana US Senate seat stolen from him by Mary Landrieu in a
corruption filled election that included vans filled with Democrats that went
from polling place to polling place to
vote fraudulently. Housing projects had voter turnouts of over 110%. It is time
for an honest election and a seat in the House for Woody!

History: This seat was formerly held by Congressman Richard Baker who
left office on February 2, 2008. President Bush carried LA-06 in 2004 with 59%
of the vote and Governor Bobby Jindal received 55% in his race for Governor in
2007 in this district.


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