PLUS learn about important December 5th ballot initiatives
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Dear Friend — THANK YOU NEW ORLEANS!
With your help in this election, we had historic early voting numbers and and inspiring Election Day turnout. Together, we elected a slate of officials who will work towards a more just and stable system.
Congratulations to all of Mayor LaToya Cantrell's Endorsed Candidates and Initiatives:
Joe Biden & Kamala Harris (we're all pulling for you for the next few days as the remaining votes are counted across the U.S.)
Cedric Richmond - U.S. Representative 2nd Congressional District
Omar Mason - Judge Civil District Court, Div. E
Robin Giarrusso - Judge Civil District Court, Div. G
Bernadette D'Souza - Judge Civil District Court, Domestic Section 1
Laurie White - Judge Criminal District Court, Section A
Kimya Holmes - Judge Criminal District Court, Section D
Rhonda Goode-Douglas - Judge Criminal District Court, Section E
Nandi Campbell - Judge Criminal District Court, Section G
Juana Marine Lombard - Magistrate, Magistrate Section Criminal District Court
Paul Sens - Judge Municipal and Traffic Court, Div. A
John A. Brown - Member of School Board, District 1
Olin Parker - Member of School Board, District 3
YES on Sports Wagering
BUT OUR WORK IS NOT DONE YET
We are headed to a runoff on December 5th for these important candidates who Mayor Cantrell is backing:
Keva Landrum #102 ([link removed]) - Orleans Parish District Attorney
Ethan Ashley #120 ([link removed]) - Member of School Board, District 2
Jancarlo "J.C." Romero #130 ([link removed]) - Member of School Board, District 4
Katherine Baudouin #132 ([link removed]) ([link removed]) - Member of School Board, District 5
Nolan Marshall Jr. #130 ([link removed]) - Member of School Board, District 7
Let's get to work! To volunteer, donate to and learn more about these candidates, click on their names above.
There are also three important new items on the December 5th ballot. Our city is facing many challenges as a result of the pandemic. We know that so many New Orleanians are hurting right now, and we feel your pain.
That is why it's important that we don't raise taxes.
However, there are still many problems that we need to allocate funds to address. There are a series of millage measures on the ballot December 5th that will reallocate existing revenue to address the problems that we urgently need to solve WITHOUT raising taxes.
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These millage re-dedications will actually decrease taxes.
Please vote YES on December 5th. Click here to learn more about each item on the ballot ([link removed]) .
— Action New Orleans
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