City Councilmember Jared Brossett has received the endorsement of former U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu in the race for Clerk of Civil District Court.
“I am truly humbled to have Senator Landrieu’s support in my campaign for Clerk of Civil District Court,” said Brossett. “Through her years in public office and still today as a private citizen she has been a champion for the people of New Orleans. Her legacy is one of leadership, commitment and problem solving; that when you uplift people and build a team with a focused mission, you can accomplish anything. I hope to serve in that tradition as Orleans Parish Clerk of Civil District Court and am honored to have Sen. Landrieu’s endorsement.”
Jared Brossett has served as the District D City Councilmember since 2014. Prior to this he was the State Representative for District 97 in the Louisiana Legislature. In both offices Brossett has taken a leadership role in moving forward issues related to equity and women’s rights, such as implementing the Equal Access to Employment Act and co-authoring the Equal Pay for Woman Act.
“I’m running for Clerk of Civil Court because I want to continue serving the public and because we need to make this office more professional, more efficient and more responsible,” said Brossett. “Ultimately, my goal as Clerk will be to promote equal access to justice for all New Orleanians.”
The election will be held November 6, 2018. For more information visit www.jaredbrossett.com.
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