ABC Pelican PAC Endorsement

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The ABC Pelican PAC announces endorsement of Cloyce Clark for Louisiana’s 38th District Senate Seat

BATON ROUGE, LA --- The ABC Pelican PAC, the political action committee of the Associated Builders & Contractors Pelican Chapter, is pleased to announce its decision to endorse Cloyce Clark for Louisiana’s 38th District Senate seat.

After a great deal of consideration, and recognizing Cloyce Clark’s strong leadership background, dedication to public service, and his active role in the community, the ABC Pelican PAC believes Mr. Clark will be an incredible asset not only to the residents of this district but to all the citizens of the state.  Additionally the ABC Pelican PAC is confident that Cloyce Clark will be reliable voice for both Louisiana’s construction and business community in the Louisiana Senate.

KTBS: NWLA Legislators to reach term limits, what's next?

 And then there is something that appears to have been done only one other time in Louisiana political history.

 “You have some folks looking to run for the opposite chamber,” explained Alford, “House member Richie Burford and Senate member Sherri Smith Buffington are looking to run for one another’s seats. It’s kind of a political switcheroo.”

"...Alford also said assistant Caddo Parish District Attorney Cloyce Clark will challenge—and that he has been very active in fundraising within the district, while meeting the movers and shakers in Baton Rouge."

Press Release: Assistant DA Cloyce Clark Announces for Louisiana State Senate

Press Release: Assistant DA Cloyce Clark Announces for Louisiana State Senate

Caddo Parish Assistant District Attorney Cloyce Clark announced his candidacy today for Louisiana Senate – District 38.  Clark has served in the DA’s Office since 2012 where he has prosecuted violent criminals involved in drug dealing and trafficking.  He also advises the Caddo Parish District Attorney and the Louisiana District Attorney’s Association on legislative and legal issues affecting criminal laws and the Louisiana court system.