Ron Paul Louisiana Team
Welcomes Livingston Parish GOP Chair Endorsement
supports Paul because “he has shown consistent regard for the
Constitution and the God-given rights and liberties it protects.”
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – 2012
Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul was endorsed today by the
Chairman of the Livingston Parish Republican Party, Jason Stern of
Livingston Parish’s main population centers include Albany, Denham
Springs, French Settlement, Killian, Livingston, Port Vincent,
Springfield and Walker, comprising about 130,000 people.
In endorsing Ron Paul, Mr. Stern mentioned he was doing so as an
individual and not on behalf of any organization or its members.
He issued the following statement:
“My family supports Ron Paul because throughout his career he has shown
consistent regard for the Constitution and the God-given rights and
liberties it protects.
“Dr. Paul's pro-life, pro-family values are near and dear to our hearts
and his no-nonsense approach to government and foreign policy are
attractive qualities for the Executive Branch.
“If America is going to return to greatness, now is the day to
act. Electing another quasi-conservative whose goal is to ‘do big
government better’ is a great reason to strongly support Dr. Paul's
Jason Stern is serving his second term as Livingston Parish Republican
Party Chairman, is currently Vice President of the American Judicial
Alliance, and a former Vice President of the Louisiana Family
Forum. Mr. Stern has been married to Andrea Rice Stern for over
14 years, and is active with their nine children in home education
leadership as well as their church community.
This announcement is preceded by earlier declarations of support by
Louisiana State Rep. Joel Robideaux and former state GOP Deputy Chair
Providing a strong boost to Ron Paul’s Louisiana state organization,
such endorsements present Ron Paul as the conservative alternative to
Mitt Romney. They also demonstrate that the 12-term Congressman
from Texas has the only campaign organization capable of maintaining a
50-state competition with the moderate-establishment Romney.