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FRCA__logo_Alt_PICK_BIG(Houma)  Tony Perkins, President of Family Research Council Action, the nation’s most vocal voice for family values today endorsed Beryl Amedee for House District 51.

In a statement, Perkins writes:

On behalf of FRC Action, the legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council, I am pleased to endorse you in your race for the 51st District of the Louisiana House of Representatives. From interacting with you, evaluating the issues that matter to you, and researching your positions, I believe you will be a strong champion for the core values of our country; faith, family, and freedom.

As a resident of Louisiana, this race is of particular interest to me. Louisiana is looking for elected leaders who will unashamedly stand for truth and will challenge the misguided notion that government knows best. We need strong leaders who will fight for the timeless values that have proven to be beneficial to all of our citizens.

We at FRC Action are confident that you will be a strong advocate for limited government, for individual liberties and for traditional family values. Once again, we are pleased to offer our endorsement and will urge those who care about the future of the family and constitutional government to support you as well.

“The work of FRC Action is dear to me and to my family. I appreciate Tony Perkins’ support in this election. Supporting the right to life, healthy marriages and individual liberties are all issues near to my heart,” says Beryl Amedee.

The election is October 24th.

LLFPAC Logo(Morgan City) Boysie Bollinger, chairman of the Louisiana Lawsuit Fairness Political Action Committee has announced their support and endorsement for Beryl Amedee for election to House District 51.

LLFPAC is the political action arm of the Louisiana Lawsuit Fairness Committee, and it supports legislative candidates who are committed to enacting the legal reforms necessary to ensure a fair legal system for everyone.

“Our current legal system encourages excessive litigation, discourages job growth, and increases the costs of operating a business in Louisiana,” says Chairman Bollinger. “LLFPAC appreciates Ms. Amedee’s willingness to serve, and we are pleased to support her campaign.”

“Our endorsement is based upon due consideration of Ms. Amedee’s interest in making our state less litigious, and creating a fair civil justice system for Louisiana’s job creators,” notes Boysie Bollinger, chaiman of the the Louisiana Lawsuit Fairness PAC.


The ABC Merit PAC announces endorsement of Beryl Amedee for Louisiana’s 51st District House of Representatives Seat 

ST. ROSE, LA — The ABC Merit PAC, the political action committee of the Associated Builders & Contractors New Orleans/Bayou Chapter, is pleased to announce its decision to endorse Beryl Amedee for Louisiana’s 51st District House of Representative seat.

After a great deal of consideration, and recognizing Beryl Amedee’s outstanding background in public service and her active role in the community, the ABC Merit PAC believes Ms. Amedee will be an incredible asset not only to the residents of this district but to all the citizens of the state. Additionally the ABC Merit PAC is confident that Beryl Amedee will be reliable voice for both Louisiana’s construction and business community in the Louisiana House of Representatives.


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LABI SOUTHPAC Endorses Beryl Amedee for House District 51

Amedee pictureBaton Rouge, La. – SOUTHPAC, a political action committee of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), today announced the endorsement of Beryl Amedee (R-Gray) for House District 51.

“Since its formation more than 25 years ago, SOUTHPAC has helped to elect state and local candidates who support job growth policies and economic development in Louisiana, “ Steve Stumpf, chair of SOUTHPAC, said. “Beryl Amedee has proven herself as a leader during her time of public service on the Terrebonne Parish Council.”

As a  council member for District 4 of Terrebonne Parish, Amedee represents the Schriever, Gray, Coteau and Bayou Blue areas of parish. In her time on the council, she served as the 2013 chair, chair of the council’s Subdivision Regulations Review Committee, and as a member of the CSBG Committee and of the Downtown Attractions/Beautification Committee. Before being elected to the council, Amedee served four years as a member of the Houma-Terrebonne Regional Planning and Zoning Commission.

“I believe that Louisiana cannot spend its way out of its economic woes. Our state needs a conservative fiscal policy that cuts waste and encourages thrift in government, while rewarding risk and entrepreneurism,” Amedee said “We need a smarter tax system for the private sector so that we can emerge from this recession with an unlimited growth mentality. I will work to reform the tax code while cutting duplicative government programs, and most certainly, I will not support the expansion of more government.”

“We encourage the citizens of House District 51 to rally around Beryl Amedee and support her election bid, “Brian Landry, executive director of SOUTHPAC, said. “This fall election is critical and we must continue to support pro-growth leaders like Beryl Amedee.”

Amedee will face incumbent Joe Harrison on Oct. 24.

SOUTHPAC is a non-partisan political action committee working to recruit and support candidates who support the free enterprise market with as little government interference as possible.