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REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP SWORN IN — Members of the East Baton Rouge Republican Parish Executive Committee were sworn in today by Supreme Court Justice Jeff Hughes in ceremonies this afternoon at Great Oaks in Baton Rouge. Former Rep. Woody Jenkins was re-elected to another four-year term as parish Republican chairman, a post he has held since 2012. Jenkins said the party will be active in promoting voter registration and turnout and supporting President Trump and endorsed Republican candidates for City-Parish and judicial offices this fall.

The parish Republican Party named three Deputy Chairmen — Major George Francis, US Army (Retired) who also serves as chairman of the Frederick Douglass Newsmaker Luncheon; Laurie Adams, who is a candidate for the Metro Council, and former Rep. Shirley Bowler. School Board member Connie Bernard was reelected Vice Chairman.

Scott Wilfong was elected secretary and named 2020 Campaign Chairman, a role which will place him in charge of coordinating the party’s support of its endorsed candidates this fall. Former Sen. Dan Richey was reelected Treasurer and named to head the Policy Committee.

Rev. Tommy French and Barbara Thomas will co-chair the party’s outreach to the faith community. Mike Chittom was reappointed to serve as the Republican member of the Parish Board of Election Supervisors, which conducts elections in the parish. Richie Edmonds was appointed to serve on the party’s five-member executive committee. Jay Lindsey will be responsible for voter registration and mail ballots. Cecil Cavanaugh will be responsible for small business and infrastructure.

Other members will have other assignments, which will be announced at a later date.

The 17-member body was elected in the July 11, 2020 Presidential primary election with 12 members elected from the 12 Metro Council districts and five elected parishwide.

Shown (left to right, 1st row) are Deputy Chairman George Francis, Chairman Woody Jenkins, Deputy Chairman Laurie Adams, and Deputy Chairman Shirley Bowler. (Left to right, 2nd row) Mike Chittom, Edress Landry, Scott Wilfong, Conner Graham, Cecil Cavanaugh, Barbara Thomas, John Coghlan, Connie Bernard, Rep. Scott McKnight, Rev. Tommy French, and Jay Lindsey. Not shown are former Central Mayor Jr. Shelton, former Sen. Dan Richie, and Richie Edmonds.

Photo by Jolice Provost of Central City News.

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