Noel Looks to Finish Strong for Metro Council

Brandon Noel has announced his candidacy for the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Council, District 1 seat. 

Noel first entered public service in 2010, when he ran for a Zachary City Council seat at the age of 27. 

He won that election and assumed office on January 10, 2011. He was reelected in 2014 and again in 2018, representing Council District 2. He served two terms as Mayor Pro Tempore. 

Noel is a graduate of LSU with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He is active in the community. 

He has served both as President and a board member of the Zachary Rotary Club, as an ambassador for the Zachary Chamber of Commerce, and as a board member of the American Branch YMCA. 

Noel is employed as an Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending and Business Development at Landmark Bank and is also a licensed Realtor and Broker/Owner of Geaux-2 Realty. 

He is married to Megan Noel, assistant principal at Zachary Elementary School. They have two children, Grace and Evan, and are active members of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, where Brandon also volunteers by teaching religious education.

Brandon received 42 percent of the vote in the primary election Nov. 3. His opponent, Eric Lewis, received 40 percent. 

A close election is expected in the runoff on Dec. 5.

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