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Jack Causey

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Jack Causey
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Candidate for
Louisiana House of Representatives District 30
Bachelor'sSouthern California College (1975)
Date of birthJune 25, 1950
Place of birthBaton Rouge, Louisiana
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Jack Causey was a 2011 Republican candidate for District 30 of the Louisiana House of Representatives.



See also: Louisiana House of Representatives elections, 2011

Causey ran in the 2011 election for Louisiana House of Representatives District 30. He faces incumbent James Armes (D) and Gregory Lord (R) in the primary election on October 22, 2011. Because Louisiana uses a blanket primary system, a candidate can be declared the overall winner of the seat by garnering 50 percent +1 of the vote in the primary. However, if no candidate reaches this threshold, then a general election will take place on November 19, 2011.

Louisiana House of Representatives, District 30 Blanket Primary, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngJames Armes Incumbent 54.5% 3,874
     Republican Jack Causey 17.4% 1,238
     Republican Gregory Lord 28.1% 1,995
Total Votes 7,107


Causey outlined his main issues, stating, “Issues important to me are: affordable, quality healthcare; academic excellence; improved infrastructure; financial accountability of government; a strong military and law enforcement, and protecting our natural resources for our enjoyment and pleasure. I am pro-family and pro-life. I will attend legislative sessions, committee meetings that I am assigned to, and I will vote on the issues.”[1]

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