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Linda Hardee

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Linda Hardee
Candidate for
Louisiana House of Representatives District 47

Political party Republican
Profession Teacher/Former Mayor, Kaplan LA
Website Campaign Facebook
Linda Hardee is a Republican candidate in the 2011 special election for District 47 of the Louisiana House of Representatives. The seat was vacated when Jonathan Perry (R) was elected to the Louisiana State Senate in the special election on February 19.

Linda Hardee is a teacher and former mayor of Kaplan, LA. She is also VP of Hardee Home Center in Gueydan. Hardee was named Kaplan Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year in 2009. She is married to her husband, Stan. They have three children.[1]

Campaign theme

2011

On her 2011 campaign Facebook page, Hardee outlines her policy platform:

  • "As State Representative, I will bring the same tireless work ethic and vision for the future to the people of District 47 as I brought to Kaplan's citizens while I was mayor. I will bring fiscally conservative leadership to the legislature, work to improve our roads, fight for coastal restoration, promote farming and economic development, and defend the conservative family values that define us. As a former school teacher, I have not only talked about advocating a better future for our children, I have lived it. And when I am elected, I will be the strongest voice for our children’s future in Baton Rouge."

Elections

2011

See also: State legislative special elections, 2011; Louisiana state legislative special elections, 2011

Hardee was defeated by fellow Republican Bob Hensgens in the April 30th special election. Since only two candidates qualified for the ballot, no run-off election will be necessary.[2]

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