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Times-Pic, Gambit, OPDEC and Many More Add to Endorsements

The Times-Picayune and Gambit are the latest to endorse Susan for her second term as the council member representing District “A.”
Susan is being endorsed by elected officials from across the spectrum, including:
  • Mayor Mitch Landrieu
  • Councilmember LaToya Cantrell
  • Councilmember Kristin Palmer
  • School Board Member Seth Bloom
  • School Board Member Sarah Usdin
  • School Board Member Woody Koppel
  • Senator Karen Carter Peterson
  • State Representative Helena Moreno
  • State Representative Walt Leger III
  • State Representative Neil Abramson
  • State Representative Wesley Bishop
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“New Orleans is moving in the right direction, and Susan has been a strong partner in the progress. Susan’s hard work on the City Council can be seen in the improvements and growth throughout District “A”.  Our city needs four more years of Susan Guidry on the New Orleans City Council.”
-Mayor Mitch Landrieu
 
“Susan has been a relentless fighter to pave the way for new jobs and economic development in District “A”. Her tenacity has led to hundreds of quality jobs with the construction of Mid-City Market and Costco. Simply put, Susan Guidry is a job creator.”
-Senator Karen Carter Peterson
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Susan has also been endorsed by leading organizations, including:

  • Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee (OPDEC)
  • Independent Women’s Organization
  • Regular Democratic Organization (RDO)
  • Black Organization of Leadership Development (BOLD)
  • Crescent City Democrats
  • American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
  • Independent Democratic Electors Association (IDEA)
  • Young Democrats of New Orleans
As a neighborhood advocate for more than 20 years, Susan was elected to her current seat in 2010 as a first-time candidate. Since then, New Orleans has undergone a positive transformation.

During Susan’s first term, we have seen significant improvements in District “A”.

  • Nearly $100 million is being invested in District “A” parks, playgrounds, libraries, and public safety facilities.
  • More than $281 million is being invested in District “A” streets, including 41 miles of reconstruction and streetscapes.
  • Retail is booming, with the Mid-City Market and Costco now open and the Oak St., Magazine St., Maple St., and Harrison Ave. corridors are thriving.

Together, with Susan as our council member, we can keep up the momentum and continue improving our district!