"We want students to know that they have a right to express their religious beliefs and that their first amendment rights are not surrendered at the schoolhouse door." Landry went on, "Both Congressman Mike Johnson and I worked collectively over a number of months to put together a student rights handbook so that students have a guidance, under which they know they can express their religious beliefs, of what they can do in the public school system."
The following was emailed out this morning by Republican National Committeeman Ross Little, Jr. from Louisiana:
Republican Mike Johnson will face Democrat Marshall Jones in the December 4 runoff for the 4th Congressional District seat in Louisiana.
It's one of the most significant campaigns remaining in America.
Johnson will be in Lafayette 6:00-7:30 pm on Monday, November 28 for a fund-raising reception at the home of Stuart and Kim Bishop, 111 Southpark Dr. in Lafayette. RSVP with this form.
Johnson's opponent, Marshall Jones is a Democrat who has been endorsed by fellow Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards and by Louisiana Democrat Party Chair Karen Carter Peterson.
Johnson is a constitutional attorney who has dedicated his life and career to fighting for the fundamental freedoms and traditional values that are still cherished by the people of Louisiana.
As a member of the Louisiana Legislature, Johnson was named an "MVP for Business" by LABI, an "Outstanding Family Advocate" by Louisiana Family Forum and an "A" rating from the NRA Political Action Fund.
Johnson is welcomed to Lafayette by State Representative Stuart Bishop of Lafayette.
Bishop serves as Chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment.
Republican Mike Johnson, Louisiana Representative for District 8, has announced this morning his intention to fill the seat in the US House for the 4th District that is being vacated by John Fleming, who is running for US Senate.
Here is his announcement video released this morning: