Louisiana Home Builders Association PAC Endorses Reid Falconer for State Senate
Mandeville, La. - Rep. Reid Falconer’s (R-Mandeville) state senate campaign was endorsed Monday by the Louisiana Home Builders Association (LHBA) Political Action Committee. Falconer is a Republican legislator who represents a portion of St. Tammany Parish.
"The homebuilders in our state have created 250,000 jobs in Louisiana and have an estimated $3 billion in economic impact to the state. This would not be possible without the support of legislators like Reid Falconer,” said Dodie Adams, who serves as member of the Northshore Home Builders Association. “Reid has spent his time in the Louisiana House promoting job creation and a more business-friendly environment for our state's small businesses and industries. If elected to the Louisiana Senate, we have no doubt he will be a leader for jobs and economic growth in St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, and the entire state of Louisiana. For this reason, we wholeheartedly support and endorse Reid Falconer for state senate."
Falconer currently serves as the State Representative for House District 89. During his tenure in the Louisiana House of Representatives, Falconer has served on the Commerce, Education, and Labor & Industrial Relations Committees. He was also elected by his peers to serve on the House Appropriations Committee. His work in the House has included legislation:
-Protecting parents of children with exceptionalities;
-Solving issues surrounding access to medical records by specialty courts;
-Involving the practice of Architecture in our state; and,
-Improving local civil service laws.
Falconer has also worked to improve the communities he represents. He authored legislation affecting Mandeville’s local library, improving Pelican Park, securing St. Tammany’s capital funding for the Safe Haven Project, and implementing drainage improvements in Riverwood and Covington Country Club subdivisions.
The Senate District 11 election will be held on October 12, 2019. The incumbent, State Senator Jack Donahue, is term-limited, thus unable to run for re-election.