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Speaker Johnson, Leader Scalise, Whip Emmer, and Chair Stefanik Support Congresswoman Letlow’s Re-Election

START, LA – Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, House Majority Leader Steve Scalise, House Majority Whip Tom Emmer, and House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik have all announced their full endorsement of Congresswoman Julia Letlow’s campaign for re-election in Louisiana’s Fifth Congressional District.

"Rep. Julia Letlow is a highly respected leader and a champion for parents, family values, and improving education across our state and nation," said Speaker Johnson. "On the Appropriations Committee, Rep. Letlow is also a strong voice for restoring fiscal sanity in Washington, and a powerful advocate who faithfully secures critical funding for Louisiana. I am proud to endorse Rep. Letlow for re-election in the 5th District."

"Julia Letlow has been an incredible champion and advocate for the Louisiana values that we hold dear. Since day one, Julia has been a fighter for her constituents, and she’s established herself as a respected leader on the Appropriations and Education Committees, bringing smart, common-sense solutions to the table and always working to improve the lives of people in her district. I’m proud to support Julia’s re-election and look forward to continuing to work with her in the coming years to deliver conservative wins for the nation and our great state," Leader Scalise said. 

"In Congress, Julia Letlow has tirelessly fought to advance our party’s agenda and defend our conservative values,” said Whip Emmer. "She has been on the front lines advocating for parents and families on the Education & Workforce Committee, and worked to restore transparency and accountability on the Appropriations Committee. I’m proud to give her my full endorsement and support."

"I am proud to 100% endorse Julia Letlow’s campaign for re-election. She is an incredible Member of Congress, a proud conservative, and tireless fighter for her constituents. I supported her from Day 1 in her special election and I am honored to serve with her every day," Chair Stefanik said.

Election Day is November 5th and Early Voting begins on October 18th. 


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