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The Chauncey Show-Episode 61 Meet Elbert Guillory former Louisiana State Senate

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The Chauncey Show-Episode 61 Meet Elbert Guillory former Louisiana State Senate. Elbert Lee Guillory recently completed a decade long stint in the Louisiana Legislature, where as State Senator he worked closely with the Jindal administration to create landmark school choice legislation for underprivileged students in Louisiana. Originally elected as a Democrat, Guillory made national news by switching to the Republican Party in June of 2013. In a video statement titled "Why I Became a Republican", Guillory famously articulated why he had chose to "escape the Government Plantation and the Party of Disappointment" and join the party of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. In 2014, Elbert Guillory would play a critical role in the defeat of Senator Mary Landrieu in his home state. Guillory filmed a speech standing in the poorest neighborhood street in Opelousas - "Academy Street" - demanding that Senator Landrieu explain why, after 18 years in the Senate, nothing had changed. The message resonated. Guillory went on to replicate similar messages in North Carolina against Sen. Kay Hagan, as well as Sen. Mark Pryor in Arkansas and finally played an instrumental role in the defeat of Michelle Nunn in Georgia. Join national political commentator and host of The Chauncey Show Chauncey I Brown III for an exciting show with long time Louisiana State legislator and attorney Mr. Elbert Guillory. Tune-In Tuesday March 3rd @ 6:00 PM EST. Click on link to listen live @ https://www.blogtalkradio.com/thechaunceyshow/2021/03/04/the-chauncey-show-episode-61-meet-elbert-guillory-former-louisiana-state-senate 

 

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