Caddo District Attorney James Stewart received three endorsements supporting his re-election bid to serve a second term as Caddo Parish District Attorney. The critical endorsements are from Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator, Louisiana State Senator Barrow Peacock, and The Central Trades and Labor Council (CTLC) of Shreveport and Vicinity, AFL-CIO.
In making his endorsement, Sheriff Prator said, “I have known James Stewart for many years and consider him an honorable and compassionate man. In all of his years as a judge and district attorney, James Stewart has lived up to his oath in an exemplary manner.”
Senator Peacock said, “I am voting for and endorsing James Stewart. DA Stewart has done a good job and used his expansive knowledge as a judge to be fair and evenhanded to the citizens of Caddo Parish as he upholds the laws of the State of Louisiana.”
The Central Trades and Labor Council includes all of the affiliated unions in Caddo, as well as the Committee on Political Education (COPE). The organizations’ letter of endorsement was jointly signed by CTLC President Clifton Starks, COPE Director Charles Fredieu, and COPE Assistant Director Lee Allfred.
DA James Stewart is #88 on the November 3 ballot. For additional information on the campaign, please visit www.reelectstewartforda.com.