Nancy Landry

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Nancy R. Landry
Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives
from the 31st district
Incumbent
Assumed office
2008
Preceded by Donald Trahan
Personal details
Born 1962
Political party Republican
Residence Lafayette, Louisiana
Alma mater Louisiana State University
Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU
Occupation Family Law Counselor
Website Rep. Nancy Landry

Nancy R. Landry (born 1962) is a Lafayette, Louisiana family practice lawyer and a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from District 31 (Lafayette Parish and Vermilion Parish). She won the seat in a special election in 2008 upon the resignation of Republican Donald Trahan. In the 2007 nonpartisan blanket primary, Landry had come within thirty-three votes of defeating Trajan.

Personal[edit]

Nancy Landry was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and she has two children. [1]

Education[edit]

Nancy Landry received her education from the following institutions:

  • JD, Louisiana State University Law School, 1990
  • BA, Psychology, Louisiana State University, 1985[1]

Caucuses/Non-Legislative Committees[edit]

Nancy Landry has been a member of the following committees:

    • Member, Acadiana Delegation
  • Member, Louisiana Innovation Council
  • Member, Louisiana Legislative Women's Caucus
  • Member, Louisiana Republican Legislative Delegation
  • Member, Rural Delegation[1]

Electoral history[edit]

Louisiana State Representative, 31st Representative District, 2007[2]

October 20, 2007

Candidate Affiliation Support Outcome
Nancy Landry Independent 7,332 (49.89%) Defeated
Donald M. "Don" Trahan Republican 7,365 (50.11%) Elected

Special Election, Louisiana State Representative, 31st Representative District, 2008[2]

November 4, 2008

Candidate Affiliation Support Outcome
Nancy Landry Republican 11,528 (66.34%) Elected
Troy Theriot Republican 5,850 (33.66%) Defeated

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Representative Nancy R. Landry's Biography". Project Vote Smart. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Elections Division". Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved 2009-01-08. 

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