Sherman Q. Mack

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Sherman Quinn Mack
Louisiana State Representative from District 95 (Livingston Parish)
Assumed office
January 9, 2012
Preceded by Walker Hines
Personal details
Born March 1972
Political party Republican
Residence Albany, Livingston Parish
Alma mater

Southeastern Louisiana University

Southern University Law Center
Occupation Lawyer

Sherman Quinn Mack (born March 1972) is a lawyer from Albany outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who is a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from District 95 in Livingston Parish.

In 1990, Mack graduated from Holden High School in Holden in Livingston Parish. In 1995, he completed his undergraduate education at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. In 1999, he graduated from the historically black Southern University Law School in Baton Rouge.[1]

Mack was elected on October 22, 2011, to succeed Walker Hines, who held the seat for one term when it was based, prior to redistricting, in Orleans Parish. In the nonpartisan blanket primary, Mack received 6,526 votes (61.2 percent), compared to 3,449 (32.4 percent) for the Democrat Lonnie Watts and 682 ballots (6.4 percent) for the Independent Matthew Mitchell.[2]

Mack serves on these legislative committees: (1) Administration of Criminal Justice, (2) Judiciary, and (3) Transportation, Highways, and Public Works.[1] On April 5, 2012, Mack voted against successful bills to authorize charter schools and to establish a school voucher program pushed to passage by Governor Bobby Jindal. He also opposed the plan to amend teacher tenure policy.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Rep. Sherman Q. Mack". Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Primary election returns, October 22, 2011". Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Representative Sherman Q. Mack". Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
Louisiana House of Representatives
Preceded by
Walker Hines (redistricted)
Louisiana State Representative from District 95 (Livingston Parish)

Sherman Q. Mack
2012 –

Succeeded by