Sixty-three elected officials representing Acadiana say "I'm With Mary" and are endorsing her for re-election to the U.S. Senate.

“I am grateful and humbled by the broad and deep support our campaign has received from more than 500 elected officials throughout Louisiana, especially from leaders in Acadiana,” said U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu. “Whether Republicans, Democrats, or Independents, I have worked with these local leaders and used Louisiana’s seniority in the Senate to green-light a larger VA clinic and open up 8.3 million acres in the Gulf for drilling, creating more high-paying energy jobs.”

Landrieu says she's delivered for Acadiana "time and time again." She cites her role in teaming up with U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany in bringing the new VA clinic to Lafayette, as well as the work she says she does in the energy sector, pertaining to the permitting process and drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

“Few have done more for Lafayette's people," says State Rep. Vincent J. Pierre. "Senator Landrieu has created high-paying jobs, supported our universities, and grown small businesses right here in Acadiana. We can't afford to lose Mary, and I'm proud to support her.”

“Lafayette has no greater friend and champion than Mary Landrieu," proclaims Lafayette City-Parish Council Member Kenneth P. Boudreaux. "Whenever we need her, she is there and never gives up for the people of my district, the city, the Parish of Lafayette, or our state. She was with us and our firefighters in securing our SAFER grant, she was with us during our housing crisis. Mary also stood with us and the postal workers to maintain jobs and services, and has always been with us, that is why I am with Mary, and back her for another term in the U.S. Senate.”

“I strongly support Senator Landrieu because she has consistently worked across the aisle to make sure veterans like me are taken care of," states State Representative Jack Montoucet. "And as a former firefighter, I appreciate that she has always made sure that first responders have the resources they need to do their jobs.”

Below is a list of Acadiana elected officials who say "I'm With Mary:"

Name Office Office Description Parish
Roger Boudreaux Mayor Town of Church Point Acadia
Vernon Martin Alderman Ward 3, Division A, City of Crowley Acadia
James Petitjean Assessor Acadia Parish Acadia
Israel Syria Member of School Board District 1 Acadia
Eric LaFleur State Senator 28th Senatorial District Acadia, Allen, Avoyelles, Evangeline, St. Landry
Allen Ivory Chief of Police Town of Basile Acadia, Evangeline
Marquita Henry Alderman Town of Duson Acadia, Lafayette
Jack Montoucet State Representative 42nd Representative District Acadia, Lafayette
Taranza Arvie Alderman District 7, City of Ville Platte Evangeline
Ricky Fontenot Mayor Town of Mamou Evangeline
Freddie Jack Alderman District D, City of Ville Platte Evangeline
Jerry Joseph Alderman District B, City of Ville Platte Evangeline
Donald Sam Alderman District E, City of Ville Platte Evangeline
Jennifer Vidrine Mayor City of Ville Platte Evangeline
Arthur Alexander Member of School Board District 12 Iberia
Aquicline Arnold Councilman District 12 Iberia
Zaphany Banks Alderman Ward 1, City of Jeanerette Iberia
April Foulcard Mayor City of Jeanerette Iberia
Peggy Gerac Council Member District 2, City of New Iberia Iberia
Raymond Lewis Council Member District 5, City of New Iberia Iberia
Terry Landry State Representative 96th Representative District Iberia, Lafayette, St. Martin
Antoine Babineaux Council Members City of Carencro Lafayette
Kenneth Boudreaux Member City-Parish Council, District 4 Lafayette
Tehmi Chassion Member of School Board District 4 Lafayette
Shelton Cobb Member of School Board District 3 Lafayette
Michael Neustrom Sheriff Lafayette Parish Lafayette
Vincent Pierre State Representative 44th Representative District Lafayette
Brandon Shelvin Member City-Parish Council, District 3 Lafayette
Julius Alsandor Alderman District A, City of Opelousas St. Landry
Jacqueline Angelle-Martin Alderman District E, City of Opelousas St. Landry
Dalton Belson Alderman District 2, Town of Sunset St. Landry
Joseph Charles Alderman at Large City of Opelousas St. Landry
Donald Cravins Mayor City of Opelousas St. Landry
W.K. Fontenot Parish President St. Landry Parish St. Landry
Perry Gallow Chief of Police City of Opelousas St. Landry
Alexcie Guillory Chief of Police Town of Sunset St. Landry
Willie Haynes Mayor Town of Melville St. Landry
Shaterral Johnson Alderman Town of Grand Coteau St. Landry
Ledricka Johnson Thierry State Representative 40th Representative District St. Landry
Wilbert Ledet Council Member District 4, Town of Washington St. Landry
John McKeel Chief of Police Town of Melville St. Landry
Polly Pickney Alderman Town of Port Barre St. Landry
Joseph Pitre Mayor Town of Washington St. Landry
Charles Ross Member of School Board District 2 St. Landry
Gil Savoy Mayor Town of Port Barre St. Landry
Carroll Snyder Mayor Town of Krotz Springs St. Landry
Reginald Tatum Alderman District D, City of Opelousas St. Landry
Sherbin Collette Mayor Town of Henderson St. Martin
Jackdale Delhomme Mayor City of Breaux Bridge St. Martin
Craig Gregory Council Member District 7 St. Martin
Gillray Patin Councilman Town of Henderson St. Martin
Eva Potier Alderman Village of Parks St. Martin
Richard Potier Member of School Board District 7 St. Martin
Eugene Foulcard Council Member District C, City of Franklin St. Mary
Albert Foulcard Council Member at Large District 9 St. Mary
Rodney Grogan Mayor City of Patterson St. Mary
Patrick Lasalle Chief of Police City of Patterson St. Mary
Lester Levine Council Member at Large City of Franklin St. Mary
Lionel Metz Council Member District 1 St. Mary
Charles Middleton Council Member District 2 St. Mary
Paul Naquin Parish President St. Mary Parish St. Mary
Edward Patrick Constable Ward 7 St. Mary
Ronald Darby Police Juror District 4 Vermilion