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'''Tanner Daniel Magee''' (born July 1980) is a criminal defense [[lawyer]] from Houma in south [[Louisiana]], who is a [[Republican Party|Republican]] member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. On January 11, 2016, he succeeded fellow Republican Lenar Whitney, whom he unseated in the runoff election held on November 21, 2015.
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Magee is a graduate of [[Louisiana State University]] and the LSU Law School, both in the capital city of in [[Baton Rouge]]. He practices with the Houma firm of Taylor Wellons Politz & Duhe.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.intelius.com/results.php?ReportType=1&formname=name&qf=Tanner&qmi=&qn=Magee&qcs=Houma%2C+LA&focusfirst=1|title=Tanner Magee|publisher=intelius.com|accessdate=November 27, 2015}}</ref>
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'''Tanner Daniel Magee''' (born July 30, 1980)<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.mylife.com/tanner-magee/e497114183022|title=Tanner Magee|publisher=Mylife.com|accessdate=September 13, 2017}}</ref> is a criminal defense [[lawyer]] in his native Houma in Terrebonne Parish in south [[Louisiana]], who is a [[Republican Party|Republican]] member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. On January 11, 2016, he succeeded fellow Republican [[Lenar Whitney]], whom he unseated in the runoff election held on November 21, 2015.
  
In the primary election on October 24, 2015, Magee led Whitney by nine votes, 3,073 (34.35 percent) to her 3,064 (34.25 percent). The [[Democratic Party|Democratic]] candidate, Brenda Leroux Babin, polled the remaining bur crucial 2,809 ballots (31.4 percent).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://staticresults.sos.la.gov/10242015/10242015_Legislative.html|title=Results for Election Date: 10/24/2015|publisher=Louisiana Secretary of State|accessdate=October 25, 2015}}</ref>
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Magee is a graduate of [[Louisiana State University]], from which he obtained a bachelor's degree in psychology and a Master of Public Administration, and the LSU Law School, both in the capital city of [[Baton Rouge]]. He practices with the Houma firm of Taylor Wellons Politz & Duhe.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.intelius.com/results.php?ReportType=1&formname=name&qf=Tanner&qmi=&qn=Magee&qcs=Houma%2C+LA&focusfirst=1|title=Tanner Magee|publisher=intelius.com|accessdate=November 27, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://house.louisiana.gov/H_Reps/members.aspx?ID=53|title=Louisiana House Member Tanner Magee|publisher=house.louisiana.gov|accessdate=September 13, 2017}}</ref>
In the second round of balloting in conjunction with the victory of the Democrat [[John Bel Edwards]] as [[governor]], Magee handily unseated Whitney, 4,978 votes (60.8 percent) to 3,206 votes (39.2 percent).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://staticresults.sos.la.gov/11212015/11212015_Legislative.html|title=Results for Election Date: 11/21/2015|publisher=Louisiana Secretary of State|accessdate=November 27, 2015}}</ref>
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Whitney was seeking her second term in the state House. She had been among the defeated candidates in the 2014 race for Louisiana's 6th congressional district seat, which was won by another Republican, [[Garret Graves]], who succeeded [[Bill Cassidy]] upon Cassidy's election to the [[U.S. Senate]] in the race against Democratic incumbent [[Mary Landrieu]].
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In the primary election on October 24, 2015, Magee led Whitney by nine votes, 3,073 (34.35 percent) to her 3,064 (34.25 percent). The [[Democratic Party|Democratic]] candidate, Brenda Leroux Babin, polled the remaining bur crucial 2,809 ballots (31.4 percent).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://staticresults.sos.la.gov/10242015/10242015_Legislative.html|title=Results for Election Date: 10/24/2015|publisher=Louisiana Secretary of State|accessdate=October 25, 2015}}</ref>
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In the second round of balloting in conjunction with the victory of the Democrat [[John Bel Edwards]] as [[governor]], Magee handily unseated Whitney, 4,978 votes (60.8 percent) to 3,206 votes (39.2 percent).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://staticresults.sos.la.gov/11212015/11212015_Legislative.html|title=Results for Election Date: 11/21/2015|publisher=Louisiana Secretary of State|accessdate=November 27, 2015}}</ref> Whitney was seeking her second term in the state House. She had been among the defeated candidates in the 2014 race for Louisiana's 6th congressional district seat, which was won by another Republican, [[Garret Graves]], who succeeded [[Bill Cassidy]] upon Cassidy's election to the [[United States Senate]] in the race against Democratic incumbent [[Mary Landrieu]].
  
 
Magee and his wife are the parents of triplet daughters.
 
Magee and his wife are the parents of triplet daughters.
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Tanner Daniel Magee
Political party Republican

Born July 30, 1980
Houma, Terrebonne Parish
Louisiana

Tanner Daniel Magee (born July 30, 1980)[1] is a criminal defense lawyer in his native Houma in Terrebonne Parish in south Louisiana, who is a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. On January 11, 2016, he succeeded fellow Republican Lenar Whitney, whom he unseated in the runoff election held on November 21, 2015.

Magee is a graduate of Louisiana State University, from which he obtained a bachelor's degree in psychology and a Master of Public Administration, and the LSU Law School, both in the capital city of Baton Rouge. He practices with the Houma firm of Taylor Wellons Politz & Duhe.[2][3]

In the primary election on October 24, 2015, Magee led Whitney by nine votes, 3,073 (34.35 percent) to her 3,064 (34.25 percent). The Democratic candidate, Brenda Leroux Babin, polled the remaining bur crucial 2,809 ballots (31.4 percent).[4]

In the second round of balloting in conjunction with the victory of the Democrat John Bel Edwards as governor, Magee handily unseated Whitney, 4,978 votes (60.8 percent) to 3,206 votes (39.2 percent).[5] Whitney was seeking her second term in the state House. She had been among the defeated candidates in the 2014 race for Louisiana's 6th congressional district seat, which was won by another Republican, Garret Graves, who succeeded Bill Cassidy upon Cassidy's election to the United States Senate in the race against Democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu.

Magee and his wife are the parents of triplet daughters.

References

  1. Tanner Magee. Mylife.com. Retrieved on September 13, 2017.
  2. Tanner Magee. intelius.com. Retrieved on November 27, 2015.
  3. Louisiana House Member Tanner Magee. house.louisiana.gov. Retrieved on September 13, 2017.
  4. Results for Election Date: 10/24/2015. Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved on October 25, 2015.
  5. Results for Election Date: 11/21/2015. Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved on November 27, 2015.