Mary DuBuisson

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Regina Mary Martiny DuBuisson​


Louisiana State Representative for
District 90 (St. Tammany Parish)
Incumbent
Assumed office 
December 2018​
Preceded by Greg Cromer

Born August 18, 1954
Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana

Long-term resident of Slidell in St. Tammany Parish

Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Norman Eric DuBuisson (married 1975)
Alma mater Louisiana State University
Occupation Former business owner

Legislative aide

Regina Mary Martiny DuBuisson, known as Mary DuBuisson[1] (born August 18, 1954), is a former business owner and civic volunteer from Slidell in suburban New Orleans, Louisiana, who has been since December 2018 a Republican state representative for District 90 in St. Tammany Parish.

DuBuisson was first elected in a runoff contest held on December 8, 2018, to succeed Greg Cromer, who became the mayor of Slidell. DuBuisson is Cromer's former legislative aide. She won a full term in the position in the nonpartisan blanket primary held on October 12, 2019. In both elections, less than a year apart, she defeated the more conservative candidate, John Raymond (born c. 1962), the pastor of a non-denominational church and the general manager of a Christian radio station, said that DuBuisson may not be conservative enough for the district.[2]

Raymond cited DuBuisson's support in 2019 for failed amendments to the fetal heartbeat bill to provide exceptions for rape and incest. DuBuisson said she is nevertheless solidly anti-abortion and noted that her conservative record was good enough for the endorsement of the Louisiana Republican Party.[2] DuBuisson said that she will devote her legislation priorities to education, public safety, and flood control.[3]

In the 2019 election, DuBuisson polled 6,552 votes (60 percent) to Raymond's 3,247 (30 percent). The remaining 10 percent went to a Libertarian candidate.[4] In the 2018 contest, she defeated Raymond, 61 to 39 percent in a two-candidate runoff election.[5]

In her campaign biographical sketch, DuBuisson indicates that she is a wife, mother, and grandmother but provides no names.[3]

References

  1. Eric and Mary DuBuisson. Slidell Magazine (November 2017). Retrieved on November 30, 2019.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Mary DuBuisson wins Slidell-area 90th House District post. The New Orleans Times-Picayune (October 12, 2019). Retrieved on November 30, 2019.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Mary DuBuisson biography. marydubuisson.com. Retrieved on November 30, 2019.
  4. Louisiana Secretary of State, Election Returns, October 12, 2019.
  5. Louisiana Secretary of State, Election Returns, December 8, 2018.

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