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'''Stuart Alan Moss, Jr.''' (born July 29, 1963), is the incoming District 33 state representative for Calcasieu Parish in the southwestern portion of [[Louisiana]]. On November 6, 2018, he won a special election to succeed [[Democratic Party|Democrat]] [[Mike Danahay]], who resigned from the state House to become the [[mayor]] of Sulphur, Louisiana.
 
'''Stuart Alan Moss, Jr.''' (born July 29, 1963), is the incoming District 33 state representative for Calcasieu Parish in the southwestern portion of [[Louisiana]]. On November 6, 2018, he won a special election to succeed [[Democratic Party|Democrat]] [[Mike Danahay]], who resigned from the state House to become the [[mayor]] of Sulphur, Louisiana.

Revision as of 12:40, 10 November 2018

Stuart Alan Moss, Jr.

Louisiana State Representative for District 33 (Calcasieu Parish)
Incumbent
Assumed office 
November 2018
Preceded by Mike Danahay

Born July 29, 1963
Place of birth missing

Resident of Sulphur, Louisiana

Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Virginia Lancaster Moss
Children Stuart Alan Moss, III
Alma mater West Virginia University

North Georgia College and State University
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Virginia State University

Stuart Alan Moss, Jr. (born July 29, 1963), is the incoming District 33 state representative for Calcasieu Parish in the southwestern portion of Louisiana. On November 6, 2018, he won a special election to succeed Democrat Mike Danahay, who resigned from the state House to become the mayor of Sulphur, Louisiana.

A Republican and former city council member in Sulphur, Moss defeated two Democrats, businessman Leslie Allen "Les" Farnum (born July 31, 1957), a member of the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, and Teri Ann Estes Johnson (born July 10, 1959), the president of the Calcasieu Federation of Teachers.[1] Moss polled 6,795 votes (54 percent); Farnum, 4,883 (39 percent), and Johnson, 912 (7 percent).[2]

References

  1. Theresa Schmidt (October 22, 2018). Three running for State Rep. 33 in west Calcasieu. KPLC-TV. Retrieved on October 26, 2018.
  2. Election Returns. Louisiana Secretary of State (November 6, 2018). Retrieved on November 10, 2018.