Schroder Leads All Republicans in New Poll

Schroder Leads All Republicans in New Poll

A new poll released today by Remington Research Group shows John Schroder leading all Republican candidates by a wide margin. This is the second consecutive poll with Schroder in the lead amongst Republicans. Schroder continues to lead all candidates with cash on hand.

Poll Results:
(R) John Schroder: 18%

(R) Neil Riser: 11%

(R) Angele Davis: 10%

(D) Derrick Edwards: 29%

Undecided: 34%
View the poll here.

View pollster memo here.

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92 Elected Officials Endorse Schroder For Treasurer

92 Elected Officials Endorse Schroder For Treasurer

BATON ROUGE, LA– Today, 92 elected officials from across Louisiana announced their endorsement of John Schroder for Louisiana State Treasurer.

The endorsements come from elected officials in 24 parishes across the state. They include mayors, legislators, parish presidents, and city council members, among others.

“I’m excited to have the endorsement of so many public servants from every corner of this state,”¬†said Schroder. “Our momentum continues to grow every day as more people get behind our conservative message of being a watchdog for the Louisiana taxpayers.”

Schroder leads all Republican …

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Interview: Glen Heckard Talk KLMB 540 AM

http://johnschroder.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Glen-Heckard-Interview.mp3

 

Listen as John discusses the state budget issues and his race for state treasurer.

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Advocate: Schroder reveals key players on campaign team for state treasurer’s race

From The Advocate

The battle to become Louisiana’s next state treasurer is starting to take shape, as veteran political operatives begin to line up on teams.
State Rep. John Schroder, a Covington Republican who is the first elected official to throw his hat into the treasurer’s race, on Monday revealed key players on his campaign. He’s assembled a team with representatives from a broad spectrum of previous Republican campaigns, with links to U.S. Sens. Bill Cassidy and John N. Kennedy, former Gov. Bobby Jindal and former U.S. …

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