Stagni Receives LABI’s SOUTHPAC Endorsement

Baton Rouge, La.– Today, SOUTHPAC, a Political Action Committee (PAC) of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI) announced the endorsement of Joe Stagni (R-Kenner).

Steve Stumpf, SOUTHPAC Chairman, said, “Joe Stagni represents the core principles of free enterprise. He understands the need for job growth policies to create economic development in Louisiana. Stagni is a solid conservative with a proven track record of success throughout his service as a district Councilperson in Kenner.”

SOUTHPAC members interviewed Joe Stagni for the race being held on March 25, 2017. After careful consideration, the board decided to endorse Stagni as a recruited candidate in his bid for House District 92. House District 92 is being vacated by Tom Wilmott who was recently elected as a district Councilperson in Kenner. The district covers both Jefferson and St. Charles Parish.

As a district Councilperson in Kenner, Stagni earned a reputation as one of the hardest working officials on the Kenner council. He served two full terms between 2006 and 2014. His tenure ended because he was termed limited after two terms.Stagni graduated from the Nicholls State University and Texas Chiropractic College. He has served the Kenner community as a chiropractor for numerous years. He has been married to Denise Conavasprie Stagni for 22 years and they have two boys.

When notified of the endorsement Stagni stated, “I am honored and thankful for the endorsement of SOUTHPAC. I am committed to the principles of fiscal responsibility, accountability and transparency. I am also committed to working for a fair and competitive tax structure which will promote job growth and economic development in our state.”SOUTHPAC Executive Director Brian Landry, stated, “We encourage the citizens of House District 92 to rally around Joe Stagni and support his election bid. This special election is critical and we must continue to support leaders who have a track record of working hard like Joe Stagni.”