NEW ORLEANS — The Greater New Orleans Republicans Political Action Committee (GNOR PAC) endorses Seth Bloom for New Orleans City Council District B.

“I am proud to receive the endorsement of The Greater New Orleans Republicans Political Action Committee and so many other organizations from across the political spectrum. It’s going to take all of us working together to find solutions to the major problems facing our city,” said Seth Bloom, candidate for New Orleans City Council District B.

Seth Bloom, 39, is an experienced criminal lawyer who practices in New Orleans.  He served on the Orleans Parish School Board representing District 5 for two terms, two years of which he served as School Board President. There he played a major role in revitalizing Orleans Parish schools and helped to bring stability, accountability and much-needed infrastructure improvements to our school system.

“Every resource we have must be used to solve our crime problem, upgrade our infrastructure, educate our children, and maintain a viable economy with good jobs. I am committed to working on these issues every day and implementing innovative and effective solutions,” said Seth Bloom.

As an active civic leader, Bloom has volunteered with the Pro Bono Project and chaired the organization’s 2016 fundraiser. He was also a member of Governor John Bel Edwards’ K-12 Education Transition Team, the NOCCA Board and is currently leading an effort to support Travis Hill School, which serves and educates incarcerated youth. Seth Bloom has received endorsements by groups and organizations from across the political spectrum.

In addition to the Greater New Orleans Republicans Political Action Committee (GNOR PAC), Seth has been endorsed by the following organizations: Forum for Equality, Victory Fund, The Crescent City Democratic Association (CCDA), The Independent Women’s Organization New Orleans (IWO), The Regular Democratic Organization (RDO) and the Orleans Parish Republican Executive Committee (OPREC).

The Citywide elections are set for Saturday, Oct. 14, with a runoff on Saturday, Nov. 18. District B stretches from Canal Street along the Mississippi River to Jefferson Avenue and includes Central City, the Garden District, the Lower Garden District, Broadmoor, and parts of Uptown, Mid-City and the Central Business District.

For more information on Seth Bloom visit: www.electbloom.com.

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