Lynelle Johnson is a candidate for Justice of the Peace-3rd Justice Court. A longtime business owner in Ascension, a Republican for as long as she’s been eligible to vote, Lynelle’s conservative values reflect those widely held by the people living in the district.
“I will continue to put those values into practice every day, especially if I am blessed with the opportunity to serve the people of Ascension Parish on the 3rd Justice Court,” she said. “These can be turbulent times, but we are blessed to live in a special place where friends and neighbors look out for each other without the need for big government intrusion.”
Currently a member of Ascension Republican Parish Executive Committee (ARPEC), Lynelle Johnson fights the conservative fight to protect all “those rights guaranteed every citizen by the United States Constitution.” She is a fierce advocate for 2nd Amendment rights, a pro-Life conservative Republican whose actions have always spoken louder than mere words.
“The foundation of our republic is the principle of one man, one vote and it is vital that every citizen have equal access to the ballot box,” Johnson said. “November 13’s vote is an important one to ensure that every citizen in the district is treated fairly and with compassion in this trying time.”
A longtime community volunteer, Lynelle Johnson’s Ascension roots run deep. Her professional experience and field of knowledge are well-suited to the cases and controversies handled by any Justice of the Peace.
“I’m trained in the civil law and I understand the procedural requirements to run the Justice Court, keeping in mind that it is a court of law where every individual’s rights must be respected,” Johnson said. “What might seem like small potatoes to a powerhouse attorney is vitally important to every person appearing before a Justice of the Peace. I understand that concept and will always treat every citizen with respect and courtesy.”
Evictions, contractual disputes with jurisdiction up to $5,000…
“There are no small claims in a small claims court, not to the people involved,” Lynelle Johnson assured. “I am the best candidate to represent the citizens of the 3rd Justice Court and humbly ask for your vote.”
Polls open at 7 a.m. on Saturday, November 13, and close at 8 p.m.