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  Landrieu, Mitchell J. "Mitch"
NameMitchell J. "Mitch" Landrieu
Address1100 Poydras Street Box 20
New Orleans, Louisiana 70613, United States
Website [Link]
Born August 16, 1960 (60 years)
Last ModifedRBH
Apr 15, 2017 12:32am
Tags French - Married - Catholic - Straight -
InfoFor the past 16 years Mitch Landrieu has served in the Louisiana Legislature. He is recognized throughout the state as a reform leader who has championed fiscal reforms and fought tough battles. In 1994 Gambit Weekly wrote the following about Mitch Landrieu:

?Mitch Landrieu is committed to genuine reform. His legislative record attests to that fact overwhelmingly. Landrieu has been at the forefront of every major reform battle of the past 15 sessions. He took the lead in organizing the ?New Young Turks? last year, and his efforts resulted in significant budget cuts. He also pushed for lobbyist disclosure, fiscal and ethics reform, campaign finance reform, health care, education and environmental reform, and streamlining of local political offices?Mitch Landrieu?s career is a study in the fight for reform?.

Mitch Landrieu has served in the Legislature under 3 Governors ? both Democrat and Republican. Landrieu is respected by leaders in both parties as a bridge builder and a legislative work horse. Mitch Landrieu has the ability to build coalitions and get results to help Louisiana compete and succeed in a global economy.

16 legislative sessions, working with 3 different Governors with very different styles

Bringing the Hornets to New Orleans

A fiscal reform leader in Baton Rouge

Biotech and Health Care research opportunities across the state

Chairman, Louisiana Juvenile Justice Commission
Mitch Landrieu has the unique ability to bring a national and world approach to the way the Lieutenant Governor operates.

Work with Congressional Delegation to identify funding and market the state

Identify new markets for business and tourism travel

Work with Commissioner of Agriculture and Louisiana Businesses to market Louisiana products in Louisiana and throughout the world
Mitch Landrieu runs his own legal business and is the president of International Mediation & Arbitration, Ltd. Landrieu is a member of the Supreme Court Task Force on Alternative Dispute Resolution which was responsible for developing the pilot mediation program in Orleans Parish. Landrieu is trained in mediation/negotiation by the Harvard Law School Negotiation Project, the American Arbitration Association, and the Attorney Mediator?s Institute. Landrieu also teaches alternative dispute resolution as an adjunct professor at Loyola University Law School.

Landrieu attended Catholic University of America and got his law degree at Loyola University Law School in New Orleans.

Landrieu is married to former Cheryl P. Quirk. Cheryl is also an attorney. Mitch and Cheryl have five children: Grace, Emily, Matthew, Benjamin and William.

Mitch Landrieu has been recognized by Louisiana Business and Political organizations throughout Louisiana.

Chamber of Commerce Business Champion Award (2001, 2002)
Legislator of the Year Award ? Alliance for Good Government (2002)
Legislative Leadership Award ? Orleans Parish Medical Society (2002)
Outstanding Legislator Award ? Victims & Citizens Against Crime (2002)
Friends of the Parishes Award ? Louisiana Police Jury Association (1998)

DateFirmFavorableUnfavorableDon't Know
09/25/2014-09/28/2014 Public Policy Polling 46.00% ( 2.0) 31.00% ( 7.0) 23.00% ( 9.0)
08/16/2013-08/19/2013 Public Policy Polling 44.00% ( 0.0) 24.00% ( 0.0) 32.00% ( 0.0)
08/14/2013-08/15/2013 Harper Polling 42.00% ( 0.0) 28.00% ( 0.0) 30.00% ( 0.0)

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Dec 06, 2011 12:00pm News New Orleans Mayor Landrieu is a juror in a murder trial  Article Brandonius Maximus 
Aug 01, 2011 09:00am General Mayor Mitch Landrieu endorses Democratic approach to reducing federal deficit  Article Brandonius Maximus 
May 14, 2009 06:00pm Commentary Mitch Landrieu goes out on a limb  Article Brandonius Maximus 
Mar 01, 2007 08:00pm News Landrieu: Hurricanes were a clarion call for the rest of the U.S.  Article The Sunset Provision 
Nov 30, 2005 01:00am Perspective [Mitch] Landrieu Sets Own Course . . . Where To?  Article Brandonius Maximus 

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Father Maurice E. "Moon" Landrieu 1930-
Sister Mary Landrieu 1955-

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