"I will still be your local guy you can count on. Campaigning is about promises, but governing is about achieving!"
In 2016 Ouachita Parish faced unprecedented flooding and as President of Ouachita Parish Police Jury, Scotty Robinson declared a State of Emergency for the parish.
“When the floodwaters came, I don’t remember it stopping at Republican or Democrat houses. The floods devastated the entire area” -Scotty Robinson
With the help of the National Guard and everyday citizens, Ouachita Parish and the surrounding communities came together to protect the livelihood of our people.
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Experience and Service
Scotty developed a passion for history and politics from a young age as he watched his dad serve on the Ouachita Parish School Board for over 20 years. In 2011, Scotty was elected to the Ouachita Parish Police Jury at the age of 25 becoming the youngest juror in Louisiana history.
At age 29, he began serving as the President of Ouachita Parish, a parish consisting of 156,000 people and over 800 miles of roads. He has been re-elected twice without opposition and is currently serving his third term.
Scotty has also taken an active role serving on the executive board of the Police Jury Association of Louisiana, an organization that seeks improve parish government. He will serve as the President of the Association for 2020 (LPGOV.ORG).