MEET LOUISA SHELL JACKSON

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Louisa Shell Jackson

Democratic Candidate for

Georgia State House 100th District

Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m Louisa Shell Jackson, the Democrat running to hold onto State House Democratic Rep. Dewey McClain's former seat in the newly redrawn District 100 this November 8th.

 

It's my goal to bring people together to solve tough problems rather than divide Georgians based on party affiliation or bizarre conspiracy theories online. I’m ready to bring Democrats, Independents, and fair-minded Republicans together because I know that as Georgians, we’re all better off when we work together to solve difficult issues in a constructive manner. 

 

As I meet Georgians across the 100th District, people of all political stripes are telling me that they are truly scared of Republican extremism, particularly women, parents of teenage girls, and the parents, friends and allies of our LGTBQ+ community. The national trends of Republican extremism mirror the trends of Republican extremism across Georgia and people are rightfully scared and motivated to vote out Republicans at every level of office. 

 

I'm ready to serve you in Georgia's House of Representatives to protect everyone's rights and represent the people of Georgia's 100th District with integrity, decency, and compassion. Thank you for joining me in this fight and thank you for your vote.   

DEVOTED MOM & DAUGHTER

My deep love for my children, my family, is a large part of what propelled me to run for elected office to serve the people of Georgia. I simply could not sit by on the sidelines and watch Republican extremism strip my children, my daughters, of their rights and their freedoms.

 

I believe that compassion for others, kindness, helping people have a fair shot in life are the cornerstones of being an American and a Georgian. Our state needs to move forward with inclusivity, not regress backwards into bigotry.

 

I am ready to represent people of District 100 with integrity, decency, compassion, and professionalism. I would be honored to have your vote this Nov 8th.  

 

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LOUISA'S BACKSTORY

Louisa Shell Jackson was born in 1972 in New York, New York. Her mother is Filipina, born and raised in the Philippines and her African American father is a US Army veteran born and raised in South Carolina. Louisa was raised in the Philippines where she embraced her multi-cultural background learning three different dialects including Tagalog as well as becoming moderately fluent in Spanish. She attended High School at College of The Holy Spirit in Tarlac, Philippines until she was 15 and moved back to New York.

Louisa graduated from The College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, New York earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business with a concentration in Marketing. She then graduated from New York University in NYC earning an Advanced Professional Degree in Human Resources. Over the course of her career, Louisa has held a variety of positions in Human Resources, Business and Management consulting, coaching, and mentoring.  

She is currently a Human Resources Manager, Benefits at a metro-Atlanta corporation. She has earned multiple accreditations including SPHR - Senior Professional in Human Resources; GPHR - Global Professional in Human Resources; and SHRM-SCP - Society for Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional.

In 2004, Louisa moved from New York City to Georgia and currently resides Suwanee since 2012. She has three beautiful children; Kiara, a college student at Brenau; Sam, a 6th grader at Riverwatch Middle School; and Kate, a first grader at Settles Bridge Elementary. Her family also includes their two beloved golden-doodle dogs, Bella and Bentley.

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Sam
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It's always a proud day for me as a Mom to share campaign events with my oldest daughter. She is blossoming into a knowledgeable and well-informed young woman. Her support of my campaign means the world.