Kea Sherman Receives the Endorsement of the Alliance for Good Government
New Orleans, LA – Kea Sherman has added another big endorsement to her growing list of support during the runoff.
After hearing from both candidates on Tuesday night, the membership of The Alliance for Good Government endorsed Sherman for State Representative for District 98.
“I am so honored to have the endorsement of the Alliance For Good Government.
The organization is one of the most recognized and trusted voices in the political life of Greater New Orleans, and for good reason. It has a reputation for cutting through the rhetoric to examine candidate qualifications and make endorsements based on who will best serve the people of our community.”
Sherman has also received the endorsements of the Honorable Mary Landrieu, Senator Troy Carter, State Representative Royce Duplessis, State Representative Randal Gaines, State Representative Gary Carter and Councilmembers Jason Williams and Jared Brossett.
Sherman is the founder of the Sherman Law Firm, a boutique firm that advocates for individuals and small businesses in civil matters. Additionally, Kea acts as general counsel to a number of companies located in the New Orleans area.
Sherman is a Co-founder of Emerge Louisiana, which recruits and trains Democratic women to run for office. Additionally, she Co-founded Les Femmes Political Action Committee to provide women candidates with funding and support.
She has also served on a fundraising committee for Educare New Orleans, and the Board of Directors for Kingsley House, Dress for Success New Orleans, New Freret Business Association and Traveler’s Aid Society of Greater New Orleans.
In 2017, Governor John Bel Edwards appointed Kea to serve as a Commissioner on the Louisiana Environmental Education Commission.