Vote CINDY WINCH on Saturday, October 12th to be your District 74 Representative in Baton Rouge


PO Box 3300 Covington, LA 70434

©2019 Paid for and Authorized by the Cindy for LA Workers Campaign

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To Serve the Voters of LA House District 74, Not Big Donors!

Cindy Renee Winch is running to give a voice and vote for working and middle class priorities that have been neglected by Baton Rouge politicians.

After years of working in oil field operations and insurance claims assessment, Cindy understands the daily struggles of working families and will work to address their priorities.

Please explore the site to learn more about Cindy's positions on the issues and ways you can support the campaign.


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Special Thanks to One Vote At A Time for creating this video... in honor of my family, friends and supporters!


Representation for the Underrepresented

Everyone deserves a fair chance to succeed. Quality public education and access to healthcare can help families succeed in work and life. Quality jobs with a living wage and a long term future build opportunities. Government revenue must be cost-effectively raised and spent to support stable economic growth. Cindy Winch understands and will represent the priorities of working families in Baton Rouge.

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Since Cindy’s mother was a public-school teacher, she understands firsthand the impact of underpaid educators. She knows that investing in Louisiana's families means investing in Louisiana's teachers. So she will support additional wage increases for public educators, so that Louisiana can recruit and retain our state’s top talent.

Jobs & Living Wages

Cindy will work toward creation of jobs and job-related training in sustainable industries compatible with Louisiana's emerging green economy. Cindy believes that every hardworking Louisianan should be given a fair shot and will fight for Living Wages that benefits the working & middle class. 


Louisiana sales taxes are the highest in the country because large corporations are not paying a fair share of property taxes.  Sales taxes burden working families while corporations avoid taxes via the Industrial Tax Exemption Program (ITEP) which routinely approves large exemptions for corporations that are located in Louisiana.  Tax reform should give local communities a large voice in ITEP and reduce sales taxes.




Election Day!

Saturday October 12th,  7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Don't forget to bring your picture ID to the polls!

Election Night Watch Party!

Saturday October 12th,  7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Food and drink will be provided at Cindy Winch's residence in Abita Springs. Please call or email for address.