Andrew LeBlanc announces candidacy for First Justice Court Constable

Staff Writer
Donaldsonville Chief

I, Andrew “Banana” LeBlanc, am pleased to announce my candidacy for re-election as Constable for the First Justice Court of Ascension Parish which includes all of the West Bank of Ascension Parish.  I have had the privilege of serving as your constable for the last 35 ½ years, since March 1979.  I thank you for your generous support.  As your Constable, I have attended every annual Attorney General Training Conference and other training programs and received certification certificates every year to make sure I am doing my job correctly and protecting you, the citizens of West Ascension. 

At no time in my 35 ½ years have there been any issues about me doing my job correctly.  I have served as your Constable with the idea that people want to be treated fairly and with dignity.  For those of you who have used the Constable’s office know that I strive to help you in any way I can.

I am 65 years old, graduated from Donaldsonville High School and live in St. Jude Subdivision in Donaldsonville.  I was married to Carol LeBlanc, who recently passed away, and of this marriage we had one son, Drew LeBlanc and wife Donnell, and one daughter, Nicole LeBlanc LeFleur, grandchildren: Amber, Alec, Nicholas & fiancé Alexis, Jake & fiancé Maddy, Evan, Royan Great Grandchildren:  Cody, Cooper, Cohan and Carter.

My parents are Andrew LeBlanc, Jr. and Virgie LeBlanc and they live in my neighborhood.  I truly support family values and make sure that family values are used by me in the execution of my duties as Constable.  I appreciate your vote and support.  I am #90 on the ballot.