MEET BEVERLY JOHNSON

A VOICE FOR CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITIES

     My name is Beverly Johnson and I am pleased to announce my plans to become a candidate for The Louisiana Legislature representing District #77.  I am a resident of Covington, La. for over 25 years, married to Carl Johnson, 3 children and 5 grandchildren.

     I attended Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana and Graduated from Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana with a degree in Business Administration.  I was selected to The National Society of Leadership and Success Organization.

     I am a member of The Bethel Reform Methodist Church in Covington, La. and Vice President of the Missionary Society. 

     I am a former business owner of First Choice sitter Service, and currently employed with The St. Tammany Parish School Board.

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State Representative District #77
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Beverly Johnson Candidate for State Representative 
21130 Gardenia St.
Covington, La.  70435
  • As a former businesswoman in the healthcare industry, I understand the importance of having access to quality affordable healthcare in this district, and to provide more pathways to affordability.
  • As a current employee in the school system, I see the need and the importance of more investment in our public schools to provide quality public education, improved facilities, and making sure that every school in this district is receiving the funding they deserve to attract the best teachers.
  • Minimum wage in this state has not changed in on over a decade, and it is time for wages to increase along with the high cost of living.  The people of the 77th district deserve fair wages to support their families with 1 job instead of 2 or 3.
  • I support women's priorities for equal rights, equal pay for equal work.
  • I support stricter gun laws including comprehensive background checks and banning high powered assault weapons.  It is unacceptable when our children don't feel safe at school, or going to the movies or shopping at Walmart.  It is time for change.