Billy Chandler

Billy Chandler

Billy Ray Chandler (born October 17, 1937), is a retired businessman from Dry Prong in Grant Parish, who is a Republican former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Prior to redistricting, Chandler's District 22 encompassed seventy-two precincts from Grant, La Salle, and parts of Winn and northern Rapides parishes in the north central portion of the state. Chandler initially won his seat as a Democrat in a special election for state representative held on April 29, 2006.

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... Shortly before the beginning of the 2011 special legislative session, Chandler switched to Republican affiliation, a move presumably motivated by the ... In the general election held on November 19, 2011, new Republican Billy Chandler was unseated by Terry Brown, an Independent ... Brown prevailed over Chandler with 6,015 votes (52.4 percent) to 5,465 (47.6 percent) ...

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