BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (WAFB) – Hiller Moore, District Attorney for the Diocese of East Baton Rouge, is considering running for Governor or Attorney General of Louisiana.
Democrat Moore took office in 2009. His current term will end on January 10, 2027.
“I think I have the best job in the world as the district attorney for Baton Rouge, especially in the state. I’ve been asked to consider a position, especially a gubernatorial position, and I’m happy to talk to them and talk to them about it.Seriously or not, politics is a full contact sport right now. And I think it’s going to be very messy, especially a statewide election for governor, which is a shame. i think i lost it people want to punch you and fight you and knock you out of the ring and the overwhelming majority of our country and states are centered and they kick everyone out of the ring for a knockout punch Rather than knocking out, I can agree with most things with a few exceptions and not getting people’s jobs… the end. I really like it,” said DA Hiller Moore.
Moore told WAFB he did not know when a decision could be made.
“I really don’t have a plan. But the question is what is right for me, my family, my office and the people of Baton Rouge right now,” Moore said.
So far, Attorney General Jeff Landry, Treasury Secretary John Schroeder, State Senator Sharon Hewitt, State Senator Richard Nelson, and Zan Jong are the only Republican candidates to race. am. Lake, who is running as an independent, he with Charles businessman Hunter Randy.
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