Sept. 30 – Oct. 7
United by Values
Louisiana Senate District 38 is one of the Strongest Faith Districts in America. We are United by Our Values: Faith, Family and Freedom. This is a People’s Campaign. We already know what happens when the PACs, Special Interests and Lobbyists Take Over: They Win – and We Lose.
This is Our Time to Lead.
No Learning Curve, No New Kid on the Block – but an Opportunity to Return to the Senate, and Continue Taking on PACs, Special Interests and Lobbyists. The Opportunity to Continue the Fight for Working Families, the Fight for Our Freedom – and the Fight for Our Future!
Action – Not Rhetoric
Standing Up for the Unborn
Standing with Donald Trump
100% Pro Life, Pro Family, Voting Record
John Received a 100% Rating on his Voting Record from the Pro Life, Pro Family, Louisiana Family Forum – every year he was in the Senate: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Named the State’s Most Fiscally Conservative Senator
John was the only State Senator in the 2016 2020 Term to propose hundreds of Millions of Dollars of Spending Cuts from the Floor of the Senate; the only Senator to Vote Against Every Sales Tax Increase in 2018; and Voted Against Excessive State Budget 6 Times -more than any other Senator. In 2019, he was named Louisiana’s Most Fiscally Conservative State Senator.
Confronting Crime - Head On
John Milkovich was the only State Senator in the 2016-2020 Term to Introduce a Bill to Increase Jail Sentences for Violent Crimes. John consistently voted that if teenage gang members are big enough to do the Crime – They’re big enough to do the Time. He led the Fight to Defeat Furloughs for First Degree Murderers, on the grounds that they were “Primary Care Takers.” He Voted Against Early Release for Murderers, and Against Early Release for Teenagers who commit Murder.
REAL Insurance Reform
John fought against counterfeit Insurance reforms in 2019, as a Member of the Senate Judiciary A Committee. At the time, John warned against “reforms” pushed by the Insurance Industry, Insurance Lawyers and Insurance Lobbyists that cut our rights – but didn’t cut their rates. He took heat for standing up to the Insurance Industry – but later events proved him right: Insurance rates shot up 19% in the two years between 2020 and 2022.
REAL cuts in Insurance Rates will require REAL reforms:
- Its time to tie Insurance Premiums to Driving Behavior.
- Its time to bring back the Insurance Rating Commission, so that Insurance Rates are decided by a group of Individuals – and not a single Commissioner.
- The Commissioner needs to make the real numbers public, so we know whether Insurers are barely getting by – or making hundreds of millions of dollars of profit in Louisiana.
Protecting Our 2nd Amendment Rights
Fighting Common Core, Demanding School Safety, Standing Up for OUR Values in Education
Fighting for Seniors, Crime Victims, Professionals & Physicians – and the Family Farm
John Got It Done!
You can see John’s intentions and values through the bills that he’s written and introduced.
Addressed Violent Crime & Repeat Offenders Head-on
Keeping Government Out of Our Pockets
Fighting for Small Business
Join the Fight
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Recognition for a Valiant Fight
The work of John has been honored, recognized or endorsed by, among others, the Rev. Denny Duron; the NRA; the Phyllis Schlafly Eagles; Woody Jenkins; Rev. Tony Perkins; the Family Research Council; Louisiana Family Forum; Concerned Women for America; The New American, the Official Publication of the John Birch Society; the Constitutional Alliance; Dr. John George, CEO of BRF (formerly Biomedical Research Foundation); the Rev. Randy Harper; Rev. Henry Martin; Rev. Cornell Hamilton; Bishop Larry L. Brandon; Bishop Rickey Jones Moore, Sr.; Bishop J. Anthony Grant; Bishop Jerry L. Maiden, Jr., Trammell, Rev. Terrance Fitzgerald Trammell; Bishop Dennis R. Everett, Sr.; Rev. Linus Mayes; Rev. Barry Kimble; Rev. Calvin Kimble; Rev. Ron A. Hampton; Albert Hardison, former Principal of Walnut Hill School; the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons; and the Supported Living Network (Advocates for Seniors living in their own homes).