Louisiana lawmaker Mack “Bodi” White is currently serving as the State Senator District 6.  Bodi is an effective legislator who has led efforts to lower taxes, create jobs, invest in infrastructure, strengthen laws against criminals, and improve education during his tenure in the Louisiana House of Representatives.  He is now putting his experience to work for us in the Louisiana Senate.

“I will continue to work hard to get the job done for the people I represent,” White said.  “I look forward to putting my experience in state government to work in the State Senate, and contining to accomplish positive, forward-moving changes for my district and for the state as a whole.”

  • Championed fiscal conservative policies while serving in the State Legislature by never voting for a tax increase.  In fact, over the last 6 years, the State Legislature has reduced over $1 billion in taxes, including a reduction in the Stelly Tax.
  • Secured $400 million worth of funding for infrastructure projects in the Baton Rouge Metro Area, including the widening of I-12 and I-10 and repairing local bridges
  • Fought to strengthen criminal statutes to protect young people and the elderly from being victimized, as well as toughened penalties for stalking and DWI offenses
  • Led the effort to pass legislation and a statewide constitutional amendment to give local communities authority to separate from a low-performing school system and become an independent school district that is more reflective of their local goals and objectives
  • Serves on the House Appropriations, Criminal Justice and Judiciary Committees, and chairman of Homeland Security Committee.  Also is a member of Juvenile Justice Commission and the Louisiana Emergency Response Network.


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