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Secretaries of State of Louisiana: James H. "Jim" Brown, Jay Dardenne, Al Ater, Wade O. Martin, Jr., W. Fox Mckeithen, Paul Hardy
by:General Books LLC
Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: James H. "Jim" Brown, Jay Dardenne, Al Ater, Wade O. Martin, Jr., W. Fox Mckeithen, Paul Hardy, Francis J. Herron, Pierre Derbigny, Charles Gayarré, Secretary of State...
Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: James H. "Jim" Brown, Jay Dardenne, Al Ater, Wade O. Martin, Jr., W. Fox Mckeithen, Paul Hardy, Francis J. Herron, Pierre Derbigny, Charles Gayarré, Secretary of State of Louisiana, George A. Waggaman, Henry Adams Bullard, Etienne Mazureau, Robert C. Nicholas. Excerpt: Alan Ray Ater Alan Ray Ater (born 1953), known as Al Ater , is a farmer and businessman from Ferriday , Louisiana , who served from 1984-1992 as a Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from District 21 in the eastern portion of his state. Public office First elected at the age of twenty-nine in the 1983 nonpartisan blanket primary , Ater filled the House seat vacated by William B. Atkins, a Democrat from Jonesville in Catahoula Parish , who in the same election unseated then Democratic State Senator Dan Richey of Ferriday, who years later switched to Republican affiliation. Ater was unopposed for a second term in 1987 but did not run in the primary held in October 1991. He was succeeded by fellow Democrat Bryant Hammett , an engineer , also from Ferriday in Concordia Parish . In 2001, Ater became the first assistant in the office of his friend since their legislative days, Louisiana Secretary of State Fox McKeithen , a Republican. There, Ater was influential in the merging of the former elections department into the secretary of state s office. Ironically, the elections department had existed within the secretary of state s office prior to 1957, when then Governor Earl Kemp Long made elections a separate department headed by the "custodian of voting machines", later renamed the "elections commissioner". Long appointed Drayton Boucher of Springhill to the post, and after a year, Boucher resigned and was replaced by Douglas Fowler of Coushatta in Red River Parish , who was elected to the post ...
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