Candidate for Judge
    22nd Judicial District
          Washington Parish
          St.Tammany Parish


The election returns did not come out the way we had hoped. Congratulations to Scott and our best wishes as he goes on to complete the term vacated by Judge Crain.  I am proud of the way we ran our campaign, without negativity or dirty politics.  Words cannot express my gratitude and thanks for hard work, encouraging words and support that so many of you contributed. We are thankful for the many friendships that have been made and strengthened and the opportunity to meet and get to know so many of the fine people of Washington and St. Tammany Parishes.

Thank you!  I hope to speak to each of personally in the upcoming days, after we rest and regroup.        

St. Tammany League of Women Voters Forum 
Thank you for this public service!

If you have not had the opportunity to meet Alan or to hear him speak, please take a few minutes to watch this.  It will give you a good feel for the choice in this election.  Click here to view Alan's responses to the League questions.

The clear choice for our next judge is Alan Zaunbrecher. He is  a conservative, seasoned litigator with a broad range of legal expertise who is independent of political connections.

  • 33 years Complex Litigation Attorney
  • 10 years Professional Mediator 
  • President, Greater Covington Bar Assn. 
  • Chairman, La. Superdome Commission 
  • Special Asst. Attorney General, State of La.
  • Admitted to practice in all  La. State and Federal courts, as well as the US Supreme Court              

Click here to download Alan's Qualifications

Alan received the Pro Bono Publico Award from the
Louisiana State Bar Association for volunteer service in May, 2012. He is shown receiving it from Justice Guidry.