BLAKE MIGUEZ

PROVEN CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP

Deeply rooted & lifelong resident of Senate District 22, l’m committed to fighting for our families’ values and protecting our freedoms. I would be honored to be your next State Senator. All ordinary people want is for good government to work on their behalf. Join me as we shape a brighter future for Louisiana. I’II always be accessible, and more importantly, I’II never forget who I am, where I came from, or who sent me.

– Blake Miguez

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1 day ago
Blake Miguez

During National Police Week, the Senate passed HB 173 with a strong vote of 27-12. This crucial legislation makes it a crime to approach within 25 feet of a peace officer lawfully performing their duties after being ordered to stop or retreat. We must do everything we can to protect those who protect us. Our officers put their lives on the line every single day to keep our communities safe. They run towards danger while others flee. Passing HB 173 sends a clear message: In Louisiana, we back the blue. We won't tolerate any attempts to harass, intimidate or interfere with officers as they work to uphold law and order. This bill is about standing shoulder to shoulder with our police and giving them the tools and support to do their jobs safely and effectiv#NationalPoliceWeeke#backthebluee#hb173HB173 ... See MoreSee Less

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God Bless Blake Miguez God Bless Louisiana God Bless America

Blake, I commend your honoring our police. My question is this, the leader of the GOP has stated publicly, that the people who, on January 6th attacked Capitol police and ransacked our Capitol are patriots. Now, either you agree with your leader, or you object to such statements. Sadly. becoming a politician for some folks makes them cowards, when they choose political expediency over country. .

Idk, man. I see this law being abused by the police. The police are obviously important, and I’m a “back the blue” guy all day. However, it’s also important to police the police. Citizens provide valuable insight through both video and first hand accounts. It’s objectively true that not every person in uniform deserves to be in that uniform. Take that absolute dip shit that arrested Scottie Scheffler for example. I see bad cops weaponizing this law to infringe on the rights of our citizens.

Thank you.

2 days ago
Blake Miguez

This National Police Week, I join countless Americans in honoring the brave men and women in blue who put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe. We remember the fallen heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and express our deepest gratitude to those who continue to serve with honor and courage. #NationalPoliceWeek #ThankYouBlue #louisianahonors #lawenforcement ... See MoreSee Less

This National Police Week, I join countless Americans in honoring the brave men and women in blue who put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe. We remember the fallen heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and express our deepest gratitude to those who continue to serve with honor and courage. #NationalPoliceWeek #ThankYouBlue #LouisianaHonors #LawEnforcement

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We always need to honor our Men and Women in uniform not just on National Police Week.

Back the police 100%, give them support and honor, it takes courage and dedication to protect and sacrifice to do there jobs👮‍♀️

Blake, always like to hear of your respect for law enforcement officers. One problem, you belong to a political party, the GOP, whose leader, Donald Trump, has proclaimed that those people who attacked Capitol police and ransacked our Capitol on January 6th, were Patriots. There seems to be a disconnect between your sentiments and your Political party, in supporting law enforcement. Could you reconcile what appears to be blatant hypocrisy?

Meanwhile, Mike Johnson was in New York attacking the Judge in Trump's trial. LET'S BE CLEAR. When you are attacking the Judge you are attacking the rule of law, this leads to anarchy and facism.

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💙💙💙💙💙♥️

Love the Blue

Thank you for your service!!🇺🇸🇺🇸

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4 days ago
Blake Miguez

Governor Jeff Landry has signed Senate Bill 194 into law today, a critical step forward in safeguarding our Second Amendment rights here in Louisiana. This legislation not only expands the protections against overreach by political subdivisions but also empowers individuals and organizations to seek relief when their rights are infringed upon. More importantly, SB 194 ensures that law-abiding citizens should never be turned into criminals for the sole fact of exercising their constitutional rights of defending themselves and their loved ones in different parts of our great state. This law is about more than just firearms; it's about preserving the consistency of laws that affect all Louisianans. As we look forward to the law taking effect on August 1, 2024, let's remain committed to upholding the rights afforded to us under the Constitution. Thank you for standing with us in defense of ou#SB194t#secondamendmentd#louisianaprouds#shallnotbeinfringedeInfringed

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Governor Jeff Landry has signed Senate Bill 194 into law today, a critical step forward in safeguarding our Second Amendment rights here in Louisiana. This legislation not only expands the protections against overreach by political subdivisions but also empowers individuals and organizations to seek relief when their rights are infringed upon. More importantly, SB 194 ensures that law-abiding citizens should never be turned into criminals for the sole fact of exercising their constitutional rights of defending themselves and their loved ones in different parts of our great state. This law is about more than just firearms; its about preserving the consistency of laws that affect all Louisianans. As we look forward to the law taking effect on August 1, 2024, lets remain committed to upholding the rights afforded to us under the Constitution. Thank you for standing with us in defense of our rights. #SB194 #SecondAmendment #LouisianaProud #ShallNotBeInfringed

https://www.nraila.org/articles/20240515/louisiana-enhanced-firearm-preemption-legislation-signed-by-governor-jeff-landry

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We love to see our state moving in the right direction , it makes us hopeful for the future of Louisiana 👍

Great job Blake!!!!!!!!!! Keep them going!!!!!!!

Amazing step forward for our state!! ♥️

Awesome job!

super job Blake! 👍

Great job Blake! Thank you!

Liberty lives here. Thank you!!

I see my buddy Dan Zelenka with you. Getting it done. Great job, Blake. 👍

We are seeing the increasingly bizarre and extremism that Blake and Jeff embody. The political struggle of our time is no longer left versus right, Democrat versus Republican. It is democracy versus authoritarianism.

Blake more on doings in the sausage factory. How is it that in a state which claims to be pro-life and pro-family the Legislature advance bill after bill that harms families and children? House bills 156, 119 and 529 will do just that, deprive child workers of a lunch break, slash the amount of time a worker can collect unemployment and change workers’ compensation wages are unthinkable. While businesses continue to benefit from the “reforms” proposed by the governor and rubber-stamped by Republican lawmakers, these “reforms” will mean nothing if young people, families and workers continue to leave the state in large numbers. I hope our pro-life and pro-family legislators will think twice before passing these bills when they are up for a full vote.

Thank you 🙏🏻

Thank you!

This is what we elected Jeff Landry for! School choice next!

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