Senator Jeremy Stine Formally Sworn in as State Senator of Louisiana’s 27th State Senate District
Baton Rouge, LA — Today, Senator Jeremy Stine (R-Lake Charles, LA) was formally sworn in as State Senator of Louisiana’s 27th State Senate District in English and French, paying homage to his French ancestors and heritage as well as French immersion programs throughout the state.
Senator Stine is a product of the first French immersion program in Calcasieu Parish. The Louisiana Legislature first created the Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL) in 1968 to promote the French language in Louisiana through French immersion programs.
“Today, I took the first steps in carrying out my promise of fighting for our values of faith, family, and community and remaining steadfast in my commitment to be your humble servant,” said Senator Jeremy Stine.
Canon Jean Marie Moreau, born in Tours, France, a priest from St. Francis de Sales Oratory in Sulphur, LA, which is part of the order of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, swore in Senator Stine.
“The Institute’s stated goal is to give glory and honor to God. I was honored to have my priest from Sulphur swear me in,” said Senator Stine.