REPUBLICAN PARTY OF EAST BATON ROUGE
IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES:
ELECTION DAY: APRIL 29, 2023
EARLY VOTING: APRIL 15–22, 2023 (CLOSED SUNDAYS)
Jordan Faircloth, local attorney, conservative Republican, and former LSU Baseball pitcher, has announced his candidacy in the race for 19th Judicial District Court Judge, Division F. Jordan has actively practiced law in Baton Rouge since 2008. He currently works at Taylor, Wellons, Politz & Duhe, APLC, where he maintains a busy litigation practice, including premises liability claims, insurance and contractual disputes, personal injury defense, collection matters, and construction disputes. Jordan is a graduate of Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Prior to law school, he studied political science as an undergraduate at LSU. During his time at LSU, he was a member of the LSU baseball team, helping the team to an SEC Championship in 2003 and the College World Series in 2003 and 2004.
In his personal time, Jordan is an active volunteer in the community. He has been involved with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge, YMCA, March of Dimes for the Capital Area, and the Miracle League of Baton Rouge. He has also been a volunteer basketball coach at St. George School and Catholic High School. Jordan and his wife Krystal have two young sons they are raising in Baton Rouge. They are parishioners at St. George Catholic Church.