Holliday Seeks PSC Seat Held By Jimmy Field

Holliday Seeks PSC Seat Held By Jimmy Field

BATON ROUGE — Sarah Holliday, Republican, Baton Rouge, defines herself as a Christian, a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister and small business owner. A native of East Feliciana Parish, she serves as Louisiana Federation of Republican Women Vice President for Region 6.  She is the lead charter member and president of Capital City Republican Women, and a Commissioner for the Planning & Zoning Commission.

Ms. Holliday said, “I am running for Public Service Commissioner because I want to ensure a regulatory balance that enables utilities to provide customers with safe, adequate and reliable service, at rates that are just and  reasonable.”

“I will advocate for greater transparency and public accountability as well as stabilizing low cost energy; protecting the interest of all Louisiana rate payers; and reducing high energy bills for families and businesses; efficient energy solutions; and expand job opportunities. I will also advocate for more efficient services in the rural parishes and encourage the development of technology”.

She said she wants to add some honesty and integrity to the political process, which is being undermined by politicians and their donors.

Holliday said she will work around the clock to lower rates.   “The impact of high energy bills on Louisiana’s families and businesses will be the critical issue in this race,” she said. “The budget of every household and the bottom line of every business are directly impacted by each decision, good or bad, made by the PSC. Protecting Louisiana’s taxpayers must remain my forethought.”

She said she is proud of her educational accomplishments.  She graduated from LSU in 1984 with a B.S. in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology.  In 1987, she received a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education from Southern.

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