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Renee Hoffpauir-Klann is a lifelong resident of Louisiana running as a staunch conservative Republican for Louisiana State Senate in District 30. She was raised in Reeves, Louisiana and graduated from Reeves High School in 1974, an important merit to her father who received only a ninth-grade education, having to quit school at a young age to work on the family farm. Renee’s father never gave up on education and later obtained his GED, always inspiring his children to seek a better way of life through dedication and hard work.

While attending Reeves High School, Renee excelled in basketball, participating in the first Women’s Louisiana East/West All Star High School tournament her senior year and later received the first women’s athletic scholarship to LSU. After two years at Louisiana State University, Renee transferred to Mississippi College to pursue her degree in education; it was there that she met her husband, David Klann. After graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Education in 1979, Renee and her husband returned to Louisiana where she began teaching, and David attended law school.

Mrs. Klann spent the next 20 years teaching in Calcasieu, Allen, East Baton Rouge and finally retiring from the Vernon Parish School Board in 2004. After retirement, Renee continued to work with her husband to establish his law practice in Leesville, Louisiana.

Renee is a member of East Leesville Baptist Church.

Renee’s experiences as a Louisiana educator, paired with her knowledge of the struggles facing small business today, give her a unique perspective and understanding of how to tackle the problems facing many Louisianans. Her focus in office will be to bring results that match the potential Louisiana holds and fight for accountability from our state government. With the income-generating potential of Louisiana, our state truly should be able to operate under a balanced budget without increasing taxes. Additionally, Renee’s focus will be on improving education, fighting to give educators the tools they need to teach, reducing class sizes, and working for higher wages that our teachers desperately deserve.

Proverbs 31:8 “Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless.”

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