Parks wins Bossier Parish Police Jury Dist. 5 seat

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Bossier Clerk of Court Jill Sessions (right) gives Julianna Parks the oath of office as interim Bossier Parish Police Juror for District 5 in June 2021. Joining Parks are her husband, Bossier City Judge Santi Parks and sons their sons, Brady and Asher.

BOSSIER PARISH, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Julianna Parks has won the Bossier Police Juror District 5 race, defeating fellow Republican Mindy Wardlaw with 61 percent of the vote to Wardlaw’s 39 percent.

Parks has been serving as interim since June, following the resignation of 10-year jury member Jack “Bump” Skaggs.

Parks is an attorney and founding partner and current managing partner of the law firm Langley & Parks. She is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Bossier Parish Republican Party, and president of the board of directors for The Gingerbread House, the Bossier/Caddo Children’s Advocacy Center for abused and neglected children.

She is married to Bossier City City Court Judge Santi Parks and the couple has two sons, Brady and Asher.

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