Candidate Bio

The Green Party's sole candidate in Louisiana this election cycle, Eliot S. Barron is making good on a promise to the citizens and voters of the state and nation: to be an alternative perspective on the ballot. Barron, whose civic duties have included a tour in the regular army, the census operation in 2010, and numerous volunteer positions for the International Red Cross, is intent on gaining ground where few might expect: the "safely" Republican House of Representatives.

Steeped in both American and World History, a student of current affairs, and a strong voice for justice, freedom, peace, and the environment, Barron is a thoughtful and candid person, whose approach to politics is quite timely.

A veteran of a campaign for a special election, the candidate this year has distinguished himself in print, on television and radio, and has even recorded a podcast series in an effort to let people know that the time has come to make a clear stand.

Encouraging the politically liberal to be recognized and counted, while welcoming searchers for new voices or otherwise making the Green Party a home for both the hopeful and disenchanted, Eliot aims to get many of the 20% undecided's votes.

A former medic with a U.S. Army Ranger Battalion, Barron remembers well his regimental slogan "Rangers lead the way!"

"All the way!"

Mr. Barron is passionate about the great state of Louisiana and is an avid outdoorsman, spending as much time outside as possible. With your support, he'll put people before politics and represent Louisiana earnestly and honestly in congress.

Eliot S. Barron, Candidate for the 5th Louisiana district of the United States House of Representatives, is a political outsider running with a fresh alternative to the Democratic and Republican status quo, the Green Party.

After graduating from Lewis and Clark College in Oregon, having studied in Munich, Germany his junior year abroad, Mr. Barron enlisted and was stationed in Missouri, Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Washington and points in between; living and working also in Alaska and Wisconsin. This broad exposure to other states in the union and time in the workforce has opened all horizons.

Let's Go!


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  • commented 2014-11-01 18:29:41 -0500
    Mr. Barron,

    My mother’s name was Volcie Barron. Know little about you, but as a candidate for the Green Party in Louisiana you must have courage. Generally, I find Louisiana politics dispiriting and the candidates ludicrous. You have my vote, sir. I would love to send you some of the most pointed emails I have sent to our current representatives in both houses of Congress.

    Harton Firmin
  • commented 2014-10-25 22:04:50 -0500
    Eliot, I enjoyed watching the televised debate and hearing you voice your perspectives on social and political matters integral to our common life and our wellness as a nation. Your forthright, honest candor was refreshing and set you apart from the others.

    Congratulations in this vocational pursuit and in the channeled focus and release of this passion.

    Onward!

    As ever,
    Rob Goldsmith
  • commented 2014-10-09 08:54:04 -0500
    Great Green Party work Eliot Barron! Thank you for being Green Party candidate!
  • commented 2014-10-07 21:56:56 -0500
    Thank you for bringing a fresh new, intelligent, thoughtful perspective to North Louisiana in Bastrop tonight. You were a calm voice of truth and reason. DON"T GIVE UP! Just know there ARE folks out here behind what you stand for- even in this sea of red.
  • commented 2014-09-23 05:44:29 -0500
    Thank you for running as Green Party candidate!
  • commented 2014-09-11 15:06:12 -0500
    Mr. Barron, I appreciated hearing you speak at the 5th District Congressional Candidate Forum in West Monroe. I am eager to hear you speak again in our area.
  • commented 2014-08-25 17:55:19 -0500
    Glad that you’re running again Eliot! It’s wonderful to know we will get to hear alternative ideas from alternative candidates as opposed to just more of the same from the two major parties!
  • commented 2014-03-23 14:28:06 -0500
    There is always a way

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  • commented 2014-03-23 14:26:23 -0500
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    brass
  • commented 2014-03-23 14:25:34 -0500
  • commented 2013-11-24 09:01:21 -0600
    TY :)