Help support John Belton, for Attorney General,
a prosecutor with a proven record of fighting crime.

The June 23, 2022 event hosted by the Baton Rouge District Attorney for East Baton Rouge Parish and the District Attorneys from the surrounding 12 parishes (see invitation below) is an impressive show of support for DA John Belton for Attorney General. District Attorneys, Sheriffs and Police Chiefs across our state are supporting John because he has worked with them as a prosecutor, fighting crime and protecting our families and freedoms. Today in our state, we need crime fighter John Belton for Attorney General.

Help us with a headcount by texting or calling (318) 331-9510 to let us know how many in your party will be coming to the Thursday event for John at Lexie and Mike Polito's home.

Most people don’t know that John Belton who was born in South Louisiana and raised in Evangeline Parish. John met his wife Alana while they were in law school and they were married in Baton Rouge in 1991.

They moved to North Louisiana that same year to start their life together to raise their family, serve as prosecutors and develop their businesses.

John began his career as a prosecutor, working with law enforcement as an Assistant District Attorney in the Third Judicial District, which includes Lincoln and Union parishes.

John was elected District Attorney in 2014 and was re-elected in 2020 without opposition. He is the past president of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association and is Vice President of the National District Attorneys Association.

John and Alana own the Belton Companies, which have a portfolio of eight restaurants plus residential and commercial real estate and timber land holdings.

John has served as a member of the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and the University Medical Center Management Corporation, which serves as a key partner of LSU Health Science Center New Orleans, Tulane University School of Medicine and other academic institutions.

Belton presently serves on the Board of Directors of Louisiana Bank, the Lincoln Health System Foundation, the Eddie G. Robinson Museum, Life Choices North Central Louisiana, and Teach One to Lead One.

If you cannot come to this event, you can help John by CLICKING HERE or mailing to John Belton Campaign, P.O. Box 14262, Monroe, Louisiana 71207.