Webb Announces for Lincoln Tax Assessor

Becky Webb is a candidate for Tax Assessor of Lincoln Parish. See here her announcement.

My name is Becky Webb and I am running for Lincoln Parish Assessor. If elected October 22, I promise to always strive to be fair, equal, and treat everyone with respect. I am committed to following all laws and guidelines set forth by the State of Louisiana. Furthermore, I will readily make the laws and guidelines available to everyone and guarantee the public will receive reliable and friendly customer service when contacting the Assessor’s office. It is my desire and hope that each of you will feel comfortable and welcome in your transactions with the Assessor’s office. In campaigning for Assessor, I’ve heard many excellent suggestions; I encourage and appreciate those and any others, and will take all into consideration if given the opportunity to serve as Assessor of Lincoln Parish. It is my understanding that one of the requirements of the position is to complete Assessor’s Professional Certification classes; as I am no stranger to the classroom, I truly look forward to further educating myself about the position I believe I am qualified to hold. I look forward to meeting all my neighbors in all of Lincoln Parish while campaigning and later as Assessor, if elected.

I was raised near the community of Douglas in Lincoln Parish. I attended Choudrant Elementary School and graduated from Ruston High School. I joined the US Navy shortly after high school and was stationed at Pearl Harbor Submarine Base, Hawaii as a Radioman (telecommunications) until 1992 when I was Honorably Discharged. I held a Top Secret SCI clearance. I married a Naval Officer and lived in Honolulu, Hawaii; San Diego, California; Yokosuka, Japan; Bellevue, Nebraska; Blacksburg, Virginia; and Franklin, Virginia before returning to Lincoln Parish in 1999. I have two children, Ali and Seth Davenport. Ali is a junior at Louisiana Tech University and Seth is a senior at Ruston High School. I attended San Diego Community College, University of Maryland-Asian Division in Yokosuka, Japan; University of Nebraska at Omaha; and Louisiana Tech University where I graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with a minor in Geography (with GIS). I presently attend Louisiana Tech University, taking Business prerequisite classes preparing to apply for a Master of Business Administration Degree and recently completed a certificate/concentration program in Information Assurance (computer security). In addition to my university education, I completed a three month US Navy Radioman “A” school in San Diego, California and a three-month P.O.S.T. (police academy) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In addition to my US Navy experience, I worked various jobs while attending university, with the Army Corps of Engineers in Norfolk, Virginia, and for the State of Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Division of Probation and Parole for over seven years, mostly in Lincoln Parish. I currently work at Automation and Electronics USA as an IT & Business Systems Specialist. Please feel free to visit my website http://www.beckywebb.org for more information.

Any area candidates who wish to make announcements for office are welcome to send their press releases to us and we will publish them as soon as we can. Campaign literature (push cards, fliers, etc) can also be scanned and linked.

Send to: wabbott@suddenlinkmail.com

One Response to “Webb Announces for Lincoln Tax Assessor”

  1. Becky Webb Says:

    Walter, thanks again for posting my announcement. Check out my website, I think you’ll find it interesting. http://www.beckywebb.org

    Warm regards,
    Becky Webb

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