Some people see the revolution but most only see the girl I can lose my hard earned freedom if my fear defines my world I declare my independence from the critics and their stones I can find my revolution I can learn to stand alone…
Deanna Candler is a second year law student at LSU's Paul M. Hebert Law Center, and a graduate of the Speech Communications department at LSU-Shreveport.
Deanna has been active in politics since before she could vote, and in 2008 she was elected as the youngest delegate to represent Louisiana voters at the Republican National Convention. Since then she has gone on to be involved in many campaigns at all levels of government, and has even run for office herself.
A national championship debater, Deanna enjoys researching political and religious issues and putting together informative arguments about them.
Deanna enjoys speaking about issues which she is passionate about, especially the pro-life movement.