Patrick (Patrick) McMath (R-SS11)
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Capitol: 225.342.2040
FAX: 225.342.1140
District: 985.900.6278
Senator
Room B-254 State Capitol 900 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70804

District Office:
404 East Gibson Street
Covington, LA 70433
Elected: 2019    Next Election: 2023
Spouse: Jayne   
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSenate Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works
MemberSenate Select Committee on State Police Oversight
MemberSenate Committee on Judiciary B
MemberSenate Committee on Health and Welfare
MemberSenate Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs
Ex-OfficioSenate Committee on Natural Resources
MemberJoint Legislative Committee on Capital Outlay
MemberJoint Medicaid Oversight Committee
Counties Representing
St. Tammany Parish / Tangipahoa Parish

Bio

Patrick McMath Standard Bio A fresh face in the Louisiana Senate, Senator Patrick McMath is already making an impact across the state and in the communities of Senate District 11. Currently serving as the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Transportation, Highway, and Public Works, McMath is leading the charge in addressing infrastructure needs throughout Louisiana.

From fixing highways, roads, and bridges to improving ports, levee districts, and water conservation districts, McMath is dedicated to ensuring that the state's transportation systems are repaired and revitalized for communities across the state.

In addition to his role as Chairman, McMath also serves on the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee, the Health and Welfare Committee, the Judiciary B Committee, and the Water Sector Commission. With a focus on crucial areas such as infrastructure improvements, tax reform, public safety, and championing continued state investment in community service organizations, Senator McMath is committed to making a positive impact in District 11 through his work in the Louisiana Senate.

McMath is not only dedicated to his work in the Senate, but also to serving his community. He volunteers on the boards of several organizations, including the West Saint Tammany Chamber of Commerce, the Boys and Girls Club of Covington, and the Kelly Gibson Foundation, and is committed to leaving a stronger Louisiana for future generations.

A graduate of Louisiana State University, McMath earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Before entering politics, he served as an assistant district attorney in Louisiana's 22nd Judicial District Court.

Outside of his political and professional pursuits, McMath finds his greatest joy in his family life. He is proud to call himself a husband to his wife Jayne and a father to his four children, Mary Michael, Margaux, George, and Mae