Stewart (Stewart) Cathey, Jr. (R-SS33)
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Capitol: 225.342.2040
FAX: 225.342.1140
District: 318.582.5524
Room B-254 State Capitol 900 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70804

District Office:
209 North Park Drive
Monroe, LA 71203
Elected: 2019    Next Election: 2023
DOB: 4/19/1981
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSenate Committee on Agriculture, Forestry, Aquaculture, and Rural Development
MemberSenate Select Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs
MemberSenate Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations
MemberSenate Select Committee on Homeland Security
MemberJoint Legislative Committee on Technology and Cybersecurity
MemberSenate Committee on Commerce, Consumer Protection and International Affairs
Ex-OfficioSenate Committee on Environmental Quality
Counties Representing
Claiborne Parish / Lincoln Parish / Morehouse Parish / Ouachita Parish / Union Parish / West Carroll Parish


Stewart is a lifelong resident of Ouachita Parish. He is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe and is a Managing Partner of the Cathey Group. In addition to serving as managing partner, he also manages the Cathey Group's commercial and agricultural real estate holdings. Stewart is a member of and attends church services at First West. Stewart is actively involved in several area non-profits. He has served on the boards of the YMCA, Warrior Foundation, and Monroe Kiwanis and is very active in other organizations at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Stewart, a Major in the US Army Reserve, is a decorated combat veteran of the Global War on Terror who volunteered for multiple tours to Afghanistan (2009 & 2016). During his combat deployments to Afghanistan, Stewart put his expertise in program and project management to use by managing over $250 million in key Infrastructure Development projects while also mentoring Afghan Military Leaders. In addition to deployments to Afghanistan, Stewart has also served following Hurricanes Katrina and Maria.

Stewart has dedicated his life to service and representing Louisiana's 33rd District is his next step in continuing that service. "After being encouraged by numerous friends, neighbors, and business colleagues to run for this seat, I am officially kicking off my campaign today. I love Louisiana, which is why I have chosen to make it my home" Stewart said. Stewart also stated, "Over the past several years, Louisiana has faced a number of challenges. It will take new ideas, a fresh vision, and youthful energy to overcome the challenges of the past and forge together onward to a safe and prosperous future! I hope that you will join me and let's send the next generation of leaders to Baton Rouge!"